Pennsylvania State University came visit NTNU
Pennsylvania State University, which is a sister school to the National Taiwan Normal University, came to NTNU on November 7th and was led by Vice President Wu Cheng Chi and Chang Shao Hsi.
NTNU has been strongly connected to Pennsylvania State University for a long time, and there are more chances to interact. In August 2015, the Office of Student Affairs had visited the Pennsylvania State University. Both sides discussed about the rules for new students, camp planning and counseling. In March of this year, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction also visited the Department of Civic Education and Leadership Education and held a discussion session with the theme of curriculum teaching and cultural transmission.
Except the Vice-Chancellor, Vice-President and Vice-Chancellor David Smith, Senior Director of the University Health Center, Robin Oliver-Veronesi, Dan Murphy, Senior Director of Student Orientation and Training Programs, Dennis Heitzmann, Secretary of the Vice-Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, Barry Bram, Senior Director of the Students' Union and Student Activities Unit, arrived in Taiwan on Nov. 6. In addition to visiting Vice President Wu and other units of communication, they will visit the National Palace Museum, Shih Lin Night Market and other famous attractions in Taipei, experience the unique culture and customs of Taiwan.