Tieng graduated from the Institute of Foreign Languages, Royal University of Phnom Penh, with a Bachelor of Education in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a Certificate of Professional Communication. She has been with CDRI since 2014, first as a research intern in the Economics Unit before being promoted to research assistant in the Education Unit. Through CDRI-University of Western Ontario research exchange and practical hands-on experience, she has built skills in events organisation, project budgeting, translation and transcription, literature review, fieldwork preparation, data collection and analysis, and report writing. Tieng’s main area of interest is higher education, especially issues such as the internationalisation and typology of higher education institutions, education quality, technology-enhanced learning, and skill gaps/mismatch.
CDR Volume 21, Issue 1, March 2017 English and Khmer In this issue: How do Cambodian Academic Leaders Define and Perceive Higher Education Internationalisation?; The Effects of Residents’ Participation on Their Perception of and Support for Community-based Ecotourism in Cambodia: A Structural Equation Modelling Approac ...
CDR Volume 21, Issue 4 Khmer & English In this issue: Cambodian Higher Education Diversity: Towards Differentiation or Homogeneity?; Contextualising the Dual Vocational Education and Training System: A Review of Approaches and Challenges; Economy Watch and CDRI Update.