Next week Payap University will turn over 68 rai of land to the Church of Christ in Thailand (CCT). [On the right side of the highway in the view from above.]
Let the celebration begin. Payap University is EMERGING. “It’s a miracle.”
These are comments being made as it was announced that Payap University is on the move toward goals of reducing debt and recovering initiative, in only two months after Dr. Amnuay Tapingkae and his interim team took over leadership of the university on August 1.
On October 7, leaders of the Church of Christ in Thailand Foundation along with some 30 other church leaders and Payap University personnel will attend the signing of a historic memorandum of understanding that will potentially save the university and expand the ministries of the church at the same time.
“It’s a win-win situation,” Dr. Amnuay quoted the CCT’s legal negotiator as saying. [See Dr. Amnuay going over information about the deal.]
“Bear in mind that the CCT Foundation...
Congratulation Speech for the Graduates
from the International College, Payap University
By Dr. Rux Prompalit, President
Friday May 10th, 2019 : 09.00 AM
Henry Luce Chapel
My beloved graduating students,
On behalf of Payap University, I would like to congratulate you all for your diligence and determination that lead to your success today. At the same time, this is also success of your family and your faculty because they have walked alongside you and assisted you until you reach your goal.
Today you will receive Ironwood Flower pin (เข็มดอกบุนนาค). Ironwood flower is a symbol of Payap University. The flower represents three things:
1. White color symbolizes purity and virtue.
2. Fragrance symbolizes good reputation.
3. A shape of many-tiered umbrella symbolizes dignity and meaningful life.
Besides its’ beautiful and fragrant flowers, Ironwood tree can also be used as medicine. Therefore, Ironwood also represent healing of heart, mind, and spirit. Payap University’s motto is “Truth-Service” This means Payap University graduates should use their knowledge to serve people in society. To heal the wounded, to comfort the broken hearted, and to strengthen the weak.
Thought it is very difficult to grow and nurture Ironwood tree, it is possible to do so with great love, understanding,...