Tag Archives: Vietnam

TROY student, adopted at 6 months old, returns to birth city for conference

October 20, 2016
By Greg Phillips

Adopted at just 6 months old, Kaitlin Beyler had never seen her homeland.

In August, the sophomore biomedical sciences major stepped foot in the city of her birth for the first time, as part of a week-long leadership conference in Hanoi, Vietnam.

“I never got the chance to go back, just because it was so…

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TROY students attend leadership symposium in Vietnam

October 11, 2016
By Greg Phillips

Three Troy University students recently took part in the seventh University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Dinh Tran Mai Khanh and Dao Tri Duc, seniors and global business majors at two of TROY’s teaching sites in Vietnam, and Troy Campus sophomore bio-medical sciences major Kaitlin Beyler attended the symposium, which was attended by more…

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TROY Vietnam Alumni Chapter volunteers at orphanage

September 1, 2016
By Matt Clower

Troy University alumni continue to make positive impacts on their communities all around the world.

Members of the TROY Vietnam Alumni Chapter recently spent time volunteering at Saint An’s Orphanage located in Bui Chu, Nam Dinh City. The group delivered gifts of rice, snacks and children’s books to the nearly 100 orphans, many of whom have…

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