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Protected Areas Management: Factors Influencing Decisions of Tourists

Dr. Michael G. Sorice, Assistant Professor in the Department of Forest Resources & Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech, visited PUC-SR January 2016. Understanding the economy of Siem Reap is married to tourism, Dr. Sorice presented “Protected Areas Management: Factors Influencing Decisions of Tourists” to students majoring in Business Administration and…

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Personality, Ego, Personal Unconscious and Self-Esteem

After 15 years of regular visits to Cambodia Dr. Frederic Hurteau, psychologist from Canada, has established a strong link with local people. PUC-SR is one his favorite places to visit. Dr. Hurteau presented “Personality, Ego, Personal Unconscious and Self-Esteem” in an undergraduate Heath Education class. Also in a Fundamentals of Commutation class, he appropriately addressed…

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Lecture on “Understanding the Numbers Behind Your Business”

John Balsam, the new Director of the Northwest Montana Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Flathead Valley Community College in Montana presented “Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners, Understanding the Numbers Behind Your Business.” Attended by more than 50 students, the lecture was very interactive. Local businesses and university faculty likewise benefited…

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International Science Program with Meisei Univeristy, Japan

A 4-day collaborative “Science Program/Communication, Preparation, & Presentation” was hosted on campus for students of PUC-SR and Meisei University of Japan. The first three days were dedicated to discussion, training, organizing, and shopping in the local markets for the science materials. On the final day of the program, the team…

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Students Visit Japan On J-CaJa Exchange Program

Congratulations to Nguon Sothea, Khin Sokmalina, Rous Sokhom, Vudh Phasokcetta, and Yet Yon who participated in the Joint Cambodia Japan (J-CaJa) Exchange Program in Japan 07-16 December 2015. The students visited Kansai University, local elementary schools including Kansai University Elementary School, middle schools, high schools, and Japanese NGOs. While in Japan…

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20th Annual Angkor Wat International Half Marathon

“Runners from all over the world participate to support a ban on the manufacture and inhumane use of antipersonnel mines.  Entry fees and additional financial support foster independence among landmine victims by helping provide prosthetic limbs, social reintegration programs, and supporting other relevant and needed programs such as education and…

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