“Open House” fair and “International Day” 2014 event
STIC holds annual “Open House” fair and “International Day” 2014 event with a success today
One of the highlights, it was an English talk show by a well-known lecturer, Ajarn Art Siha-ampai, of Rangsit University. About 300 students were from the outside plus another 300 STIC students, lecturers and support staff to attend the day event, making about 600 participants. STIC held the Day fair and event on February 12, 2014 with a success and many fun activities for students and prospective students.
The College also offered such exhibition, registration, learning activities, Challenge (question and answer with prizes). Seven booths representing Nursing, Public Health, Business Administration and Humanities and Social Science, were set up with 2 teachers and 4 students stationed each booth to help provide more information to the visitors.
Meanwhile, drinks and snacks (refreshments) were on services provided by the College for guests. Moreover, the International dance shows gave the STIC students a chance to give free rein to their creativity and gave the audiences a chance to view and enjoy the performances. They were Asian (Thai) dance, American (Latin) dance, European dance, and Arabian dance.
After that, it was followed by the hour- long talk show in English by the well-known and venerable Ajarn Art Siha-ampai who spoke on the topic entitled, “English beyond Horizon”. The open house fair is a great opportunity to visit the College and enjoy the award winning things and creative educational atmosphere.
St Theresa International College organized this annual event at Joseph Marie Building (New Auditorium). The day program began with the Assembly by PR Team, Invocation and Opening Remarks by Dr Virachanee Phromsuntorn, STIC Council’s Vice Chairperson, and Learning Atmosphere by Dr Piyada Wattanasan, STIC President.
Apart from that, the courses study/ programs were introduced by all Department Heads from 4 faculties; Nursing Science, Public Health, Business Administration, and Humanities and Social Sciences.
(Text and Photos: Phitsanu Thepthong)