Twenty students and two professors from the School of Mechanical Engineering’s (SME) Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT), flew to Hanoi from Japan in late February to participate in a global project-based learning (PBL) collaboration with Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) and SME. The challenge of the project was to design and create a vehicle that was able to store and use its own energy and was capable of running a distance of exactly five meters.
Intel Products Vietnam granted 109 scholarships Friday, November 29, 2013, awarding female university and vocational students a total value of 708 million VND. Intel awards these Vocational Female Students Scholarships annually under the umbrella of the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP).
We are proud to announce the achievements of Dr. Phan Hong Phuong and Dr. Hanh Nguyen, who were selected among a small group of individuals to be 2013 Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) Visiting Scholars to serve as ambassadors from their country. They each had to demonstrate superior academic achievement and commitment to the educational and scientific development of Vietnam, with a proposed outlined development plan. The VEF is an independent U.S. government agency for professional development created by Congress.
The 2012 HEEAP University Program cohort completed its training in the continuing effort to modernize Vietnamese public education in engineering from purely theory-based instruction to active and applied learning techniques Friday, August 31.
Danaher Corporation’s subsidiaries Tektronix, Fluke and Keithley sign MOUs with five Vietnam Universities to help advance engineering education in Vietnam with $300,000 USD donation of equipment and faculty scholarships as part of the Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program