The 1st Student Scientific Research Conference of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities in 2020
On October 24, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) organized the first Student Scientific Research Conference in 2020.
Attendees of the conference were MA. Pham Thi Ha Thuong, Dean of faculty, lecturers and students. The conference was also joined by MA. Trinh Minh Tuan, representative of Department for Management of Science & Technology Development.
4 excellent scientific research works were presented at the conference, including:
- Awareness and behavior of classifying domestic waste of students today, by the group of Tran Duong Chan Huy, Chiem Thanh Tuan, Nguyen Huynh Tho under the instruction of Dr. Dang Thi Kim Phung.
- Awareness and behavior of using applications on smartphones of tourists related to tourism services in Ho Chi Minh City, by the group of Tran Van Qui, Nguyen Kieu Lam, Lam Thi Huyen Tran under the instruction of Dr. Nguyen Minh Huan and MA. Pham Cong Danh.
- The effect of mutual groups on health issues among people living with HIV in Ho Chi Minh City, by the group of Doan Hong Son, Huynh Bich Du, Le Thi Anh Thu under the instruction of MA. Nguyen Thi Phuong Linh.
- The article LGBTQIA + at the Blue Sky Club in Ho Chi Minh City, by the group of Nguyen Phi Hien, Bui Mai Sinh under the instruction of Dr. Do Xuan Ha and MA. Nguyen Thi Phuong Linh. The article was published in the journal ranked 6th (Q3), under the ISI category.
At the conference, a discussion on “From idea to research topic” occurred among speakers including Dr. Dang Thi Kim Phung; Dr. John Hutnyk, research lecturer; and MA. Nguyen Hieu Tin, Head of Tourism Major, under the Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities. The guest speaker was MA. Nguyen Van Cu, Deputy Director of Disability Research & Capacity Development Center (DRD), lecturer of Nguyen Tat Thanh University.
The speakers shared a lot about the direction of scientific research for students, the strengths of students when participating in researching international topics, notices when conducting scientific research, and etc.
Over the years, TDTU has always created opportunities for undergraduate students to directly participate in research to promote dynamism, creativity, and independent scientific research ability among students.