Dr. Phan Triều Giang
Research Interests: Political ecology of natural resources; development theory; human ecology; third world development; people-centered approach of natural resource management, Vietnam Central Highlands
Phone: (08) 38963352
Email: giangpt at hcmuaf.edu.vn
Ph.D. Geography (Political Ecology; Development Studies), University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, 2009
M.Sc. Ecology, University of California at Davis, USA, 2001
B.Sc. Agronomy, Nong Lam University, Hochiminh City, Vietnam, 1994
East-West Center: Leadership Program (2006); University of Toronto: Research Proposal Writing (2006); Duke University: International Development Policy (1999); RECOFTC: Training Needs Assessment and Curriculum Development (1998); CRES and East-West Center: Human Dimensions of Sustainable Upland Resource Management (1996); RECOFTC: Rural Systems Analysis and Rapid Rural Appraisal (1995).
· Environmental and Social Impacts Assessment in Forestry Projects
· Field Research and Practicum in Social Forestry
· Communication and Natural Resource Co-management
· Participatory Rural Appraisal and Rapid Rural Appraisal (PRA/RRA)
· English in Forestry
· Research Proposal Writing
Phan, G. T. (2009). Brewing Development: Coffee and Livelihoods in the Central Highlands, Vietnam. University of Hawaii, Honolulu (Ph.D. dissertation).
Phan, G. T. (2001). A Study of Rice Landraces of the Mnong People in the Central Highlands, Vietnam. University of California, Davis.
Gomiero, T., Pettenella, D., Phan, G. T., & Paoletti, M. G. (2000). Vietnamese Uplands: Environmental and Socio-Economic Perspective of Forest Land Allocation and Deforestation Process. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2, 119-142.
Hoang, T. X., Vo, T. V., Phan, G. T., & Klong, B. (1998). Local Food and Vegetable Species of the Chil in Lam Dong. In T. X. Hoang (Ed.), Indigenous Knowledge of Upland Peoples in Agriculture and Natural Resources Management (pp. 111-132). Hanoi: Agricultural Publishing House (in Vietnamese).
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Vietnam Education Foundation Fellowship, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-2009
East-West Center Fellowship, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-2007
Fulbright Fellowship, University of California at Davis, 1999-2001
Student Marshal, Mid-year Commencement Exercise, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2008
Vietnam Education Foundation Conference Grant, Association for Asian Studies 60th Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2007
Challenges of the Agrarian Transition in Southeast Asia (CHATSEA), Toronto University and East-West Center Travel Grants, 2006
Kenneth Holland Research Award, Institute of International Education, 2000
Regional Community Forestry Training Center (RECOFTC) Research Grant, 1997
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Nhập ngày : 29-09-2009
Điều chỉnh lần cuối : 15-01-2010
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