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NTNU Excels at QS World Ranking 2019

The latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 was announced by Quacquarelli Symonds on February 27th. Three subjects from NTNU are within top 50 of the world, they are Library and Information Management, ranked at 30th, Education and Linguistics, both ranked at 43rd. This is an embodiment of NTNU’s work on Internationalization and cross disciplinary collaboration. Traditional subject is reinforced with latest technology, making NTNU full of academic energy.

Students of the Department of Special Education visited UT-Austin

The Department of Social Education of NTNU and Texas University at Austin have been closely connecting in recent years. Prof. Chiu Chun Yu lead a team of students for an oversea visit to Department of Special Education, UT-Austin, Texas Center for Disability Studies and Texas transitions conference.

Wu Chia Ying Got Silver at World Cup shooting competition, entering Tokyo Olympics

Taiwanese sport shooter Wu Chia Ying, also a master student at the Department of Athletic Performance NTNU, came to 2nd with a total score of 238.4 points at the World Cup shooting competition in New Delhi India on February 26th. This enables her to join the Tokyo Olympics 2020. At the beginning of February, Wu's cornea was hurt due to her physical condition. It was a blessing that she recovered before the game. 78 athletes joined the competition. Wu successfully came to the second round with 582 points. In the final game, she first ranked 4th with 98.2 points but gradually she climbed up to the second. The champion is Veronika Major with 245.1 points.

First Graduate Students to be Gogoro Technician Lecturers

Two graduate students, Lin Chong Yi, Hus Chi Chia, from the Department of Industrial Education has become the lecturer of Gogoro maintenance training course. They feel positive about the future of electric automobile. The Department of Industrial Education of NTNU was authorized by Gogoro to hold the Gogoro maintenance training courses, with the help of the Intelligent Transport Society. It's an embodiment of industry-university cooperative research project

Practicum in Vietnam for International Mobility

NTNU, funded by the Ministry of Education, sent five practice teachers to Taipei School in Ho Chi Minh City for two months, in an oversea practicum project managed by Prof. Chern Chiou Lan and Prof. Cheng Yuh Show. Four of them are from the English Department and one of them is from the Department of Life Science.