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(TVU)- Dr. Phillip M. Adams, American expert in Physics, Biology, Laws and Educational Science paid his working visit to Tra Vinh University in September, 2017.  


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 This working visit focused much more on experience sharing and training on registration of patent right, intellectual property, and medical informatics-IT Application in Medicine for staff and faculty members of TVU School of Engineering and Technology. 


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh highly evaluated important initiatives and considerable supports of Dr. Phillip M. Adams to TVU during the last time.


 TVU leaders suggested the step-by-step undertaking of work based on Dr. Phillip M. Adams’ initiatives, to which are good opportunities for faculty, staff and students to approach including makerspace, startups orientation and solutions.   


Regarding the TVU websites, Dr. Phillip M. Adams said that this is an effective communication channel as it helps popularize students’ graduation theses and increase more collaborative opportunity through its websites. 


 As part of this visit, Dr. Phillip M. Adams offered TVU School of Engineering and Technology electrical devices which are equivalent to 10,000 USD.


Taking this opportunity, Chairman of Tra Vinh provincial People’s Committee offered acknowledgement certificate to Dr. Phillip M. Adams for his contributions to the educational development of Tra Vinh province.  


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Monday, 11 September 2017 13:09

Swedish University Outreach

Duration: 1 week – Dec 10 -17, 2017 

Cities: Stockholm, Uppsala, Lund

Country: Sweden Language: English 

Item: Executive Certificate Program 

Application deadline: October 1, 2017


(TVU)- On 29 August, the Women's Empowerment and Voice (WEAV) offered 20 scholarships to 20 TVU female students who have overcome difficulties in learning in the academic year 2017-2018 with the award of 2,5 million dong per each.    



At the scholarship awards ceremony, Mr. Vo Hoang Khai, TVU Vice Rector expressed his gratitude to the WEAV and said: “It is a meaningful program to motivate the female students to make much more attempt in their life and learning”.    


“This is my third visit to Tra Vinh University, and I will continue fostering relation with Tra Vinh University in this scholarship program”, said Ms. Lois Testa Vietri, the WEAV representative.  


The purpose of the Women's Empowerment and Voice is to sponsor women in order to enable them to exercise their leadership and find their voice to contribute to the development of family life and community.




Lam Quang Phuc Binh, student of course-2014 English major expressed her feelings and grateful thanks to the Women's Empowerment and Voice since these scholarship awards will help them reduce burden of tuition fee and daily life, and be motivation for them to make much more effort into learning.






(TVU) – On August 21, 2017, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, Tra Vinh University (TVU) Rector warmly welcomed Deputy Minister of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh and the delegation. The visit aimed at exploring scientific research in association with training and developing local economy.




From left to right: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh (the fourth)

and Deputy Minister Le Quoc Doanh (the fifth)

 At the meeting, the delegation gained more information about the implementation process of the two researches including “Coconut seed research with cell culture and intensive planting techniques” and “Research to create disease-free parent prawns for hatcheries in Tra Vinh” presented by the two vice-deans of School of Agriculture and Aquaculture, Dr. Pham Thi Phuong Thuy and Dr. Huynh Kim Huong.


The Deputy Minister acknowledged the outstanding achievements of TVU in training and research. He expected TVU Rector Board to promote its strength to conduct research more effectively.


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh expressed his gratitude to the Deputy Minister and the delegation for the visit and their great support to the university’s development including facilitating research affairs of TVU lecturers and students.


After the meeting, the Deputy Minister and the delegation took a visit to TVU experimental sites and facilities.




By Diem Thuy 

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