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Scholars Gather at International Learning Sciences Forum in NTNU

The International Learning Sciences Forum "International Trends for AI and Big Data in Learning Sciences” held by Institute for Research Excellence in Learning Science NTNU took place from July 11th to 13th. Renown scholars are invited to explore the latest research findings and future trends in artificial intelligence and big data learning in theoretical research in learning science, education practice and education industry. About 180 scholars attended this forum and discussed about the future development and trend of learning science. President Wu Cheng Chih, Chair Professor Tsai Chin Chung, who is also the Dean of College of Learning Science, Professor of Educational Psychology Janice Gobert from Rutgers University and Stephen J.H. Yang from National Central University attended the opening ceremony.

3 Gold 7 Silver 1 Bronze by NTNU Athletes in 2019 Universiade

The 13-day Summer Universiade Napoli 2019 ended on July 14th. Athletics from NTNU have made an impressive performance, earning 3 gold, 7 silver and 1 bronze for Taiwan, accounting for 1/3 of medals. President Wu, who lead the team to Italy, recognized the hard work of the athletes and their top performance.

A Step of Internationalization of NTNU, Signing with European Universities

Over the years, our students have shown strong interest in western universities when it comes to exchange programs. One of our important strategies in making NTNU a more internationalized university is to bond with European universities. In late June, President Wu Cheng Chih, Vice President Frank Yung-Hsiang Ying, Library Director Ke Hao Ren, Chair of the Department of Chinese as a Second Language and Associate Chen Jenn Yeu and Vice President Liu Yi De visited several prestigious universities in France and Germany including University of Bordeau, Aix-Marseille University and Paul Valéry University, Montpellier III in France, and University of Bayreuth in Germany.

Asia Pacific Forum for Science Talented kicks off at NTNU on JUL 6 2019

The Fifth Asia Pacific Forum for Science Talented (APFST) will kick off this Saturday (July 6 2019) in National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). The six-day forum includes teacher forum featuring Infusing Leadership into Science Teaching, hands-on projects, and numerous cultural events. Each participating country or region sends a delegation of six students and two teachers or officials as group leaders.

A fruitful Course given by NTNU and UBC Professors

This event was held by Prof. Su Jung from the English Department with Professor of Classics and chair of Literature Humanities Gareth Williams and Associate Director University Committee on Asia & the Middle East (UCAME) at Columbia University Rachel E. Chung for a dialog across time and space. Other professors from the English Department including Dean Chern Chiou Lan of the College of Liberal Arts, Prof. Lucy Nicholas from King’s College and phD students Scott Faul and Linda from GITI also attend this event.