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RMIT NEXT Forum Vietnam – The role of universities in creating public good

A fantastic first online panel session on 29 April out of Vietnam on the purpose of international universities in contributing to public good in the region.

Read on for replays of the two sessions as well as key takeaways.

RMIT NEXT FORUM (MORNING): THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES IN SHAPING PUBLIC GOOD

Thanks to host Layton Pike and panellists Professor Vishaal Kishore, Professor Rick Bennett and external guest author and Chair of the Australia Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue, Cat Thao Nguyen.

Next Section: RMIT NEXT FORUM (AFTERNOON): THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES IN SHAPING PUBLIC GOOD

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