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newsbyte volume 10, issue 5 | july 8, 2010

an on-campus newsletter from

ASIA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

the SFORZANDO CONCERT SERIES in collaboration with asia-pacific international university PRESENTING

THE MAHIDOL CLARINET ENSEMBLE & MR DARRIN THOMAS, Director of Sforzando Concert Series

Sunday, July 11, 2010 @ 7 pm @ Kiti-Tasanee Auditorium | 40 Baht for adults, 10 Baht for students Sponsored by HMNT210 Appreciation of Fine Arts

New ESL Coordinator on Muak Lek campus

NEWS FROM BANGKOK CAMPUS

New appointments at Mission Faculty of Nursing

Dr Chantana Lortajakul Dean of MFON Mrs Forsythia Galgao (right) posed with Mrs Ritha Maidom-Lampadan (left), Faculty Dean of the Arts & Humanities

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he University welcomes Mrs Forsythia Galgao as the new ESL coordinator. Mrs Forsythia has a Master’s degree in English as a Second Language from the University of the Philippines. She has more than 35 years of teaching and administration experience in the Philippines, Ethiopia, Madagascar and Thailand. Her husband, Mr Gabriel is here and their sons, Gabby and Jun, are studying at Asia-Pacific International University. They come from Cebu, the Philippines. Email: fgalgao@apiu.edu , ext 1164.

Acharn Orapen Pongklum Associate Dean, Bangkok Campus

Acharn Ampaiwan Toomsan Associate Dean, Muak Lek Campus

Nursing scholarship fund receives 100,000 Baht donation

Mrs Tang, Dr John Tang and Ms Wannurhayan Saleah (center) with MFON administrators and teachers (left) and nursing students recipients of the Poeling Tritasavit Scholarship fund (right).

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n Friday, June 11, 2010, the Mission Faculty of Nursing of Bangkok Campus received a delightful visit from Dr John CS Tang, Mrs Tang and Ms Wannurhayan Saleah. They came with a donation of 100,000 Baht to contribute to the Poeling Tritasavit Scholarship Fund. This fund, which started two years ago, has benefitted more than 20 Nursing

students of Asia-Pacific International University. 5,000 baht will be given each to seven senior and junior students, and six sophomore students for this school year. Application forms are available at the Faculty of Nursing. The deadline to submit the forms is July 31, 2010.


You’ll Get Paid!

Listening Lab Supervisor(s) Needed! The Faculty of Arts & Humanities is looking for committed students who can help supervise the Listening Lab Sessions. These sessions take place from Monday to Thursday and Sunday from 8:30 to 9: 30 pm. *You don’t need to be able to supervise every single night as you could choose the times which fit your schedule.

If you’re interested, please contact Acharn Josephine or Acharn Daron. wa  r m e s t

Congratulations

...to Pastor Delkenz David (Alumni ’08) and Henrietta Tipung ak. Gesa on their wedding solemnization on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia. Pastor Delkenz is an Applied Theology major from Asia-Pacific International University. He is currently pastoring in Sungai Arip, Selangau and Mukah districts in Sibu, Sarawak.

New faculty at the ESL Department

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e introduce Mr Danilo (Danny) H. Poblete J. as ESL Intermediate I instructor. When asked where he comes from, Mr Danny shared, “[I was] born in the Philippines, raised in Africa, and settled in Thailand!” Prior to coming here, Mr Danny served as a Language Arts instructor and coordinator, and Acting Curriculum coordinator at Ekamai International School in Bangkok for 12 years. He is also pursuing a Master of Education in TESOL at the University at the same time. Mr Danny enjoys a good laugh, team sports, swimming, traveling and photography. He is married to Dr Eleanor Camagay, a radiologist at Mission Hospital, Bangkok. His 14-year-old daughter, Daniece Love Poblete is currently a 10th grade student at Glendale Adventist Academy, California. Email: danilo@apiu.edu, ext 1241.

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e welcome Ms Esther Hungyo as ESL Basic I teacher. “I hope to gain more teaching experience and at the same time hope to enable students to be successful in their lives.” She is finishing up her second Master’s degree, which is the TESOL program with our University. Ms Esther comes from Manipur, India. She enjoys reading, singing, playing music, and teaching. Email: esther@ apiu.edu, ext 1162.

Ms Josephine Hungyo (right) welcomed by Mrs Ritha Maidom-Lampadan (left).

Farewell to Campus Nurse, Khun Hattaya Roongroj

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he University farewells Khun Hattaya Roongroj in the recent Faculty & Staff meeting on Thursday, July 1, 2010. Khun Hattaya served as the campus nurse for Muak Lek since April 2008. Her diligent work is much appreciated and we wish her the best as she expands her expertise at Ekamai International School, Bangkok. Khun Thunya Somphan, the home dean for Ruth Hall, is the new campus nurse. The opening hours of the Wellness Center will be published next week in Newsbyte.

