SOLGEN organized a camp for the conservation of natural resources and the environment

Associate Professor Dr. Surin Maisrikrod, Deputy Rector for Administration of Walailak University and Acting Dean of the School of Languages and General Education, presided over the opening ceremony of the camp for the conservation of natural resources and the environment, as part of the elective course GED65-147.

The aim of the project was to provide students studying the aforementioned course with practical skills through a residential camp experience in Krabi and Hat Noppharat Thara – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park. The camp took place from March 4th to 6th, 2023 with 112 students participating. The event was honored by the presence of Major Police Lieutenant Colonel Sankara, the Commander of the Border Patrol Police Battalion, and instructors from the Border Patrol Police Training Center in Srinakarinthra District, Thung Song District, Nakhon Si Thammarat, who acted as mentors and led team-building activities and recreational programs.

The School of Languages and General Education is dedicated to developing the quality of general education courses in order to achieve the university’s goals. In addition to classroom teaching, the practical skills acquired in the GED65-147 course, focusing on the conservation of natural resources and the environment, aim to stimulate and cultivate a sense of teamwork, communication skills, and the ability to adapt to the changing global environmental conditions, enabling students to effectively solve various daily life problems. The activities such as wilderness trekking, studying environmental systems in the national park, and reducing plastic packaging used during the camp, align with the university’s motto “Excellence, Goodness, and Happiness” and respond to the sustainable development policy (SDG: Sustainable Development) in terms of education and the importance of protecting and preserving natural resources and the climate for future generations.