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On December 23, VNUHCM-University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNUHCM-USSH) held Student’s Scientific Researches Award Ceremony 2016 at Hall D, Dinh Tien Hoang Campus.
At the ceremony, Dr. Ngo Thi Phuong Lan –Vice President of VNUHCM-USSH  expressed her appreciation for students’ scientific research works during last year. She also mentioned that apart from some faculties that have unceasingly high numbers of projects every year, such as Faculty of Literature and Linguistics, History, Geography, etc., other faculties of linguistic majors hardly involve in scientific researches. 

ImageAssoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi Hong Xoan presented first-prize winners of scientific researches 2016

Dr. Ngo Thi Phuong Lan added that besides academic feature, students should also notice both applicability and announcement of those researches. She pointed up: “It can be seen that there is almost no students’ scientific research being announced on international forums. Though our researching activities are generally well conducted, we did not gain sufficient valuation, mostly due to the limit in announcement. I suggest Office of Scientific Research and Project Management should consult about solutions for this shortcoming. Moreover, instructors for some excellent researches should refer these works to suitable journals, or even undersign these researching groups”.
    
Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tho – Head of Office of Scientific Research and Project Management, summarized that last school year, there were 105 students’ scientific researches submitted, with total supporting expenses reached 124 million dongs. During the ceremony, 94 research works were awarded, especially 10 individual first-prize winners, and 1 for group research.
   
The very first award at Vietnamese Studies was also presented to foreign students at the ceremony.          


ImageAssoc. Prof. Dr. Tran Thuy Vinh awarded Vietnam Studies prize for Korean students.

News, photos by Anh Vu  
 

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