A group of 22 students and two professors from Bridgewater State University (BSU) in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, USA, visited Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) to discuss and work with PUC students in a three weeks project on the topics of Water Sanitation and Empowering Youth run by Dr. Srey Sun Leang.
Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) has the great honor to be the only institution in Phnom Penh to host a two day international conference on the topic of Building thoughtful collaborations to help overcome regional problems of poverty. At the conference, many speakers of national and international prominence present their research to Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP).
On December 23, 2014, a delegation from Xi’an University of Arts and Sciences (XUAS) visited Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) to strengthen Academic cooperation between the two universities.
On December 22, 2014, Dr. Alison Ung of the School of Chemistry and Forensic Science from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia visited Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) to discuss the possibility of cooperation and joint research projects between the two universities.
About 150 participants from Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) and seven other Cambodian universities participated in a forum on Leadership transformation. The purpose of the forum was to share knowledge and experience among peers in learning success, leadership, and volunteer activities.
Understanding bird conservation means understanding ecology. On Saturday July 19, the Faculty of Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering of PUC opened an environmental talk on the birds of Cambodia. Students and public were welcomed to ask questions.
Never Fall Down, a novel by Patricia McCormick, tells the true story of the Cambodian Living Arts Founder, Arn Chorn Pond, when he was a child during the time of the Khmer Rouge regime.
On Tuesday June 10th, PUC had the great honor to host a special event organized by the British Embassy-Phnom Penh entitled, End of Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Sexual violence is not an evitable part of war. In September 2013, the UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague, launched the Declaration of Commitment to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, to which two-thirds of UN member countries, including Cambodia, have joined. The Declaration is an action oriented initiative which expresses a shared commitment and determination to see an end of the use of rape and sexual violence as weapons of war.