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5 Professors Won NTNU Teaching Excellence Award

This is the first year of the NTNU Teaching Excellence Award, which aims to recognize and reward the effort and achievements of excellent teachers. The act was passed in 2008 and the selection process also begun in the same year. 5 professors, including Associate Professor Huang Jing-Hui from the Department of Adult and Continuing Education, Professor Li Jing-Mei from the Department of Health Education, Professor Chang Ming-Hui form the Department of Education, Professor Huang Fu-Kun from the Department of Physics, and Professor Li Chung-Mo from the Department of Computing Science and Information Engineering.

520 My Turn To Work: Career Fair

On May 20th, a career fair was held in NTNU, where 72 companies offering 1700 positions to students. The participating companies could be divided into 10 categories and almost covered all walks of life, which showed how business in Taiwan appreciate NTNU students. Among all companies, Giraffe English offered the most job opportunities, up to 120 positions. This career fair was not exclusive to NTNU students only; many students from other universities also came to browse around and look for opportunities. However, a NTNU student responded that he expected more than simply leaving resumes and contact information to participating companies.

Inspiring Secrets of Dope heads

Secrets revealed! Do you want to know how dope heads rehabilitate from their drug addiction? If the answer is positive, you would be glad to know that on May 20th, a lecture was held jointly by students from the Department of Health Education and the Health Center. The executive officer of the New Life Educational Center, Tan Xi-Xian was invited to explain the secrets behind the rehabilitation of dope heads. New Life Educational Centre had toured to different cities to share to the audience the bitter lives of ex-dope heads, as well as examples of drug cases on campus.

Say No to Drugs

On May 19th, students from the Department of Health Education held an event to teach students how to differentiate different drugs and to avoid the harmful effects of drugs. The event was composed of games and lectures. By going through the three stages of games, participants could learn about the 4 categories of drugs and their effects, the three categories of the effect of drugs, and the addictive factor in drugs and how to prevent addiction. The cordial staff and their thorough explanation made learning fun and easy. The event ended with a lecture and a lucky draw.

Night at the Department of Civic Education and Leadership

Once a year, the Night at the Department of Civic Education and Leadership was held on May 19th with a stately manner. The theme this year was “The Drama of Our Department”. For full 4 hours, the audience can enjoy up to 7 performances: Each of the 2 classes from freshman to junior year would present one performance while the senior classes would present one jointly. The theme of this year’s Night at the Department of Civic Education and Leadership was themed in drama, but not exclusively. Dance, singing and live band performance were also part of the night.