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East-West Center Oral History Project : Patma Vityakon

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Title:East-West Center Oral History Project : Patma Vityakon
Contributors:Leber, Terese (interviewer)
Vityakon, Patma (interviewee)
Date Issued:22 May 2006
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Abstract:Patma Vityakon, born in Bangkok, went to New Zealand for her bachelor's and master's degrees in soil science on a Colombo Plan scholarship. Returning to Thailand in 1979, she immediately started teaching at the rural Khon Kaen University. Vityakon came to EWC in 1981 as a student grantee to get her Ph.D. studying the effects of soils on human nutrition. She was active in the EWC Participant Association and chaired the organizing committee for the 1984 International Fair.

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Description:Interviewed by Terese Leber, May 22, 2006 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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