Nguyen Van Hien

Vice President Hanoi National University of Education

Associate Professor, Doctor Nguyen Van Hien was born in 1975 in Lao Cai province. He works as a Vice President of the Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE) with more than twenty years of experience as a lecturer in the Biology Faculty at HNUE and more than ten years of working as HNUE's Chief Executive.

Dr Nguyen Van Hien graduated from HNUE in 1998 with a Bachelor of Agro–Biology (major in Genetics). He got a Master's Degree in Genetics at HNUE in 2001. In 2009, he successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled: "Developing ICT competencies for pre-service teachers of Biology".

Dr Hien has become a lecturer at the Faculty of Biology at HNUE since 1998. His teaching interest includes Biology Didactics; Using technologies in teaching; and STEM education.

Between 2003 and 2007, Dr Hien was a senior trainer of the Intel Teach Program in Vietnam. He also worked part-time as a master trainer of the Partners in Learning Program in Vietnam, a Microsoft's Education Program, from 2005 - 2008.

Currently, one of Dr Hien's responsibilities is building the development strategy of HNUE in the 4.0 era.

Dr Hien has published many publications: Journal papers, International Conference Papers, National Conference Papers, and Refereed Workshop Papers.


Leadership Summit Agenda Sessions

The University of the Future: Interrogating future business models for Higher Education

The Higher Education sector has experienced intense disruption and observed many changes in student behaviour in recent years. In this session, we'll be interrogating what universities must do in order to succeed within this new landscape. This session will focus on the importance of lifelong learning, professional development, and adaptable or flexible approaches to learning, all of which come together to create the university of the future.

Tuesday 11 October 14:55 - 15:25 HE Stream

Futures

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 14:55 10/11/2022 15:25 The University of the Future: Interrogating future business models for Higher Education

The Higher Education sector has experienced intense disruption and observed many changes in student behaviour in recent years. In this session, we'll be interrogating what universities must do in order to succeed within this new landscape. This session will focus on the importance of lifelong learning, professional development, and adaptable or flexible approaches to learning, all of which come together to create the university of the future.

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

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