On August 15, 2016, Assoc. Prof. Suwit Wongboonmak, KPRU President and lecturers from Faculty of Industrial Technology led by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pairot Neamnark, Dean, Asst. Prof. Yothin Pomprakarn, Vice Dean and International Relations and lecturers from Logistics Technology Program welcomed Mr. Rayner W S Tan, a visiting professor from UniKL-MITEC, Malaysia at Office of the President.
With this, Mr. Rayner will teach logistics from August 15-26, 2016 that including one weeks in KPRU main campus and another one week in KPRU-Mae Sot campus. This program will develop a close working relationship between KPRU and UniKL academics. Through the program we hope to set up the international environment on campus as well as strengthen international exchanges and cooperation between the two universities.
In addition, Mr. Rayner visited the Office of Academic Resource Information and Technology, Language and Computer Center, exchange teaching experiences with the Faculty of Industrial Technology's lecturers, staff and students. With this visited, he also joined students class and gave an inspiration to KPRU students for learning and study English. During his program at KPRU, he willing to study Thai Language with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Soontaree Doungtipya at Thai Program, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University paid courtesy call on foreign Ambassadors in Bangkok during November 3-5, 2014.
During November 3-5, 2014, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University administrators and staff including Asst. Prof. Suwit Wongboonmak, President of Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University, Asst. Prof. Dr. Wachira Wichuwarana, Vice-President for Planning and Educational Quality Assurance, Asst. Prof. Prapimporn Kosiyakul, President Assistant and Secretary of ASEAN Studies Center, Asst. Prof. Dr. Nisakorn Prakongchati, Head of International Affairs Office, Mr. Sawat Chantorn, Lecturer, Ms. Tiwaporn Udomwong, Lecturer, Ms. Lo Chen Ying, Lecturer, Mr. Krisana Jantorn, Officer of ASEAN Studies Center, and Ms. Chadaporn Chotiradapa, Staff of International Affairs Office visited the Embassies of Viet Nam, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Lao, and Taiwan.
This embassy visit marks an important milestone in establishing paths of cooperation between the university and academic institutions ASEAN-wide under the consultation and coordination with foreign embassies.