2nd Conference

A/Prof Dr. Hoàng Anh Tuấn

Hoàng Anh
Tuấn

Hoang Anh Tuan (1976) is an associate professor of history, chair of urban history, and vice rector (academic, graduate, intl. programs) at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Vietnam National University, Hanoi). He received his Bachelor (1999) and Master (2001) from VNU-Hanoi, Advanced Master (2002) and Doctorate (2006) from Leiden University (Nederland). He is the author of Silk for Silver: Dutch-Vietnamese Relations, 1637-1700 (Brill, 2007) and World Trade and Vietnamese Integration, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries (VNU Press, 2016), Early Modern Southeast Asia, 1350-1800 (Routledge, 2016, co-editor)... His major research interests include early-modern Asian-European interactions; global history, urban history… He can be reached at tuan@ussh.edu.vn

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Affiliation: 
USSH, Vietnam National University Hanoi
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Dr. Lê Thùy Linh

Thuy Linh
Le

Le Thuy Linh, PhD (Education, Monash University, Australia) has been a lecturer at Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE), Vietnam since 1999. She is currently the head of the English department at Baxter Institute and teaching TESOL at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. She has been actively involved in English language training and teacher education through her work with various professional development projects in Vietnam and Australia over the last 18 years. Her research interests include Teacher Education and Teacher Identity, Pedagogy and Assessment in TESOL, Professionalism in ELT, and recently Vocational Training and Education (VET).

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Other
Affiliation: 
Hanoi National University of Education
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Prof Le Quang Thiem

Thiem
Le Quang
Keynote speaker
Affiliation: 
Linguistics Society of Vietnam
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His Excellency Allaster Cox

Allaster
Cox

 

Former Australian Ambassador to Vietnam

Mr Cox was most recently Assistant Secretary, Global Issues Branch in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Overseas, he has served as High Commissioner in Brunei Darussalam (2001-04), Deputy Head of Mission in Kuala Lumpur (1998-2000), First Secretary, later Counsellor in Jakarta (1992-96) and Third, later Second Secretary in Brunei (1988-1990).
In Canberra, Mr Cox was Assistant Secretary, United States Branch (2006-07), Assistant Secretary, Asia, Americas and Trade Branch, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (2004-06), Director, Indonesia Section (1997-98) and Director, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Section (1996-97).
Mr Cox holds Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics (Hons) degrees from the University of Sydney. He joined the public service in 1987. Mr Cox is married and has two children. He speaks Indonesian and Malay.
 

Keynote speaker
Other
Affiliation: 
Former Australian Ambassador to Vietnam
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Professor Phan Huy Le

Huy Le
Phan Dinh
Featured speaker
Affiliation: 
Uni. Social Sciences & Humanities
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Professor Phan Dinh Dieu

Dieu
Phan Dinh
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Affiliation: 
Vietnam National University, Hanoi
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A/Prof Pham Thanh Nghi

Nghi
Pham Thanh

Pham Thanh Nghi is Associate Professor and Acting Director of the Institute of Human Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. He holds a Master of Educational Administration from the University of New England (Australia) and a PhD. from the Academy of Pedagogy, Russia. He was a Fulbright Scholar at the State University of New York at Buffalo (1999-2000) and a Scholar of Japan Foundation at the University of Nagoya (2003-2004). He has published numerous articles on higher education management, with a focus on issues of quality assurance.

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Affiliation: 
Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
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Professor Grant Harman

Grant
Harman

 
Grant Harman is an Emeritus Professor of Higher Education and Director of the Centre for Higher Education Management and Policy at the University of New England. His research interests are mainly in higher education policy and management, particularly from a comparative perspective. Since 2002, he has coordinated the University of New England joint masters degree program in educational management. He is Editor-in-Chief of the refereed journal, Higher Education, published by Springer in the Netherlands.  He has worked as a consultant for the World Bank, UNESCO, IDP Education, SEAMEO RIHED, Australian Education International and the South African Vice-Chancellors’ Association.  In 2005, he worked as a consultant on the Second Vietnam Higher Education Preparation Project.  Currently, he is an international consultant within the Second Higher Education Project with responsibility for the development of governance structures for Vietnam's higher education system.
 

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Affiliation: 
University of New England
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Professor Martin Hayden

Martin
Hayden

Martin Hayden is Professor and Head of the School of Education at Southern Cross University.  He has published widely on higher education policy, with a focus on issues of governance and equity.  In 2005, he worked as a consultant on the Second Vietnam Higher Education Preparation Project, completing reports on the legislative and regulatory framework for higher education in Vietnam.  In 2007, he worked as a consultant for UNICEF, completing reports on the implementation of the Education Law in the Lao PDR.  In 2008, he was awarded an Australian Government Endeavour Executive Award, which enabled him to return to Vietnam for an extended period for data collection.  Currently, he is Team Leader for a consultancy within the Second Higher Education Project with responsibility for the development of a master plan for Vietnam's higher education system.

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Affiliation: 
Southern Cross University
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Professor Ilana Snyder

Ilana
Snyder

Ilana Snyder is a Professor in the Faculty of Education, Monash University. Her current position is Associate Dean Research. Ilana’s research has investigated the changes to social and cultural practices associated with the use of digital technologies and the implications for literacy education. Her most recent books are The Literacy Wars (2008), which examines the politics of the volatile media debates in Australia around literacy education and Closing the Gap in Education? (2010), co-edited with John Niewenhuysen, which explores the education of marginalised peoples and communities in southern world societies.

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Affiliation: 
Monash University
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