Alumnus Agachai Sumalee Wins British Council Alumni Awards, March 2018

Congratulations to alumnus Agachai Sumalee who was announced the 2018 Social Impact Winner at the British Council Alumni Awards ceremony in March.

The Social Impact Award, which acknowledges alumni who have made an exceptional contribution to creating positive social change, was presented to Prof. Agachai Sumalee who is a world-class academic in the field of transportation, and during his successful career, he has worked in the UK, Hong Kong, and Thailand. He has successfully transferred his knowledge of the concept and its technology to improve Thailand’s transportation system including reforming the bus regulation system in Bangkok, the National GPS system for road safety, and the All-Thai taxi system, as well as serving on several government committees. Agachai, originally from Thailand, joined ITS and graduated with distinction in 2000 MSc (Eng) Transport Planning and Engineering and then went on to complete his PhD in 2004, Transport Economics and Operations Reach. He currently works as an Associate Professor and Vice President at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang. All of the British Council Alumni Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of alumni and showcase the impact and value of a UK higher education. Read more.

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