FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENT’S ORIENTATIONS FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ACTIVITIES
The Faculty of Environment (Vietnam National University of Agriculture) has strengths in scientific research and technology transfer in the field of environment, especially biodiversity conservation, environmental quality assessment, environmental toxicology, waste water and urban waste treatment, environmental impact assessment, water resources management, GIS and remote sensing in planning and management of environmental resources, climate change. International cooperation is also a Faculty’s strength with many cooperation programs with International organizations and universities in Asia, Europe and America
To mobilize all scientists including lecturers from the faculty of environment and from research institutes inside and outside the University, consulting, cooperating in solving scientific and practical issues in research, transfer of environmental treatment technology, restoration and management of natural resources and environment in urban, industrial and rural areas.
The Resolution of the Congress of employees of the Faculty of Environment in 2017 issued the orientation of scientific and technological activities based on 6 in-depth research groups established by the Faculty and 2 strong research teams on resource and environmental management, and environmental engineering technology. Scientists, lecturers and research interests are gathered by in-depth research groups based on 6 key areas of the faculty (livestock waste management, climate change mitigation, environmental biotechnology, optimizing environmental treatment technologies, manufacturing environmental treatment materials and isolating and selecting environmentally friendly biological compounds) and completing tasks from the University and the society. The faculty’s lecturers formulate research proposals, internal group meeting and organize seminars to share research results and exchange with domestic and international organizations. Every year, the Faculty of Environment and the Department of Science and Technology evaluate all research results according to the faculty tasks and university’s scientific and technological regulations.