Public Administration Major / Vietnamese Minor
Linh Le is majoring in Public Administration here at CSUF, and earned a minor in Vietnamese in Fall 2015. She is currently the President of the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA), where she represents her organization and the Vietnamese American community on campus.
Besides VSA, Linh was also involved in her school’s student body (ASI) as an Elections Commissioner Assistant, which gave her an opportunity to organize a campus-wide election for CSUF ASI President, Vice President, and Board of Directors. With a sense of community, she is also involved with the Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce.
Linh is one of the many students that have been committed to the Vietnamese program at CSUF, and was honored to be a presenter at the CSUF Southeast Asian Legacies Symposium organized in March 2015.
Biology Major / Vietnamese Minor
Tim earned a B.S. in Biological Science in Spring 2016, with a concentration in Cell and Developmental Biology. He also holds two minors: one in Chemistry and the other in Vietnamese.
Tim has voluntarily participated in multiple international clinical mission trips and worked at several free dental clinics in California (LA Care Harbor clinic), Mexico (Flying Samaritans), and Vietnam (Project Vietnam Foundation) during the past few years. He spent three summers (2012-2015) helping the under-served communities in both Northern and Southern regions of Vietnam by assisting in dental procedures as well as translating for foreign dentists.
Additionally, Tim enhanced his Vietnamese fluency and deepened his understanding of Vietnamese culture during those trips. After graduation he wants to continue participating in dental mission trips to Vietnam. Ultimately, Tim plans to attend a dental school next year.
Health Science Major / Vietnamese Minor
Wilson is currently a major in Health Science. He earned a minor in Vietnamese in Spring 2015.
In March 2015, he served on the panel of the CSUF South East Asian Legacies Student Symposium and also presented at the 9th Annual Conference on Language, Literature, and Cultures hosted by the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures.
In 2009 and 2010, Wilson participated in humanitarian trips to Vietnam organized by Project Vietnam Foundation, a non-profit organization, which has volunteered to help hundreds of poor citizens in rural areas along with a group of medical doctors. During these trips he assisted doctors with translation and pre-screened patients.
In Southern California, he has also been participating in many charity events to help feed homeless people with his sister, Elsa Du, and her Girl Scouts troop.
In the future he aspires to become a medical doctor and hopes to have a chance to travel to poor places to help people. On weekends, Wilson works in a nursing home to assist elderly people.
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