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Community-Based Learning in Nan province

In Summer 2018, Istvan Rado took a class of first-year students from the Global Studies and Social Enterprise (GSSE) program to spend a month living with different ethnic groups in northern Thailand. The Community-Based Learning course provided them with the opportunity for in-depth study of community life. Being a first in terms of intensity and length, the initiative was an adventure for both the students and SGS.

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Counseling therapy & fortune telling – An Interview with Ksenia Kubasova

Ksenia Kubasova, the Director of our BA program at SGS, shares a little about her background and the class she’s currently teaching, before discussing her research that combines counseling therapy and fortune tellers, as well as her current project work. It’s really interesting stuff. Check it out and follow us on SoundCloud to get notified […]

Fostering a Social Innovation Community

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller Thammasat University’s School of Global Studies (SGS) recently started something unique. Under the provocative title of “What the Future?!” our team co-hosted an event with the Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC) that […]