A faculty delegation from the Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT) in Thailand, along with CPP faculty and administration staff, recently attended a roundtable and cultural exchange event at the International Center.
During the two-hour June 22 event, the Thai faculty presented a cultural dance, attendees watched a presentation about RMUTT and its colleges, and participants enjoyed Thai and Chinese dishes. Following the activities, a drawing was held with prizes for both the Thai delegation and attendees from CPP.
Richard Navarro, interim dean of the College of Professional and Global Education, welcomed the delegates and expressed his gratitude for their presence at CPP.
“The purpose of the roundtable discussion is to promote academic and research exchange among RMUTT and CPP faculty and staff,“ he said. “I would like to give my sincere thanks to the administration of RMUTT for their continued trust and confidence in choosing Cal Poly Pomona again for this program”.
Professor Rotsukhon Songkhong, vice dean in Research and Academic Affairs at RMUTT, delivered her remarks at the event.
“We are very happy to be here at Cal Poly Pomona for this faculty program, which is our second time so far,” she said.
Songkhong mentioned that the faculty members attending the program are from the liberal arts college.
“We hope that Cal Poly Pomona will send students and faculty in the future to our university, and that we can also send some of our students from our university to study at Cal Poly Pomona,” she added.