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(TVU) - At the beginning of June, 2018, Tra Vinh University (TVU) and Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies co-organized the seminar on building capacity for scientific research and innovation to TVU faculty members. The seminar deeply focused on two main topics consisting of fundraising for research projects and innovation, and service learning.


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In Dr. Nguyen Duy Mong Ha’s presentation on “How to raise funds for innovation and research”, she stressed the importance of increasing management skills in scientific research and creative innovation, the significance of collaboration, and sustainable fundraising strategy, all which are necessary to TVU faculty members.


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The second seminar theme “Service Learning” by Assoc. Prof. Dr Nguyen Thi Hong Xoan aimed to help students serve community more effectively.  


Dr. Tran Dinh Lam, Director of the Center highly evaluated these seminar sessions since they enable to help TVU faculty members approach new teaching methods.  


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By Minh Nhut

(TVU) - On June 13, Tra Vinh University (TVU) in coordination with Voluntary Blood Donor Propaganda Board organized the meeting “World Blood Donor Day, June 14th” attracting hundreds of donors. TVU Vice Rector Vo Hoang Khai attended this meeting.


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Ms. Nguyen Thi Nghiep, Deputy Head of Voluntary Blood Donor Propaganda Board highly evaluated the enthusiastic participation of TVU staff and students in their voluntary blood donation activities. She also hoped that there will be more such voluntary activities to be organized at TVU in order to help patients.   


Tran Thi Thai Huong, TVU student expressed: “I am very happy to donate my blood to contribute to saving patients’ lives.”   


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By Minh Nhut

(TVU) – At the beginning of June, 2018, TVU Vice Rector Vo Hoang Khai welcomed participants to the E-learning seminar which attracted many lecturers and students.



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Delivering an opening speech, Ms. Huynh Mai Thuy Van, Deputy Director of Teaching and Learning Center affirmed the outstanding development of E-learning in the world and in Vietnam and has looked forward to the best solutions for applying it to TVU.


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At the seminar, presentations about advantages and disadvantages, practical solutions and policies for the application of E-learning to the learning environment at TVU, especially the combination of traditional and online teaching and learning methods were discussed.


Vice Rector Vo Hoang Khai said: “TVU always pays attention to preparing the best  facilities and delivering appropriate policies for e-learning learners so that all people can access this active and convenient learning method”.


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By Ngoc Van

University of Montana associate professor Joe Eaton, a US Fulbright Specialist to Tra Vinh, is giving a series of workshops to lecturers and students to help them learn more about journalism and public relations and the steps of effective crisis communications.



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TVU, June 6 2018 – During the faculty and student workshops, Joe Eaton focuses on media-related writing including investigative reporting. He is also working with the TVU School of Foreign Languages to assist staff writers in a number of ways, from providing individual consultations to building faculty writing skills.


“Fabulous! Really engaging,” says Dr Ho-Dac Tuc, deputy head of the school. “Joe exposes faculty, students and alumni to all aspects of journalism. He is providing fantastic insight into how to write like a professional journalist. Joe’s workshops are inspiring and informative, and his method of delivery is so easy to receive.”


Joe Eaton teaches courses in public affairs reporting, investigative reporting and editing at the University of Montana. His writing appears in Pacific Standard, AARP the Magazine and The Washington Post, as well as the websites of National Geographic, Wired, CityLab and The Atlantic. He has worked with NBC Nightly News and the Today Show.


At Tra Vinh University, Joe also met Dr Pham Tiet Khanh, the University Rector, who hosted a dinner in his honor. His workshops lasts until the end of June.


In his role as the Fulbright Specialist to Tra Vinh, Joe has worked beyond his formal role by putting in extra hours to introduce new ideas and media-related practices.


Funded by the U.S. Department of State, Fulbright Specialist Awards provide an honorarium and travel costs for American faculty and professionals who spend anywhere from two to six weeks overseas working with higher education institutions on a topic with which they have expertise.


‘Staff and students in TVU are excellent,’ Joe says. ‘I wish I could teach them all the time. They are diligent and have excellent English ability. But not only that, they have a strong desire to learn and to get better.’


Mr. Khau Hoang Anh, deputy head of English Department, says “the classes are energetic, and Joe’s way of teaching is inspired. I see this being both rare and important because it allows students and lecturers a deep and genuine exploration of the journalistic writing style and of the various reporting beats.”



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(TVU) - In response to the World Environment Day-5 June, a variety of activities has been taken place at Tra Vinh University (TVU) aiming to contribute to building a green campus.


