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UEF students receive certificates for completing the “Sri’s Introduction To Innovation” course.


After three days of study and discussion, 6 UEFers participating in the international workshop “Sri’s Introduction To Innovation,” organized by the UEF Center of Project Design Education (PD) in collaboration with Kanazawa Institute of Technology (K.I.T - Japan), received certificates of completion. They impressed foreign experts with their creativity, language abilities, and professional ethics.


Accompanying and instructing the students in the formation and development of creative ideas, were Mr. Ito Meguru, Mr. Brent Wright, and Mr. Martin Wood, all of whom are SRI-certified trainers.

The workshop officially concluded after 3 days of implementation


Accordingly, UEFers presented their ideas, and the instructors selected the top 3 most preferred topics for the student groups to develop projects based on SRI International’s theories. The chosen topics include: (1) Mobile Fresh Scent (air purifier and mobile scent), which aims to improve air quality, protect the health of users, and provide relaxation and stress reduction through customizable fragrance options; (2) Vibration Alarm (alarm without noise), a solution to address the discomfort caused by loud alarm sounds by replacing them with vibrating alarms; and (3) Recover Me (medical application for office-related diseases), a healthcare application facilitates connections between doctors, healthcare professionals, and patients, focusing on diagnosing and treating common work-related conditions such as shoulder strain and back/spine pain.

Dr. Nguyen Xuan Hung - Director, Dr. Ha Le Thu Hoai - Deputy Director, UEF Center of Project Design Education presented certificates to the students


Those projects involve technological applications aimed at addressing public concerns related to physical and mental health protection. Throughout these projects, UEFers have demonstrated a strong spirit of academic exchange with their international friends.

At the same time, experts expressed their impression towards UEFers’ creativity, English communication skills, and serious working attitude.

Students received certificates after a 3-day learning course


During the last working session, Dr. Nguyen Xuan Hung - Director, UEF Center of Project Design Education presented certificates of workshop completion for 6 UEFers: Nguyen Vu Viet Hoang, Nguyen Luong Anh Tuan, Nguyen Thi Phuong Oanh (all from Faculty of Marketing), Tran Xuan Hoang (UEF International Institute), Nguyen Cao Dat (Faculty of Business Administration) and Truong Van Ha (Faculty of Finance and Accounting).

Throughout this program, it is believed that UEFers have broadened their horizon regarding creative innovation, enhancing language proficiency along with other working skills such as teamwork, creative thinking, critical thinking, presentation skills, etc. Moreover, by connecting with international friends, UEFers have enlarged their network for research and academic learning.  

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