The Winning Teacher from DOW-CST Award 2016 Received Royal Trophy from Prof. Dr. H.R.H. Princess Chulabhorn Walailak at PACCON 2017
BANGKOK - February 08, 2017 - Dow Thailand Group led by Chatchai Luanpolcharoenchai, Commercial Director (3rd from left), and Chemical Society of Thailand congratulated Saranrom Yingsuk, a science teacher from Prachinratsadornamroong School, Prachin Buri Province, whose 'The Effects of Pressure and Temperature on the Equilibrium’ project won the ‘DOW-CST Award 2016’- a small-scale chemistry laboratory contest under Dow Chemistry Classroom - upon receiving the royal trophy from Prof. Dr. H.R.H. Princess Chulabhorn Walailak at Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2017 (PACCON 2017). PACCON is an international conference of knowledge exchange and recent advancements in chemistry and related areas which was held this year at Vayupak Convention Center, Government Complex, Chaeng Watthana, Bangkok.
On this occasion, Dow Thailand Group has brought 42 role-model science teachers from all three generations of Dow Chemistry Classroom project to join the conference and exchange knowledge with international chemical specialists and showcase the small-scale laboratory technique used in the science project contest of DOW-CST Award. The technique has been enthusiastically used in classrooms during the past years.
In this photo (from left to right)
1. Nattapong Jirawattanaworakul, Site Public Affairs Manager, Dow Thailand Group
2. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin Laosooksathit, Former President of the Chemical Society of Thailand
3. Chatchai Luanpolcharoenchai, Commercial Director, Dow Thailand Group
4. Saranrom Yingsuk, a science teacher of Prachinratsadornamroong School, Prachin Buri Province
5. Prof. Dr. Supawan Tantayanon, Immediate-Past President of the Chemical Society of Thailand
and Director of Dow Chemistry Classroom
6. Prof. Dr. Supa Hannongbua, President of the Chemical Society of Thailand
7. Pornticha Wongyannava, Corporate Citizenship Specialist, Dow Thailand Group
About Dow Chemistry Class Project
Dow Thailand Group is determined to bolster science knowledge among the youth by collaborating with Chemical Society of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of Prof. Dr. H.R.H. Princess Chulabhorn Walailak. “Dow Chemistry Class” project was initiated with the intention to support chemistry class at schools through the use of a small-scale chemistry laboratory technique which is an effective and safe experiment method that simplifies chemical experiment while reducing chemical wastes. Students can obtain a hands-on experience from conducting the experiments themselves not just listening from the lectures. “Dow Chemistry Class” project aims to enhance teachers and students’ capability through science study, particularly chemistry, with a small-scale chemistry laboratory technique. The method is recognized by UNESCO and practiced internationally in chemistry classes around the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Mexico, the Philippines, Japan, China, and Cambodia. This is considered to be the first time that the private sector has concretely adopted a small-scale chemistry laboratory method for Thai educational system.
About Dow Thailand Group
Consisting of Companies of Dow Chemical Thailand and the SCG-Dow Group, Dow Thailand Group, the leading science group of companies in Thailand, is the largest manufacturing base of Dow Chemical in the Asia-Pacific region and a leading importer of chemical products for diverse industries in Thailand, including those for agriculture and household pesticides. The group is committed to developing science-driven innovations and strives to form effective collaboration and networks to bring about sustainability for its business as well as society.
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