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Alumni from the Dept. of Geography Wins Bronze from Reimagine Education Award

Alumni of the Department of Geography, Hsu Hsiao-Ping and Hsu Ting Yu received a bronze medal of Reimagine Education Award, which was held by Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Quacquarelli Symonds on December 4th, 2017. Reimagine Education is a prestigious international competition rewarding innovative initiatives aimed at enhancing student learning outcomes & employability. It culminates in a global conference for those seeking to shape the future of education. Reimagine Education Award is known as the Oscar of Higher Education. Participation team comes from more than 1,000 top universities enterprises and research institutes.

MOU between the Dept. of Technology and Tesla

Chairman Chang Yue Shan from the Department of Technology and Application and Human Resources Development said that in this competitive market, T-shaped person, which means someone that have the depth of related skills and expertise in a single field. The horizontal bar is the ability to collaborate across disciplines with experts in other areas and to apply knowledge in areas of expertise other than one's own. The Department of Technology and Application and Human Resources Development is home to many T-shaped talents.

NTNU Alumni Yang Su Han Tops the First Prize at International Competition for Conductors

Su-Han Yang, a 28-year-old youth conductor and alumni of NTNU, received the first prize at the Grzegorz Fitelberg International Competition for Conductors on November 25th. He is the first Taiwanese that receive an award in that competition. In addition to 250,000 euro, invitations from lots of International orchestras awaits the award-winning conductor. Students and professor of the Department of Music, NTNU are happy for him. Yang is grateful that Prof. Apo Chin-Hsing Hsu led him to become a conductor.

Professors and Alumni of NTNU Assisted in Winning the 44th World Skills Competition

Taiwan received 4 Gold medal, 1 silver, 5 bronze and 27 honorable mentions at the 44th World Skills Competition. The gold medalists were trained by professors of NTNU and NTUST. The professors also served as the judge and expert at the 44th World Skills Competition.

2017 Taipei International Ink Painting Exhibition Took Place

Ink painting has become an important medium for cultural communication, which not only expresses the thoughts of the artist but also represents the generation, the society and the local culture.