International Vietnamese Academics Network

International Vietnamese Academics Network (iVANet.org) created to promote networking, collaborating, and building friendship for overseas Vietnamese professors and researchers in all disciplines. iVANet.org also aims to raise awareness of intellectual achievements of overseas Vietnamese and their contributions to the advancement of science and humanities. It contains autobiographies of overseas Vietnamese professors and researchers in various disciplines.

If you are an overseas Vietnamese professor or researcher (with PhD degree) and are not listed in our Directory, please use Add Profile to submit your profile. We are currently creating a separate database and search engine for graduate student level and for colleagues in Vietname. We will announce when it is ready.

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We also thank you for your comment and suggestion for further improvement of the site. Contact Us.


Founders:

Prof. Thanh N. Truong Trong Minh
Prof. Thanh N. Truong
University of Utah, USA
Trong Minh
Pride of the Vietnamese
(Ve Vang Dan Viet)

Comments

Thank you very much to you and Trong Minh for spending time to do this important work.


Chieu D. Tran
Plfetschinger-Habermann Professor
Department of Chemistry
Marquette University


I wholeheartedly support your important efforts on this. Thank you for including me.


Tran Ngoc Anh
Director of Vietnam Initiatives
Assistant Professor, SPEA, Indiana University


This is a great work. I also find it is very important that we have an academic network of Vietnamese in overseas.


P.Q. Phan, DMA, FAAR'98
Associate Professor of Music / Composition
Indiana University


Thank you so much for taking your time and efforts to help out with this website. It is great for the Vietnamese community overseas.


Hien M. Nguyen
Associate Professor of Chemistry
University of Iowa


I am very much supportive, despite being only a second generation half-Vietnamese, born in the UK in 1964 and therefore ever so slightly fraudulent!!


Jonathan Nguyen-Van-Tam MBE DM CSciCBiol FFPH FRCPath FRSPH FSB
Professor of Health Protection
University of Nottingham School of Medicine


You contribution to this site would inspire the future generations of Vietnamese American.


Howard Tran
Associate Professor of Arts
Department of Art, Lycoming College


Thanks for doing this. It is a great idea.


Helen Nguyen
Associate Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


I believe it is useful for younger and future Vietnamese generations. Nothing is more efficient than to follow good examples to motivate one-self.


Professeur Hung T. Diep
Vice-Présidenten charge du Développement International
Université de Cergy-Pontoise.


In my own opinion, Vintellect.net is a very useful not only for us but also for the Vietnamese communities, especially for young Vietnamese generations.


Dr. NGUYEN Thanh Binh
Chargé de Recherche
Centre de recherche de Gif
Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles – CNRS


Phuong cam on anh da lap ra Vintellect.net voi nhung muc dich rat tot dep.


Phuong Ngo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
Cleveland State University


It is a great website and your work is important to many overseas Vietnamese.


Christine Thu Nhi Dang
Assistant professor of Music
Department of Music, New York University


That's very nice to have a Vietnamese overseas connection like this. I hope to be connected and stay in touch.


Timothy Nguyen, PharmD, BCPS, CCP, FASCP
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Long Island University (AMS College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences)
Mount Sinai Kidney Center


Thank you very much for your effort in creating Vintellect. I'll spread the words around.


Liem Tran, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Geography Department
University of Tennessee at Knoxville


I have always wanted to connect with other Vietnamese scholars and this is a great outlet.


Kimberly Kay Hoang, PhD.
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Boston College

 
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