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Prosocial Freshmen Orientation at Communication Arts Program of Faculty of Management Sciences Consisted of the Garden of Glorify for Queen Sirikit and Freshmen Activities in Thai Temple

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2018-08-23 09:39:24

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On August, 14th, 2018, students and lecturers in Communication Arts program, Faculty of Management Sciences, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, collaborate together to run freshmen orientation activities. This includes the workshop to build the Garden of Glorify for Queen Sirikit, and the volunteer activities in a Thai temple. Assistant Prof. Dr. Prateep Wajeethongratana, Dean of Faculty of Management Science, was the president of these activities. He provided an encouraging speech for all freshmen, and opened the Garden of Glorify by watering the plants in the garden. Other faculty members and lecturers in Communication Arts program, together, warmly welcomed all freshmen at the courtyard behind the building #56 of Faculty of Management Sciences.

Assistant Prof. Dr. Prateep Wajeethongratana said that freshmen orientation was very important since it provided them the opportunity to learn about the life in the university. Moreover, the beginning of the semester was in August, which was the month that all Thai people would glorify to Queen Sirikit. Hence, these freshmen would have an opportunity to join the activities to praise Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. The freshmen orientation could also construct a positive relationship among freshmen, prior students, and also the lecturers. For this year, sophomores and juniors brought the freshmen to promote sustainability and improve the green area in the university, too. For outside the university, all have helped clean a near Buddhist temple, in which the religion would make them nicer persons and better personality.

Last but not least, Narong Anurak, The Deputy Dean of student activity of Faculty of Management Sciences, who is also the advisor of the current freshmen orientation activities, welcomed the freshmen by providing a cheerful speech. He said that the current freshmen orientation activities was the 20th one. The volunteer activities have been included in these activities since 1998. Mostly, students would travel to Wat Rachathiwat Ratchaworawihan to clean the area around the temple. This is because this temple and the university are in the same community. This volunteer activity would teach freshmen to be an important part of the larger society. They would understand the importance of harmony, and are also influenced from the goodness taught by the religions.