NU Welcomes Vietnamese Delegates to Campus

October 30, 2013  |  by Michael Freedman

  • Fr. Maher

    The Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., receives a gift from Dang Thanh Tung.

  • Vietnamese Welcome Reception
  • Vietnamese Welcome Reception

Dr. Hung Le, vice president for international relations at Niagara University, is leading a management development program on public administration reform for a delegation of human resource administrators and directors from the Ministry of Home Affairs in Vietnam.

The Ministry of Home Affairs is responsible for all aspects of human resource management for the nation and work with all other ministries in Vietnam.

The Vietnamese delegation arrived in Niagara Falls Oct. 27 and will depart Nov. 8. During their stay, the group will attend presentations on numerous topics, including the role of human resource management in developing economically socially and ecologically sustainable organizations; the evolution of public human resource management systems and values in the United States; the strategy change cycle, an effective strategic planning approach for public and nonprofit organizations; and many others.

Additionally, the delegates will be visiting local companies and sites to see success stories firsthand. The group will spend Oct. 31-Nov. 2 touring New York City.

On Tuesday, Oct. 27, the Rev. James J. Maher, C.M., attended a welcome reception for the delegation at the Sheraton At The Falls Hotel in downtown Niagara Falls.

The Ministry of Home Affairs is an agency of the government, performing the state management of administrative organizations, the public sector, local government, administrative boundaries, officers and employees, state officials, associations and nongovernmental organizations; emulation and commendation religious; clerical state archives, youth and state management of public services in the field of management as prescribed by law.