Public Service Activities
Siam University team put a lot of efforts to conceive ideas to create sustainable development activities supported by multi-partnerships and mobilize each project wisely with thorough understanding of the communities need. Mainly to achieve the well-being of the people and of the world.
Networking with private sectors and understanding community needs: Key to the goals.
Siam students cooperate well with private sectors and the community people to improve our district, from one's home to one's community and from one's city to the global effect.
Saving the World
Destined to become a sustainable university
Ranking 5th in Thailand as sustainable university, we continue our efforts to reduce the carbon footprint and encourage no single use of plastic.
From Waste to Space
Civil engineering students led by Deputy Dean of Engineering Faculty, Dr. Tritos Khumsuwan joined forces with a private sector from Insee Brand to help supporting the community of Bangkobua sub-district in Phrapradaeng. Converting a waste space into "Save the world Space" on September 9, 2020 by using Insee product mixed with the local organic waste to create a proper community playground and their get together place. This beautiful community will continue using the formula they learnt from the civil engineering students and adapt it for other sustainable purposes.
Cooperating with SUN Thailand
Tree planting makes the world a better place.
Professor Emeritus Dr. Chanita Rukspollmuang, Siam Deputy President, with the sustainable team joined forces in tree planting at the end of Sustainable University Network Thailand's members meeting at Naresuan University in Pitsanulok. Dr. Suchart Muangkaew, the Naresuan University Honorary Academic Expert also offered a helping hand, August 28, 2020.
Sustainable Cities and Communities
It is important for our students to learn to volunteer in efforts to maintain the living well concept in the Phasicharoen vicinity and back home.
Saving the Environment
Through our efforts in the Northern parts of Thailand, we take part in planting new trees and help clean-up the forests.
Strength in Numbers
Clean Water and Sanitation
Our students regularly assist the local workforce in the surrounding area, cleaning up the foot path, canals, and the streets.