The International College of Digital Innovation (ICDI) organized the CMU International Community Service Day as part of the Student Activities for International Development (SEED) project.
7 December 2023
International College of Digital Innovation
The Student Quality Development Unit at the International College of Digital Innovation spearheaded the CMU International Community Service Day activity, an integral component of the student development initiative known as the SEED Program. This initiative aims to foster internationalism among students through the Study Explore Embrace Diffuse (SEED) Program, facilitating the exchange of knowledge between Thai and international students. This aligns seamlessly with our overarching objective of cultivating CMU Smart Students, emphasizing the development of a Smart Heart.
Incorporating a holistic approach, students are encouraged to embrace a sense of public consciousness. Through a series of activities, they are guided to contribute positively within and beyond the university. These activities encompass a spectrum of extracurricular pursuits designed to instill a sense of volunteerism, honesty, and responsibility in every role they undertake. The ultimate goal is to nurture students with compassionate hearts, instilling in them the desire to actively engage in benevolent acts that contribute to the betterment of society and the nation.
In a recent endeavor, students collaborated to conserve nature by collecting coffee beans and creating natural fertilizer from organic scraps. This event took place on Wednesday, December 6, 2023, at the Kasetwichaya Project—a project initiated under the royal guidance of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince, located in Pong Yaeng Subdistrict, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai Province.