Regional Reports Session-7

Regional Reports Session-7

Prof Nopraenue Dhirathiti
APAIE Director and Acting Vice President for International Relations and Corporate Communication,
Mahidol University,
Thailand

Professor Nopraenue Dhirithiti obtained her PhD degree in Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick (UK), Master's degree in Politics of the World Economy from LSE, University of London (UK) as well as Master of Law (International Relations) from Hitotsubashi University, Japan. Professor Dhirithiti’s work experience is much related to the harmonization and internationalization of higher education. She was the Senior Specialist at SEAMEO Regional Centre for Higher Education (2007-2009), Senior Programme Officer at ASEAN University Network Secretariat (1998-2000) and also a consultant and a resource person of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the UNESCO.


Prof Yuichi Kondo
APAIE Director and Dean,
Admissions,
Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University,
Japan

Yuichi Kondo, PhD, is currently serving as the Dean of Admissions, supervising both Japanese and non-Japanese student recruitment and screening at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beppu, Japan. He is also teaching some intercultural experiential courses in Asia that dispatch about 300 students a year. Professor Kondo has been active in JAFSA, NAFSA and EAIE in conducting various workshops and making presentations since he completed his degree at the University of Minnesota, majoring in intercultural communication and international education.


Prof Doowon Lee
APAIE Director and Vice President for International Affairs,
Yonsei University,
South Korea

Doowon Lee is a professor at the School of Economics, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Currently, he is also the Vice President for International Affairs at Yonsei University. He acquired his BA in business administration from Yonsei University in 1987 and his PhD in economics from Northwestern University in 1991. His area of interests lies in international economics, transition economics, and economics of development (especially East Asia and Korea).