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Cycle campaigns with the slogans about garbage collection and food safety aimed to increase people’s awareness about environmental protection.


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Bui Ngoc Hoa-student of 6B class, TVU School Lab expressed: “This day attracts a great number of students as it helps us recognize the importance of fresh environment to our health and environmental protection also makes our hometown more beautiful.”


Mr. Nguyen Van Tho, Chairman of TVU Student Association highly evaluated the students’ enthusiasm in taking part in responding to World Environment Day.


By Minh Nhut

(TVU) - “Two top factors of a successful job interview are an impressive resume and a good professional image to recruiters”, shared Mr Vu Xuan Vinh, the Deputy Director of Viet Victory during the talk organised by the School of Economics and Laws on May 24th, 2018.


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More than 600 students participated in the event taking the opportunity to learn from the experienced speaker on how to successfully survive a job interview.


According to the Deputy Director, recruiters’ initial attention is paid to the resume or curriculum vitae (CV) which must cover important components e.g., professional orientation, education history, list of accomplishments, personal and professional skills, strengths, and reliable and checkable referees.


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 “How to make an application stand out from a thousand and impress recruiters?”, asked Nguyen Hong Quan from Business Administration 2015 class.


Adding to the question, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Han from Laws 2015 class also wanted to know strategies to prepare a relevant job application.


In responding to those questions, the presentative of Viet Victory noted that templates which are easily found from photocopy service providers or downloaded from the Internet are no longer of recruiters’ taste and interest. Pre-employment creativity is now vital to them. For this reason, it’s crucial that students can prepare and design an impressive and professional application in accordance with commonly accepted standards.


Simulated job interviews held by the speaker during the event suggested that students need to be more active to be successful in real recruiting situations.


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(TVU) - On May 19th, Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Vice Chairman of Tra Vinh University Advisory Council warmly welcomed Mr. Diverchy Jean Jacques, an expert of Ministry of Education and Research of France and its delegation.


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The visit aimed at seeking potentially collaborative opportunities in academic activities including educational quality.  


Mr. Diverchy introduced TVU leaders about French educational system including competency-based learning and shared his experience about educational quality assessment. He said that the testing and evaluation of educational quality play an important role in ensuring training quality.


Dr. Nguyen Tien Dung expressed his gratitude to the delegation for this working visit and the precious experience about educational quality assessment and testing.


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By Minh Nhut

(TVU) - On the morning of May 20th, the closing ceremony of the 30th National Olympic Contest on Mechanics organized by Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam Mechanics Association and Vietnam Student Association was taken place at the Open University of Ho Chi Minh City with more than 1,000 participants from different provinces.   


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Nine TVU students participated in this contest this year and two of them including Tang Thien Tai and Pham Lam Vu got the consolation prizes.

Student Tang Thien Tai said: “This is a great opportunity for us to learn from each other and it helps us be more confident.”


This contest aims at promoting students’ studies and research, improving teaching and learning quality and seeking young talents on mechanics.  


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By Minh Nhut

(TVU) - On May 11, 10 Japanese companies offered the consultancy session of employment opportunity to over 200 TVU students in different fields of study including electricity, electronics, mechanical engineering, automotive technology, information technology and nursing.


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At the consultancy session, the students had been introduced the general information, policies and selection procedures of the companies before having interviews.   


Ms. Bui Thi Thanh Huong, Deputy Director of Hoang Ha Company highly evaluated the students’ interview performance. She added that the successful candidates will be offered a 8-month free Japanese course before their arrival to Japan.  


Mr. Nguyen Duy, Deputy Director of TVU Career Centre gave his big thanks to these companies for offering TVU students opportunities to work in Japan. According to the Career Centre, job fairs are frequently organized to meet the recruitment needs of companies as well as create job opportunities for TVU students.  


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By Minh Nhut

(TVU) - On May 10th, Tra Vinh University (TVU) held a formal meeting to commemorate the International Nurses Day at TVU main campus with the participation of leaders from Tra Vinh Provincial Health Department, TVU school of Medicine-Pharmacy and its students.


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At the meeting, Doctor Tran Quang Minh-the representative of the Health Department said: “The International Nurses Day is commemorated worldwide on annual May 12th to mark nurses’ contribution to society.”


Nguyen Thi Thu Van, TVU student in nursing major expressed: “I am very glad to become a nursing student because I am having opportunities to help patients.”


On the same day, Tra Vinh University organized the competition with the theme “Nursing Students: Intellectual Talent” attracting the enthusiastic participation of students in the medical field. The competition aimed at offering students great opportunities to foster and exchange their professional knowledge.  



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