(All Vietnam) “My biggest achievement so far is nothing but the realization that one has to venture out and push one’s own limits”. That is sharing of Nguyen Hong Hai Dang – who won a highly prestigious Chevening Scholarship and became one of the most outstanding people of Vietnamese young generation.
Nguyen Hong Hai Dang was born in 1991 in Ho Chi Minh City. After high school graduation, he entered RMIT University Global and become Research Assistant for Ms Linda Brennan at RMIT’s Centre of Commerce and Management. She attended social study group and decided to apply for Professional Communication.
In 2012, Dang graduated Bachelor of Communication with Distinction. She had a new publication titled “Decision Making Dynamics within the Vietnamese Family Unit”. On Nov 2012, she got a new award of grant “RMIT Vietnam President’s Commendation” and “RMIT Vice – Chancellor’s List for Academic Excellent Award.
In 2013, Dang got Best Academic Poster Presentation, Questacon Australian National Museum Exhibition: Fascinating Science On The Move, RMIT University Vietnam
In 2014, Dang won “Best Academic Poster Presentation, RMIT University Poster Competition. On Jul 2014, she got “Chevening Scholarship and Recognition of Academic Excellent Scholarship” to study Master of Science degree in the social science of the Internet at Oxford – one of the top ten universities in the world, funded by British Government.
On February, she published “Social marketing and behavior change: models, theory and application” with her colleagues Linda Brennan, Wayne Binney, Lukas Parker, Torgeir Aleti. International Association for Media and Communication Research approved her research to present at the annual meeting in Montreal, Canada.
Dang is one of the most outstanding intellects, represents for Vietnamese young generation. Sharing experience to win a scholarship, she told that pursuing your dream is the most important factor.
Dr Lukas Parker, an Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Centre for Commerce and Management at RMIT University Vietnam said: “Dang is the type of opinion leader that is rare, both scholarly and with a natural aptitude to communicate her ideas to peers, academics and general public. She has the potential to be one of the future academic or social change leaders in Vietnam”