A leadership conference and exhibition at the University of Danang drew several hundred attendees from across Southeast Asia as the first event in the Women in STEM Leadership Program — part of the Building University-Industry Learning and Development through Innovation and Technology Alliance. BUILD-IT, which was announced by President Barack Obama during his trip to Vietnam in June, is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Ho Chi Minh City, 12th December 2014, Intel Products Vietnam Co. Ltd, for the 3rd consecutive year, granted another 109 scholarships for 109 female students from 13 technical Universities and Colleges with total value of VND708 mil. The scholarship is part of Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) and has been implemented from 2012.
Take part in a one-year U.S. education experience at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, Arizona. ASU will sponsor candidates with Bachelor of Science degree from universities across Vietnam to complete a Master’s degree in either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU).
By occasion of International Women’s Day (March 8, 2014), HEEAP would like to congratulate and celebrate all women, especially our female participants throughout the years. Congratulations and thank you for all you do to make this world a better place! Below are two exemplary women engineers that have been part of our training cohorts at ASU.
The summer of 2013 saw HEEAP’s very first All-Female Vocational Cohort. 14 Female Vietnamese Engineering teachers from Cao Thang Technical College, Ho Chi Minh Vocational College of Technology and the Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City traveled to Arizona State University, where they spent four weeks completing HEEAP training.
The Higher Engineering Education Alliance Project (HEEAP) 2012 team from Cao Thang Technical College (CTTC) has been hard at work in Can Tho City this spring, encouraging young adults— especially women— to thrive in the field of engineering.