Khun Hattaya Roongroj


Snapshot! Hmong Mission Welcoming Camp 2010 at Pasak Dam

Pastor Suradet (right) teaching some Bible lessons to the Hmong students at the Pasak Dam camping area. Led by the senior students of the Hmong Mission Club, this activity was part of the Hmong Mission Welcoming Camp 2010.

Karen Club Welcoming Party

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ecently, the Karen club held a party to welcome new students at Solomon Hall on Saturday evening, June 26, 2010. Students, teachers, staff and their family members came and enjoyed the time together. The program started with a short devotion, followed by fun games. Students really enjoyed the program. We could see their happy faces; their enjoyment and laughter made the atmosphere joyful. After the games, it was time to eat. We really enjoyed many kinds of homemade food, which was prepared by the teachers and staff. It was a great time to get to know each other when we were enjoying the food. This fellowship fostered good relationship among our club members. For the past few years, our club has carried out many projects to serve the society. In this academic year, we have changed our name to “preservation of cultures and environment�. The reason behind this change is because we would like to encourage more students, not only Karen students, to join us. The club is also planning to make a proposal to the Foundation in Thailand for the funding of our projects. We would like to invite students from all nations to join our club. We will stand together to serve our Father in heaven and the society.

Report from Karen Club


Come to the Market Fair!

Organized by the AY Department to raise funds for Bible Camp. Date: Sunday, July 11, 2010 Time: 3 pm - 6 pm Place: Parking lot between the Tennis Court & Ruth Hall Sale items:: Food, clothes, household items, and other things.

Fun For All! All Thai & Inter business students are invited to our first

event in the semester “Fun For All�. There will be games and tasty refreshments for you and your friends to enjoy and relax after studying hard. Just come and join us, you can bring your friends! *If you come early, you have a chance of winning 100 baht! Come and join us on Sunday, July 11, 2010 from 5 pm - 7 pm at the Ground floor of IT Building (near the lockers). See you there!

Campus Calendar JULY 8, THURSDAY Thai Worship, 7 pm, Auditorium International Worship, 7 pm, Church JULY 9, FRIDAY Deadline to submit Registration Form for Youth Bible Camp Vespers WWJD: Disappointment, 7 pm, Auditorium The Seekers: Knock...knock!, 8 pm, Fellowship Hall. JULY 10, SATURDAY Thai Sabbath Service -- Auditorium International Sabbath Service -- Church Sabbath Service, Sabbath School lesson study (9:30 am), Sabbath School program (10:30 am), Divine Service (11 am) Youth In Worship: Hope Above Shadows, 5 pm, Church JULY 11, SUNDAY Market Fair, 3 - 6 pm, Parking lot between the Tennis Court and Ruth Hall. Social Event: FUN For ALL, 5 pm, Ground floor of IT Building. A social evening for all Business Department students. The Sforzando Concert Series : Presenting The Mahidol Clarinet Ensemble and Sforzando Concert Series Director, Mr Darrin Thomas on saxophone. 7 pm, Auditorium. 40 Baht for adults, 10 baht for students. JULY 13, TUESDAY Master Guide Club, 6:30 pm, Fellowship Hall Mid-week Manna , 7 pm, CH 114 JULY 14, WEDNESDAY SC Forum, 10 am, Auditorium. Entrepreneurship seminar by Mr Andrew Samuel, 2 pm - 4 pm, IT 228. Mr Andrew is the President and CEO of Tower Bankcorp Inc, USA.

Youth Bible Camp t h e m e my chains are gone... s p e a k e r Pastor Jonathan Monts from EIS, Bangkok d a t e s & p l a c e Friday, July 23 to Monday, 26, 2010 (4 days, 3 nights) Bansung Beach Resort, Rayong

Campus Family Group: Being Together, Growing Together, Praying Together 7 pm, Various locations

Editor and Layout Deanna Beryl Majilang Photo and Graphic Credits Mission Faculty of Nursing, Hmong Club, Karen Club, Deanna Majilang, Microsoft Office cliparts

r e g i s t r a t i o n f e e 1,200 Baht (Includes Transportation,

Email your news stories and announcements to pr@apiu.edu the latest by Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm. For outside timings, contact the editor at ext 1189. We do not accept For Sale advertisements.

* SUBMIT your registration form to Mrs Sheila / Mr Daron by this Friday, July 9!

Newsbyte is published every Thursday by the Marketing & Advancement office.

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Newsbyte Volume 10, Issue 5  

An on-campus newsletter of Asia-Pacific International University

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