Vietnam Ambassador to Give Presentation at ASU

<p>MESA, AZ — The ambassador of Vietnam and his delegation will be making a stop in Arizona as part of a nationwide tour to improve trade opportunities and overall relations between the two countries.</p><separator></separator><p>While in Arizona, Ambassador Nguyen Tam Chien will visit with top Arizona State University administrators as well as give a presentation on Vietnam and Vietnam-U.S. relations to interested faculty, staff and students at noon, Oct. 4, at the Architecture South Building Room 15 on the Tempe campus.</p><separator></separator><p>Marley Chair and Professor of Agribusiness Clifford Shultz helped to organize this visit. Shultz has worked regularly in Vietnam for nearly 15 years; has served as a Fulbright Scholar there; frequently consults the United States and Vietnamese governments and businesses; has organized conferences on Vietnam in the United States and Asia; and currently serves as a Fellow at the Harvard-Vietnam Program.</p><separator></separator><p>&quot;I saw this visit as a good opportunity to bolster ASU's already strong reputation as an integral global player, especially in Asia,&quot; says Shultz.</p><separator></separator><p>In addition to making a stop at ASU, the ambassador plans to visit with Sen. McCain's staff.</p><separator></separator><p>For information on the ambassador's visit, contact Shultz at (480) 727-1242 or <a href=""></a>.</p><separa… are invited to attend the presentation at noon, Oct. 4, at the Tempe campus.</p><separator></separator><i><br /></i></p>