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Master of Arts in Social Innovation and Sustainability (MAS) Info Session
March 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
On March 4 at 6 pm, the School of Global Studies, an international faculty within Thammasat University will organize a special info session to introduce its Master program of Social Innovation and Sustainability, a unique graduate-level program defining sustainability and social innovation from a socio-political perspective. It combines innovation, sustainability analysis, and business management within the context of cross-sector collaboration and inter-regional and international capacity.
The program is committed to the promotion of international collaboration in education and research by creating and sustaining partnerships based on the principles of equity, transparency, inquiry, mutual interest, and respect, all of which are embedded in the master’s program.
https://youtu.be/qPXeqmgffsU (A short introductory video of this program on Youtube)
The event will be led by Daniel McFarlane, the Program Director of the MA in Social Innovation and Sustainability. After completing his Ph.D. at the Australian National University, he joined Thammasat University’s School of Global Studies, where he has taught courses and does research about technology, communication, social change, inequality and innovation. He is passionate about the MA program and students becoming a catalyst for positive change in Thailand and the region.
- Introducing program/curriculum
- Instructor highlights
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