The Centre for Development Studies and Education is an inter- and multi-disciplinary social science research centre set up by the Institutes of Social Sciences (ISS) under Hanoi National University, Vietnam.
The Centre was established on January 10th 2012 by the Decision No. 111QĐ-ĐHSPHN-TCCB of the President of Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE). It aims to promote a national reputation based on the quality of its work and its commitment to applying academic information in order to address national challenges especially in capacity building, education reform and poverty elimination – to inform as well as to influence.
The slogan of the CDSE is “academic information- practical knowledge”. ‘Academic information” refers to the information and evidence collected and generated from research and development studies. The vision is to transform such information into ‘’practical knowledge’’ through workshops, seminars, training courses, demonstrations, mentoring, functional consultations and development policy recommendations. Through the key activities, CDSE will contribute to the process of knowledge production and human development in Vietnam.
Board of Directors
Mr. Nguyen Tuong Huy, Director
Lecturer, Faculty of Geography, HNUE
Ph.D Candidate (Human Geography), University of Sydney, Australia
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Tel: (+84) 948342482
Nguyen Tuong Huy has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Geography, Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE), Vietnam since 1996, and is currently a PhD Candidate at University of Sydney, Australia. He completed his first MSc in Political and Economic Geography at HNUE in 1999 and his second MSc in Rural development management – an International Programme – at Khon Kean University, Thailand in 2002. His research interests cover the fields of human geography and development studies, especially in rural resources use and management for sustainable development, rural livelihood change, rural poverty and inequality.
Huy’s ongoing research project in Australia is about poverty and wealth implications of coastal fisheries transitions in Vietnam. His research is funded by a four-year overseas scholarship from the Vietnamese Government and his fieldwork in Vietnam is supported by the ChATSEA project (Challenge of the Agrarian Transition in Southeast Asia), a Canadian-funded project.
Ms. Le Thuy Linh, Co-Director
Lecturer, Faculty of English, HNUE
Ph.D Candidate (Education), Monash University, Australia
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Tel: (+84) 904262456 - (+61) 430450456
Le Thuy Linh has been a lecturer at Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE), Vietnam since 1999, and is currently a PhD Candidate at Monash University, Australia. She completed her MA in TESOL in 2004 at Vietnam National University, Hanoi. She has been actively involved in English language training and English Language teacher education through her work at HNUE and with various teacher development projects in Vietnam. Her main research interests are English Language Education, Teacher Education, Teacher identity and Professionalism in ELT.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Thu Hoai, Vice –Director
Lecturer, Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, HNUE
Tel: (+84) 912598119
Nguyen Thi Thu Hoai worked for Youth Union’s Office of HNUE from 2002 to 2012, and has recently become a lecturer at Faculty of Vietnamese Studies, HNUE. She got her MA in Vietnamese literature at HNUE in 2006 and completed her PhD in Philology at Beijing Normal University of Education, China in 2012. Her main research interests are about culture, modern literature and culture of Vietnam, Vietnam education in the integration period.
Board of Directors
1. Prof.Dr. Nghiem Dinh Vy, Head of ISS, HNUE
2. Prof.Dr Nguyen Viet Thinh, Director of Centre for Applied Geography, HNUE
3. Prof.Dr. Phillip Hirsch, Director of AMRC, University of Sydney, Australia
4. Dr. Robert Fisher, Senior Lecturer, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney, Australia
5. Dr. Phan Le Ha, Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Australia - visiting professorship, the Institutes of Education, Reading University, UK
6. Assoc/Prof.Dr Chaicharn Wongsamun, Chairman of MRDM, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
7. Assoc/Prof.Dr Buapan Prompaking, Faculty of Humanity and Social Sciences, KKU, Thailand
8. Mr. Philip W.K. Chan, Director of HKFEW, Hong Kong
PhD candidate, Monash University
The Centre was established and run by capable staff of HNUE, who were trained at prestigious international academic institutions, who are able to make succesful connections with international partners, who have the ability and flexibility to work and adapt to an international working environment