Lan Hoang

Lan Hoang

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Lan Hoang is a doctoral student of the Department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies (EAPS) at SUNY Albany and Doctoral Research Assistant at PROPHE. She completed her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from SUNY Buffalo in February 2010 under the Fulbright Foreign Student Program.  She also holds a Master in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

Prior to EAPS and PROPHE, Lan worked as an academic affairs manager at the Fulbright School, a Harvard Kennedy School’s center for public policy research and education in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. At the Fulbright School, she oversaw the Master in Public Policy (MPP) program’s admissions and outreach, and participated in the school’s strategic development toward an autonomous framework. Lan is also an experienced English teacher and a translator with several English – Vietnamese translation publications under her pseudonym Thai An.

Her current areas of interest include the evolution of the private sector and its role in reshaping the landscape of higher education (HE), HE institutional development as incentivized/disincentivized by public policy and in the context of the internationalization, and the impact of the diversification of HE providers (the appearance of more private providers and the commercialization of public providers) on students’ college choice and access.

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