he University of Cambodia is participating in a 3-year research project called CONTESSA, or Contemporary Teaching Skills for South Asia. CONTESSA’s goal is to establish a teacher education program that will ultimately equip current and future teachers with the skills needed to develop a wide range of teaching methods which they can in turn use to engage, empower and educate their students. In order to accomplish that goal, the European Union Commission has allocated a budget to purchase the necessary technical equipment for the project to succeed. The University of Cambodia would like to request a call for tenders for this project, with the information below.
31 July 2020: At the luncheon meeting today, Dr. Kao Kim Hourn, President and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of The University of Cambodia (UC), expressed his appreciation and admiration to both Dean Travis Michael Mitchell, Dean of Research and Director of Center for Research and Creativity (CRC), and Dr. Hu Ty, Dean of the College of Social Sciences (CoSS), for their respective and important contributions to UC’s development over the years.