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On September 21 (last Tuesday), the School of Global Studies, Thammasat University, had a pleasure in conducting an online joint-workshop with the School of Commerce, Waseda Univeristy of Japan.
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It was the first ever join-event between Thammasat and Waseda University.
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The theme for this seminar was “Fight against Food Loss: Comparative Study between Thai and Japanese Policies and Strategies of Gov., Business & NGOs.”
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In the seminar, Montida and Xuan Ngan, two graduate students from the School of Global Studies, eagerly shared their research about Food Waste in Thailand alongside Ajarn Istvan Rado (our GSSE Program Director). Students from Waseda University, led by Dr.Kanji Tanimoto, also presented their researches about Food Waste in Japan and what strategies have been adopted to manage it efficiently.
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Around 60 undergraduate students from the two universities participated in this seminar. After the presentations from both Thammasat and Waseda Univeristy, they were assigned into small groups and had engaging activities and discussions related to the theme.
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This activity was also part of the GSSE course GS240 ‘Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship’ facilitated by Ajarn Istvan Rado.
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In summary, it was a great opportunity to interact and exchange brilliant ideas between institutions. And we look forward to more joint events like this which will help all of us move toward a sustainable future!
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Learn more about the MAS program, Thammasat University: https://sgs.tu.ac.th/ma-sgs/
Learn more about School of Commerce, Waseda University: https://www.waseda.jp/fcom/soc/en
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