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Hoang-Phuc Pham is a PhD student in Polymer Science at the University of Connecticut. He was born in Vietnam and spent six years in Taiwan for his undergraduate and master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering at the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. In addition to research, he is enthusiastic about helping PhD peers become more productive and overcome the shared difficulties of a PhD journey. Hoang-Phuc is especially interested in the arts of multidisciplinary communication and storytelling, recognizing their increasing relevance, even though formal education often neglects these vital skills.

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