Michael Hahn is a lecturer in the School of Humanities and Languages in Tan Tao University where he has been a faculty member since 2019.
Michael completed his undergraduate studies at Arizona State University and is currently a Master’s candidate at the University of Kansas. His master’s research interests lie in TESOL, ranging from theory to design to implementation.
Michael has served as Program Director for two international schools in South Korea and an international language program in HCMC. As a senior teacher in Korea, his classroom was awarded High Honors by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. As the director of an athletics program, he received accreditation from Accreditation International and MSA CESS.
Michael is the instructor for the popular Korean as a second language course in the School of Humanities and Languages, and he also teaches English at Tan Tao High School for the Gifted, Tan Tao University.
He currently lives in HCMC and loves the hustle and bustle of city life. His dream is to explore the entire country on his Honda and discover his new passion; Vietnam.