The Research Excellence Community was established as an initiative by the Research and Promotion Management Unit at Mahidol University International College. The goal is to develop and facilitate a team of high potential researchers that produce high impact research findings, publications and products, as well as strengthen multidisciplinary research networks and focus on research proposal writing in applying for external funding.
Areas of Research: learning strategies in language acquisition, assessment in language acquisition, language portfolio, multilingualism, emergency remote learning /online learning
Areas of Research: Applied Linguistics, Linguistic Anthropology, Migration Studies, Educational Anthropology
Areas of Research: Philosophy, Cognitive Sciences, Chinese History
Areas of Research: Social- and Cross-Cultural Psychology, Psychology of Education, Online Learning Across Cultures, Pro- and Anti-social Behavior, Workplace Communication and Motivation, Self- and Social Identity in the Context of Social Media Marketing
Area of Research: Cultural History and Anthropology of Indonesia; Study of Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Frontier Zones in Southeast Asia; Transitional Justice in Cambodia; Violence and Conflict Studies
Areas of Research: Psychology, Film Analysis, Higher Education
Areas of Research: Discursive constructions of Taiwan identity, public space and public memory in post-authoritarian societies, transitional justice during democratic transitions, political and cultural dimensions of (Cross-Strait) tourism, strategic Chinese identities in Southeast Asia, identity constructions in frontier zones and borderlands
Areas of Research: International Education, Narrative Inquiry
Areas of Research: Intellectual Property
Areas of Research: Probiotics, Prebiotics, Edible Insects
Areas of Research: Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Cultural Heritage, Sustainability, Tourism, World Heritage
Areas of Research: Human dimensions of environmental change; adaptive and collaborative ecosystem governance in marine and aquatic systems; ecological rehabilitation, restoration, resilience, and conservation; holistic vulnerability and sustainability assessment; assessment of collective conservation actions; citizen science
On Friday, June 11, 2021 the Deans and staff from the Research and Promotion Management (RPM) Section, along with faculty members from MUIC, met with the Director and staff members of IHRI to discuss developing further research collaborations between the two organizations. Additional meetings in the near future will be organized to plan multidisciplinary research projects and academic products.
The Research Excellence Community was launched on Friday, March 5, 2021 in an online meeting. Over 30 faculty members joined the meeting to learn more about research initiatives, membership, as well as upcoming activities and events.
The Knowledge Commons is aimed at fostering greater engagement among the MUIC community in research and knowledge production. A more engaged and vibrant research climate will inspire new opportunities for collaboration across disciplines at MUIC among both faculty and students. The Knowledge Commons provides a collegial space for presentation and for sharing and testing work with peers. Seminars and related activities will be conducted each academic year.
Research Promotion and Management Office
Room 1214, 2 Floor,
Phone: +66 (2)700 5000 #1423, 1425
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm