NTNU, U of South Carolina seek to broaden exchanges
Representatives of National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and the University of South Carolina in the United States met on NTNU's campus last week to discuss broader cooperation between the two schools.
NTNU President Chang Kuoen (張國恩) and South Carolina Vice Provost Tim Doupnik came to a preliminary agreement during a half-hour discussion Thursday in which they drew up a list of common goals. Also in attendence were the heads of NTNU's Office of International Affairs, College of Sports and Recreation, College of Music, College of Social Sciences, Graduate Institute of Mass Communications, Graduate Institute of Social Work, Graduate Institute of Political Science, and College of Management.
The two schools are focusing on widening their exchange agreement and promoting academic interaction. Doupnik's visit allowed him to learn more about NTNU, its campus, and its academic environment.