School of Innovation Holds a seminar on “Adaptation and Recovery after A Year of COVID-19: Prospects and Challenges”

     On 18 December 2020, the School of Social Innovation, Nagoya University Alumni Association Thailand Branch and Nagoya University Bangkok Office jointly held the 1st Annual Public Seminar of Nagoya University Alumni Association Thailand Branch: “Adaptation and Recovery after A Year of COVID-19: Prospects and Challenges” at MFU Bangkok Coordinating Office.

     There were a keynote speech and a panel discussion on “adaptation and recovery after a year of COVID-19: prospects and challenges.” The keynote speech was delivered by Professor Dr.Kitti Limskul, former Vice Minister for the Ministry of Education, former Vice Minister for the Ministry of Finance, and former Advisor to the Prime Minister (Dr. Thaksin Shinawatra). Additionally, speakers for a panel discussion were Asst. Prof. Dr.Rugphong Vongsaroj, Vice President for Planning of the National Institute of Development Administration and Ekachai Piensriwatchara, M.D., Director of Bureau of Health Promotion, Department of Health, the Ministry of Public Health along with a moderator, Dr. Waranya Atchariyachanvanich.

     Moreover, there was an exhibition of students from the School of Social Innovation titled “A Year after COVID-19: Impact, Adaptation and Recovery in the border area”

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