Have a strong knowledge of the subject area combined with abroad subject background enabling contributions to teachingprograms.Have good experience in experiential leaning methods such asTBL (Team-based Learning), PBL (Project-based Learning), ABL(Action-based Learning) and can successfully employ them in allcourses.Have a strong record of research accomplishments or potentialfor future accomplishments (research track)Have a high spirit and strong passion for education;demonstrate distinction and/or strong potential in research; Agileto embrace changes and take on new challenges; open-minded to newand different environments; team-player willing to contribute toorganizational goals and initiativesExcellent written and verbal communication skills inEnglish.COMPENSATIONSThe salary and benefits are internationally competitive andcommensurate with qualifications and experience.HOW TO APPLYPlease apply via http://apply.interfolio.com/83906 and send (1) acover letter, (2) a resume, (3) a teaching statement, (4) aresearch statement; and (5) two recommendation letters. In doingso, remember the following:Indicate in your cover letter whichfield, rank, and track you are applying for.Your resume should include a list ofall courses you have taught with the teaching/student evaluationoutcomes.Your teaching statement shouldspecify teaching methods you have used in your courses and plan touse in your future courses (i.e., lecture, cases, flippedclassroom, team-based learning, service-based learning,community-based learning, etc.).Your research statement shouldinclude the primary theme(s) of your past and current research andthe theme(s) of your intended future research.Consideration of candidates will occur on a rolling basisbeginning April2021 and will continue until thepositions are filled.The desired start date is August 2021,subject to negotiation, to allow sufficient time for your coursepreparation for the upcoming fall semester. If you currently resideoutside Vietnam, please indicate in your coverletter whether you can relocate to Hanoi, Vietnam intime (by September as latest). If not, please specify when youcan.We thank all applicants for their interest. Please note thatonly those candidatesselected for interviews will becontacted. LIVING AND WORKING IN HANOI, VIETNAMWork permit: VinUniversity will assist in and provide advicefor obtaining the necessary paperwork needed for employment inVietnam (visa, work permit, insurance, etc.). However, it is yourresponsibility to ensure that you can satisfy all the paperrequirements in a timely manner.According to Vietnamese Law, expatriates are required to submitall necessary documents for a work permit on the first day inVietnam. For more information about the necessary documents,please refer to the information in this link.Living costs: Vietnam has a comparatively low cost of livingand expatriates can live a very comfortable life here with amoderate expenditure.ABOUT VINUNIVERSITYVinUniversity (VinUni: https://vinuni.edu.vn/) is the firstprivate, not-for-profit Vietnamese university established based oninternational standards. The university integrates the models ofexcellent international universities with the unique cultural andeconomic characteristics of Vietnam, to make a breakthrough inVietnamese higher education and to become a world-classuniversity.VinUni has strategic collaborations with the world’s leadinguniversities, including Cornell University and the University ofPennsylvania. These universities have become close advisors andcrucial enablers in establishing the three colleges at VinUni:College of Business and Management, College of Engineering andComputer Science, and College of Health Sciences. Every aspect ofthe University: its curricula, research, faculty, student body,facilities, and campus life, is being developed to meet the higheststandards set by the world’s leading accrediting and rankingorganizations, such as ABET, AACSB, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) andTimes Higher Education (THE).VinUni’s founding benefactor Vingroup is one of the biggestprivate conglomerates in Asia with the largest marketcapitalization value in Vietnam. As a multisector corporation,Vingroup focuses on three main areas: Technology; Industrials; andProperty Services. VinUni is proud to be a part of the Vingroupecosystem, giving its students opportunities to connect withseveral high quality research institutes (such as VinAI, VinBrain,and Vin BigData), pioneering industrial enterprises (such asVinSmart and VinFast), and leading Vietnamese companies (such asVinpearl, Vincom Retail, Vinmec, and Vinhomes)PRESSVNExpress >> VinUniversity’s First Convocation DayForbes Vietnam >> VinUniversity’s First Convocation DayVietnamnews >> VinUniversity inaugurates its first academic yearVietnamnet >> VinUniversity achieves QS 5-star rating standardsCornell Chronicle >> VinUnversity’s Founding Provost – Professor Rohit VermaCornell Daily Sun >> Cornell-Vingroup’s collaborationVietnam Economic Times >> Cornell-UPenn-Vingroup’s collaborationVietnam News >> VinUniversity creates breakthrough in Higher EducationqualityPenn News >> UPenn extends its global reach to improve health care education inSoutheast AsiaPhiladelphia Business Journal >> Penn Medicine extends global reach to VietnamForbes >> Vietnam’s Mega conglomerate starts its own university to overcometalent shortage THE COLLEGE OF HEALTHSCIENCESThe College of Health Sciences (CHS) aims to advance heath carein Vietnam and