Assoc. Prof. Dr. Witiya Pittungnapoo

Ph.D. in Town and Regional Planning (University of Sheffield)
MSc. in Urban Environmental Management (Asian Institute of Technology)
B.Arch in Architecture (Chulalongkorn University)
Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design, Naresuan University
LDeputy Dean for Academic and Research Affairs

Water-based Architecture, Flood Resilient Design, Cultural Landscape, and Cultural Heritage, Creative City
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2020 – Teaching Role Model 2020, 30th Anniversary of Naresuan University, awarded by Naresuan University
2015 – Thai Award 2015, Good Person Merit-Making for Thailand in Academic Service, awarded by Thai Award Organisations
2013 – ASAIHL-Thailand Award 2013, a Young Lecturer of Social Sciences Cluster, awarded by the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning
2013 – CDAST AWARD 2013, a Young Scholar in Town and Community Design, awarded by the Council of Deans of Architecture Schools of Thailand
2013 – The Excellent Practice on Dialogue (Developing service minded architecture students for helping disable on toilet building), 23rd University Knowledge Management (UKM) 2013, awarded by the UKM
2013 – The second prize award for good practices on learning innovation, granted by Knowledge Management Center of Rajamangala University of Technology Network (RMUTKM+2)
2012 – The Best Performance of Architecture Lecturer, awarded by Faculty of Architecture, Naresuan University
2011 – The Second Prize Award for Excellent Lecturer, awarded by General Educations at Naresuan University
2011 – The First Prize Award for Excellent Teaching Team Manager, awarded by General Educations at Naresuan University

“Witiya Pittungnapoo is an Associate. Prof. in Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design, Naresuan University in Phitsanulok, Thailand. She completed her Ph.D. in town and regional planning from the University of Sheffield in the UK. Over a half decade her research has been approached to water-based settlements by preserving vernacular architecture and water-based cultural landscape. Witiya is an active researcher who has contributed her knowledge and planning skills across multi-disciplines to build up international research collaboration on flooding adaptation for cultural heritage preservation in more resilient approaches Recently, she has worked on pushing climate change policy into cultural heritage sector in the Lower Northern Region of Thailand.”