Meet the Specialists
Dr. Hung P. Le
Vice President for International Affairs
Areas of Expertise: Vietnam, Developing International Partnerships, Southeast Asia
Dr. Le works with faculty and administrators to coordinate Niagara’s wide range of global partnerships and programs. He serves as a senior liaison tasked with enhancing the global perspective of the NU community and international student recruitment, as well as establishing international partnerships and hosting international visitors on campus.
Dr. Le comes to NU from Hanoi, Vietnam, where he has been partner and general manager of L&L Consulting Ltd., which provides consulting services to international companies in several industries, including education and hospitality management.
He has also served as president and chief executive officer of The Olympia Schools, (Hanoi, Vietnam – grades 1-12), a bilingual, private school for which he developed an American curriculum applicable to Vietnam’s educational standards.
From 2002 to 2007, Dr. Le served as assistant dean of the graduate division of arts and sciences at St. John’s College – St. John’s University, where he assisted and managed 13 graduate programs within the College of Arts and Sciences, including doctoral and master’s programs. During that time, he also served as the director of Vietnam initiatives for St. John’s, developed a bilateral relationship between St. John’s University and the Hanoi University of Education, and instituted a master’s degree program in school psychology at HNUE in 2007.
Dr. Le has won a number of awards and was the youngest recipient of the Vinh Danh Nuoc Viet Award (Vietnam National Award), which is presented to Vietnamese overseas who have made major contributions to the development of Vietnam.
Dr. Le holds a doctor of arts in modern world history from St. John’s University (2005), a master of arts in East Asian studies, also from St. John’s University (2005), a master of arts in developmental psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University (1995), and a bachelor of arts in psychology from St. John’s University (1993).