“What is Culture made of? Bacteria, Gene, Brain and what more?”
Dr. Mai Phuong-Mai Nguyen
An incredible opportunity for anyone wanting to learn the latest insights of how global management and intercultural communication is impacted by the most recent discoveries from biology in the areas of genetics and neuroscience. Dr. Mai is not only one of the foremost experts in this complex and emerging field, she is a dynamic lecturer that makes her research insights accessible to audiences.
WHEN: Wednesday 22nd of January
TIME: 14:00- 15:30
WHERE: Veera Kidajathorn Hall (Library)
All are welcome!
Jointly presented by International Affairs, Faculty of Humanities, the International College and the Institute of Religion, Culture and Peace and the Center for Social Impact
Phuong-Mai Nguyen involves in diverse research projects. Her research interests include Neuroscience, Diversity Management, Asian corporate culture, Middle East and Islamic culture, Face-work negotiation, and Instructional Design. She sits on several research advisory boards, including ELLTA (Leadership and Learning in the Asian century).
Phuong-Mai Nguyen holds a Master in Educational Science and Curriculum Design from Twente University, and a PhD in Intercultural Communication from Utrecht University, The Netherlands. She recently completed a MSc in Applied Neuroscience from King’s College, London, U.K. With her own company Culture Move, she works closely to many businesses and companies to whom she delivers tailor-made training programs. Since 2015, she also coaches diverse governmental bodies on Radicalization