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Awards and Recognition 2009 : Undergraduate Students and Others

 

Student of College of Music, Mahidol University Was Awarded Maple Prize in the 2nd International Piano Concert in Vancouver, Canada by People With Disabilities

Ms. Ubonwan Piakaew (N’Pang), a 3rd year undergarduate majoring in piano at College of Music, Mahidol University, competed in the 2nd International Piano Concert in Vancouver, Canada by People With Disabilities on 30 Sept – 4 Oct 2009. N’Pang competed in Course A, and she performed a version of her arrangement of Canadian folk song “Vive le Canadienne,” which earned her the Maple Award and 300US$ cash prize.

The 2nd International Piano Concert in Vancouver by People with Disabilities aimed to broaden the public’s awareness of the musical talents of disabled people as well as recognize and celebrate the vast creative possibilities of people with disabilities. N’Pang, a pianist with visual impairment, was invited by The Institute of Piano Teachers & People with Disabilities to represent Thailand to compete in this event. More than 70 contestants from 15 countries competed in this year’s event. The contestants were placed into a group of similar disabilities, including mental retardation, limb impairments, visual impairments, hearing impairment and/or communication impairment, developmental disabilities, and plural disabilities.

Congratulations to N’Pang, our young talent!

Reference: www.internationalpianofestival.com

Post date : October 15, 2009

 

Awards and Recognition 2008 : Undergraduate Students and Others

 

Ekachai Jearakul won the first prize in The 4th Singapore International Guitar Competition

Ekachai Jearakul, a 3rd year student of the College of Music, Mahidol University won the first prize in The 4th Singapore International Guitar Competition that was held in Singapore from 8-14 December 2008. At DBS Auditorium.

There were 7 finalists in the final round .The jury consisted of Yuichi Imai(Japan),Dr.Robert Liew(Singapore),Cristina Azuma(Brazil),Andrea Dieci(Italy),Jeremy Jouve(France),Eric Franceries(France),Bernard Maillot(France),Enriquez Castillo(Cuba),Han Vo-ta(Vietnam)

The Final results were as follows:
1st prize Ekachai Jearakul (Thailand)
2nd prize Francisco Arief Wuryananto (Indonesia)
3rd prize John Vincent Hardijanto (Indonesia)

Congratulations!

Post date : December 23, 2008

 

 

Tanawat Phaovibul received the First Prize of the Young Speakers Contest on the 10th AUN Educational Forum

Congratulations to Mr. Tanawat Phaovibul, from Department of Social Science, Mahidol University International College, who received the First Prize of the Young Speakers Contest on the 10th AUN Educational Forum and Young Speakers Contest, held in Brunei on 20-27 May 2008.

Post date : June 13, 2008

 

 

A freshmen and Social Science Major at Mahidol University International College received first place in the Public Speech Competition 2008

Congratulations to Mr.Tanawat Phaovibul, a freshmen and Social Science Major at Mahidol University International College, who received first place in the Public Speech Competition 2008, “New Horizons, New Frontiers”M.R.Thepkamol Devakul, Privy Councilor, presided over the award ceremony on March 14, 2008, at the grand Ballroom Infinity, Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel, Rangnum Rd.,


Mr.Thanawat will represent Thailand in the Public Speech Competition in the U.K. on May 6-9, 2008.

Post date : April 3, 2008

 

 

The winner of the Sixth True Visions-BBC World Future Journalist Award 2007-2008

Ms. Sikharin Langkulsen, an MUIC student in the Entertainment Media Program, was given a once-in-a-lifetime chance when she was named the winner of the Sixth True Visions-BBC World Future Journalist Award 2007-2008 . She beat candidates from 20 other universities and will attend a three-week intensive training course at the BBC headquarters in London this June. Organized by True Visions, BBC World, and the Council of Mass Communication, Faculty Members of Thailand.

Post date : April 3, 2008

 

 

Ekachai Jearakul wins several prizes in the international classical guitar competitions

Mr. Ekachai Jearakul, a 2nd year student at the College of Music, Mahidol University received several international prizes for his outstanding classical guitar performance. In 2006, he won 3rd prize in the International Guitar Competition in France (IIe de Ré). He was even more successful in 2007 when he was awarded 1st prize in the International Classical Guitar Competition in Russian Style (Youth competition) in Russia, 3rd prize at the Vissani International guitar competition in Greece, and 2nd prize at the Rosario International guitar competition in Ohio, USA.

Post date : March 3, 2008

 

   

Undergraduate Students Receiving Awards and Recognition 2006-2007

 

Bioshield Team

 

College of Management “Bioshield Team” Wins “The Best Niche Technology Award” in Taiwan

The College of Management graduate student “BioShield” team won “The Best Niche Technology Award” for their business plan to produce and market a ‘vaccine to prevent white spot syndrome virus in shrimp’ at the Global TiC Talentrepreneur Award & Forum 2007 held in July 2007 in Taiwan. “BioShield” was one of 21 teams from 9 countries in the final round among over 800 teams worldwide participating in this competition.

 

 

NewVenture Championship

  College of Management Team Wins 15th Annual New Venture Championship in U.S.A.

A College of Management graduate student team won the 15th annual New Venture Championship (NVC), an international business plan competition, organized by the University of Oregon’s Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship, Portland, U.S.A, 13-15 April 2006. Twenty venture plans were completed by student teams in the final round.

 

 
Mahidol University International College Student Wins Second Place in ICT Design Competition

A Mahidol University International College undergraduate student team won second place in the ICT Student Design Competition 2005 under the theme “Inclusive Communities: A Society for All Generations”, sponsored by the International Council for Caring Communities in cooperation with the United Nations ICT Task Force and Program on Ageing and other partners. Their insights were showcased at an annual international conference under the general title “Caring Communities for the 21st Century: Imaging the Possible”, at the UN Headquarters in New York, US, during the annual meeting of the UN Commission for Social Development on 10 February 2005.


 

DrSax Chamber Orchestra

 

  College of Music Students Win Youth Chamber Music Competition

The Dr. Sax Chamber Orchestra, a 22-member group of selected young Thai music students in the Talent Education Research Project of Mahidol University College of Music, were 1st place winners of the International Youth Chamber Music Competition 2005 (IYCC 2005) on 25-29 September 2005 in Switzerland. This was the first time that top honors were awarded to Asian countries.


 

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