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2021.0427

Let's Flip! Global Village ENG the Class

The Office of International Affairs and Foreign Language Education Division of Common Core Education Committee held a meaningful event for international students to join and interact with local students from April 19 to 30. More than 80 international degree students and students from NTNU Mandarin Training Center participated in over 30 classes, talking about various issues including dining cultures, social issues, personal experiences, the history of the NTNU campus, etc.
2021.0423

NTNU and Kyushu University Held Workshop Together

As the key sister school of NTNU, Kyushu University has been involved with many activities with NTNU for the past few years. Last year, both universities send teachers abroad as exchange for the first time. Professor and Director of Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Investment and Asset Management Christine W. Lai went to Kyushu University Business School, QBS in the fall semester of 2020 for 15 weeks.
2021.0416

New Anti-cancer Organic Compounds for a More Eco friendly Organic Chemistry

The research of two PhD students Sundaramoorthi Sarathkumar and Veerababurao Kavala at the Department of Chemistry was published as the cover of the latest journal Organic Letters issued by American Chemical Society.
2021.0415

Scholars at NTNU Contribute to Findings of the Magnetic Fields at the Edge of M87’s Supermassive Black Hole

A new milestone made by black hole researchers! Scholars at the Department of Physics are part of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration team. Since its first black hole photo shot two years ago, they image magnetic fields at the edge of M87’s supermassive black hole.
2021.0415

Professor Sung Yao Ting of the Dept. of Educational Psychology and Counseling Awarded Academic Award

Knowing that education can change a person’s future, Vice President Sung Yao Tinghas dedicated his life to educational psychology, psychometrics, psychological testing and other related fields. He has more than 30 years of teaching experience and assist in the formulation of education policies. He was responsible for the exam questions of the The Basic Competence Test for Junior High School Students and Comprehensive Assessment Program for Junior High School Students. He experienced major revolutionary reforms in education while paying attention to the development of Mandarin Teaching in Taiwan. He assists in the promotion of the Test of Chinese Language Proficiency (TOCFL) to the world, and care about the education in remote areas. He established a PASSION teaching team (Program of Adaptive Screening, Streaming, and Instruction for Omni-directional Nurturing) and changed the lives of low-achieving children, and his many contributions made him a third time winner of the National Science Council Outstanding Research Award. On March 22, Vice Presient Sung received the 64th Academic Award of the Ministry of Education from Premier Su Tseng Chang.