On March 16, 2021, Interdisciplinary center for sustainable development by TUNASIA-KKU organized the National mobility to promote the Center of Excellence Dissemination. Center of Excellence activities at MJU and KKU were discussed and prepared for their sustainability. Teaching and learning environment improvement was also reviewed
Interdisciplinary center for sustainable development by TUNASIA-KKU had organized a seminar series for the 3rd year fishery students on “Get ready to take-off with a modern fishery business model”.
On 13.01.2021, Assoc. Prof. Nguyen Nhu Tri, Faculty of Fisheries, Nong Lam University, Ho Chi Minh City signed MoU with Mr. Boonlap Watcharawanitchakul Senior Vice President of CP Vietnam Corporation to support collaboration in joint research activities; to engage other activities to better enhance mutual understanding and cooperation such as student exchange activities, curriculum development and administrative staff cooperation exchanging.
Interdisciplinary center for sustainable development by TUNASIA-KKU had organized a round-table talked at Department of Fisheries, KKU on Jan 4, 2021, 10.00-11.00 am by Mr. Kittipos Ngamchareon, a senior specialist in aquaculture-CP.
The Aquaculture Center of Excellence (NTU) organized a short training course on shrimp farming in Ben Tre province in Mekong Delta, Vietnam on December 19, 2020.
On December 17 - 18, 2020, The Center of Excellence in Fisheries and Aquatic Resources : CEFAR, Maejo University organized the National mobility to promote the Center of Excellence Dissemination. Center of Excellence activities at MJU and KKU were discussed and prepared for their sustainability. In addition, Dr. Roisin Nash gave a presentation entitled Micro-plastic in seafood: from source to sink.
Associate Prof. Dr. Weerapon Thongma, Maejo University President signed MoU with Mr. Mesak Pakdeekong, Director General, The Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives and Mr. Chanwit Kanya, Director of Legal Division, The Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to support the education both undergraduate and undergraduate levels, research, and extensive service.
On October 23, 2020, the university council (NTU) section of fisheries have met and revised our MSc curriculum before it is sent to the MOET. This is a requirement in an officially regulation in development a new curriculum. Each council member has given detail and deep comments on the objectives, learning outcomes and structure of curriculum and syllabus of the MSc program. As a result, the name of the program is changed as “Environmental management of fisheries and aquaculture”. Some courses/subjects have changed and adjusted to meet the objectives, learning outcomes of the program. The short revised curriculum as below:
Theme: Environmental education in fisheries and strategies of regional development
The plate reader was sponsored TUNASIA co-funded by Erasmus+ of the European Union. The instrument was designated to (shery biology laboratory. In addion, a training was conducted for sta) and graduate students on basic maintenance and e*cient use.