the world through leading education, innovativeresearch and technology. Our mission is:Committed to developing world-class research and providingoutstanding health care educationTo pioneer the country’s health sciences education andreformTo attract and develop healthcare leaders to advance healthsciences locally and globally.Our strategic partner within Vingroup is Vinmec HealthcareSystem – the leading private, not-for-profit health care providerin Vietnam, which currently encompasses 7 hospitals and 4outpatient clinics throughout Vietnam (with more than 1,600 beds),together with its medical research institutes and centers. Vinmecis the only healthcare provider in Vietnam offering 2 hospitalswith Joint-Commission International (JCI) accreditation (in Hanoiand HoChiMinh city). The Vinmec Times City in Hanoi is our primaryteaching hospital for College of Health Sciences. It received thefirst JCI accreditation in 2015, the re-accreditation in 2018 andis currently the only teaching hospital in Vietnam with JCIrecognition.With a vision to advance health care through research, theCollege of Health Sciences will also offer research opportunitiesin all our programs and provide a supportive research environmentfor our faculty and students. Taking advantage of being in theecosystem of Vingroup with a number of technology and serviceoriented companies such as Vinpearl, VinHomes, VinFast, VinSmart,etc., the College will cooperate closely with these companies inresearch to create breakthrough technology & healthcareproducts and solutions.Currently, the College offers undergraduate degree programs inNursing and Medicine while there are three residency programoffered i.e. in Internal Medicine, Surgery and Pediatrics. All ofthe health sciences programs are competency-based, developed withUniversity of Pennsylvania’s technical support. With UPenn’scertified and validated curricula, world-class international andVietnamese faculty members, modern pedagogical approaches, andinfrastructure at the forefront of technology, we will prepare ourstudents to become healthcare leaders, innovators and scientistswith entrepreneurial mindset and as prospective agents of change inthe future.POSITION RESPONSIBILITIESREPORT TO: VICE DEAN,RESEARCHAs a faculty member of CHS, the candidate will be required toteach epidemiology, population health, medical research methodologycourses for undergraduate and graduate students.The successful applicant will also devote his/her effort toproviding epidemiological and methodological leadership andexpertise as a member of the Population and Clinical Researchprogram of the VinUniversity/ Vinmec Healthcare System ResearchConsortium.KEY SELECTION CRITERIAHave a Ph.D. in epidemiology or a related field.Ability (or great potential) to lead population scienceresearch, strong quantitative and methodological skills, and theability to sustain an independent or collaborative researchagenda.
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Aasrodeen Shaw won the Club President/Shafura Hussain Memorial Foundation golf tournament on Saturday at the Lusignan Golf Club. Shaw, the LGC treasurer, was on top of his game with superb putts aided by the excellent conditions which saw him edging out the competition.Shaw led the field with a 66/17 while Lekhnaraine ‘Mahesh’ Shivraj came painstakingly close with 67/18.Patrick Prashad 70/9 was third. Dr. Philbert London, 71/20; Brian Hackett 72/18; Lakeram Ramsundar 73/11; Shanella London 73/16; Bholawram Deo 73/17; Esau Shamshudin 73/20; Papo Haniff 74/9; Roy Cummings 74/11; Gavin Todd 74/19 and Clifford Reis 74/23 were the other exceptional players that finished in that order.Skill prizes for Nearest to the Pin and Best Gross, were won by Bholaram Deo (8 feet) and Patrick Prashad (79) respectively. So far this year, despite many attractive prizes for a hole-in-one, someone is yet to win that prize.Captain Chatterpaul ‘Chen’ Deo expressed gratitude for the president’s initiative in sponsoring the tournament, while veteran golfer Esau Shamshudin represented the president at the prize-giving ceremony.
President of the Ghana Football Association, (GFA) Kwesi Nyantakyi, will have to fend off challenge from three other candidates for the Zone West B Confederation of African Football (CAF) Executive Committee slot.GNA Sports can confirm that Nyantakyi will be up against Benin’s Anjorin Moucharafou, Togolese’ Tata Avlessi and Hima Souley of Niger for the slot when delegates gather for the 32nd Ordinary General Assembly next month.The GFA President is slugging it out to succeed retiring Togolese incumbent, General Seyi Memene when delegates from 53 national associations congregate at the session slated for Khartoum, Sudan on Wednesday, February 23.Nyantakyi will face the stiffest competition from Moucharafou who is regarded as the favourite to the throne due to his closeness and personal relationship with the CAF President, Issah Hayatou.The Ghana FA President will be hoping to succeed where former three times African Football of the Year, Abedi Ayew Pele failed when he succumbed to West African Football Union (WAFU) President, Amos Adamu at the January 22 Congress in Tunis when the latter beat the Ghanaian by 12 votes for the same position in 2004.Ghana qualified for the last two FIFA World Cups in Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010 under the Presidency of Nyantakyi, a member of Africa Cup of Nations Organizing Committee and Executive Member of WAFU. Source: GNA