Hue Duong is a doctoral student in Interpersonal and Health Communication. He earned his M.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Northern Iowa in 2009, his Master's degree in Development Studies from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Switzerland in 2005, and his B.A. from Hue University in 1998. He is a former Fulbright Scholar.
Hue has 10 years of professional experience in risk communication, community development and postwar victim assistance with various NGOs and UN agencies, including UNICEF, the Asia Injury Prevention Foundation, Peacetrees Vietnam, VVMF. He has taught for 6 years at the Department of Professional Communication, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, an Australian university. He also wrote feature articles for national newspapers and magazines in Vietnam.
Hue's research interests focus on health campaign messages and strategies. He is particularly interested in social norms, media effects and risk perceptions. He teaches COMM 1500 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication.