Division of Corporate Communication (DCC) Walailak University celebrated Thai New Year
Division of Corporate Communication (DCC) Walailak University celebrated Thai New Year organized by Ms. Supanee Phetcharanant, Head of Operation Team for Reception and Image Communication to conserve authentic Thai culture, and provide festive chance for everyone in the department to join in.
Presiding over the event was Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin Maisrikrod, Vice-President for Foreign Affairs and Learning and Teaching Development, both as a senior supervisor, Asst. Prof. Dr. Fareeda Jeh-oh, Assistant to President, and DCC employees. Joining guests included Mrs. Jutarat Taneerat, head of Internal Audit Unit, and Mrs. Preeda Chotechuang, Acting head of Operation Team for Internal Audit.
The event commenced with Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin making a remark on the division’s duty to the university as the main communicator of the institution’s image working in close collaboration with other departments, particularly the Internal Audit Unit.
“Our duty is to increase recognition of Walailak University. Division of Corporate Communication heads this undertaking of image creation but our hands are intertwined with the Internal Audit Unit. We both work on fine articulation of words to communicate our institution’s image. While the DCC works in the forefront, the Internal Audit Unit is behind the scene. We all are equal contributors, so I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for the cooperation,” said Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin.
Before coming down to celebrative lunch, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin highlighted the symbolic meaning of Songkran festival as the day to extend gratitude to those supporting us.
Blessing for everyone in presence, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surin added, “This is the occasion in which you pay a gratitude to your parents, just like how followers of each religion does to God. We, as members of Walailak University, should also be graceful for the opportunity to work at this progressive university. May all be of good health and prosperity.”