ChE, KMUTNB considers the program constituencies as our stakeholders in three ways:
students and alumni as our “products”,
employers as our “customers”, and
departmental faculty and staff as our “providers”.
We consistently focus our stakeholder opinions as an implication of ownership and responsibility on the part of the members. We try to build a better representation of the type of active, participating culture for all stakeholders in our department.
An explanation of our list of stakeholders:
strong>Students and alumni (our products): the ChE students are included as a program constituency. They are not only direct beneficiaries of an educational process, but also an effective educational process. Since they are both input and output of the program, their feedbacks are valuable for the program improvement. Alumni are the products and strong supporters of the academic program. Their careers demonstrate the accomplishment of the PEOs. To show appreciation for the education and development of their old school, alumni often become the major donors who play advisory roles and provide financial support for scholarships and endowments that directly affect students. Alumni also share updated and experienced technology from industries with current students.
Employers (our consumers): they desire to hire well-educated undergraduate engineering students, and graduates who accomplish all of the PEOs are a clear benefit to their employers. Normally, they want chemical engineers who can deal with complex engineering problems and engineering designs, work with professional skills with critical, thinking and life-long learning. pecial lectures or seminars on specific topics are regularly shared by our employers.
Departmental faculty and staff (our providers): the engineering faculty and staff have the academic responsibility for the curriculum and for education of the students. The program planning and curricula management are a major means of accomplishing all of the program’s objectives. Conducting research and encouraging students’ development are also our main duties. Since our actions and behaviors show a direct impact on the department, we are responsible for the well-being of the department. Regarding to this point, we are highly interested in helping students and sharing our knowledge and in creating new knowledge in chemical engineering and related fields.
Within the context of this discourse, we feel that it is appropriate to introduce our “Industry Advisory Board (IAB) for ChE, KMUTNB” since they represent our Department’s most immediate and direct connection to a portion of our constituencies/stakeholders, our students, alumni, and employers. Since 2019, our IAB had included various members of our students, alumni, employers. Furthermore, our IAB was carefully chosen from among leaders in the relevant fields and professionally successful alumni, see Table for a history of IAB members.
Current membership of the Industry Advisory Board (IAB) of ChE, KMUTNB.
|1||Miss Yuwarin Tattiam||PhD.Student||Department of Chemical Engineering, KMUTNB||Student|
|2||Miss Varisara Chainaruprasert||Master degree student||Department of Chemical Engineering, KMUTNB||Student|
|3||Mr. Warramath Thachanuvattanapun||3rd year student||Department of Chemical Engineering, KMUTNB||Student|
|4||Miss. Veerin Kanitda||1st year student||Department of Chemical Engineering, KMUTNB||Student|
|5||Mr.Pornchai Kormansil||Section manager of polyolefins production process||IRPC Public Company Limited||Alumni|
|6||Mr. Ronasak Momin||Planning Team Leader||PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited||Alumni|
|7||Mr. Yuthapong Jiraprasertwong||Principal Process Engineer||Wood Foster Wheeler (Thailand) Limited||Alumni|
|8||Mr. Paschanok Neragae||Continuous Improvement Specialist, Thailand||Ingredion (Thailand) Company Limited||Alumni||9||Mr. Kitisak Julobol||Senior Consultant Master Planning||PTT Energy Solutions Company Limited||Alumni||10||Mr. Pongkool Siriprasertsilp||Non-bottle Haircard Packaging Operation Department Manager||Procter & Gamble Trading (Thailand) LTD.||Alumni||12||Mr.Songwit Sritham||Strategy Director||Strategy Director||Alumni||13||Miss. Thanjira Kubrochangkul||Manufacturing Excellence and Industry Performance Specialist||Unilever Thai Holding||Alumni||14||Mr. Sanya Thippinit||Technology division Manager Refinery and Lube base Oil plant||IRPC Public Company Limited||Employer||15||Dr. Bovornlak Oonkhanond||Managing Director||Globrick Refractories Co., Ltd.||Employer||16||Dr.Thana Sornchumni||Department manager of Petroleum and Petrochemical Process Technology Research Department||PTT Public Company Limited||Employer||17||Ms. Nataka Rattanasamphan||Product/Asset Manager||HMC Polymers Co., Ltd||Employer||18||Dr. Theanchai Yaktavong||Internal Instructor-Learning Strategy & Architect HR Center of Expertise Corporate Human Resources Division||Siam Cement Group||Employer||19||Mr. Somboon Martkamjan||Head of Digital Partnerships and Innovation||Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited||Employer||20||Dr. Kriengkrai Sooksankraisorn||Energy Design and Development||SCG Cement Co.,Ltd.||Employer||21||Mr. Pravit Pornpipatkul||General Secretary of Petrochemical group||The Federation of Thai Industries||Employer||22||Assoc.Prof.Dr. Piyabutr Wanichpongpan||Head of Chemical Engineering Department||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTT||Academic||23||Assist.Prof.Dr. Chaiwat Prapainainar||Head of Chemical Engineering Department||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Academic Staff||24||Assoc.Prof.Dr. Phavanee Narataruksa||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Academic Staff||25||Assoc.Prof.Dr. Suwimol Wongsakulphasatch||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Academic Staff||26||Assoc.Prof.Dr. Kraipat Cheenkachorn||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Academic Staff||27||Assoc.Prof.Dr. Thirawudh Pongprayoon||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Academic Staff||28||Asst.Prof.Dr. Suchata Kirdponpattara||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Employer||29||Dr.Santi Chuetor||Department of Chemical Engineering||Faculty of Engineering, KMUTNB||Employer||30||Assist.Prof.Dr. Monpilai Narasingha||Department of Chemical Engineering||Department of Chemical Engineering||Academic Staff & consultant||31||Mrs. Sirikanya Suteerawattananon||Department of Chemical Engineering||Department of Chemical Engineering||Department Staff||32||Professor Dr. Methi Wecharatana||John A. Reif, Jr. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering||New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)||Executive Consultant||33||Assoc.Professor Dr.Vira Chankong||Departments of Computer and Data Sciences, and Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering||Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)||Executive Consultant||34||Professor Dr. Rattikorn Hewett||Department of Computer Science||Texas Tech University (TTU)||Executive Consultant|
ChE IAB Meeting on 5th February 2020