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2009.0511

Wu Rui-Ying Pointed Some Directions in Workplace for Students

Invited by the Division of Careers Service’s My Turn to Work series, Wu Rui-Ying, Chief Operating Official of 1111 Job Bank, came to NTNU on May 11th to answer the questions of students who were unsure of their future and to give them tips that would help them to find their career. Wu emphasized the formula of “knowledge plus skill equals ability”. Students needed to be prepared both in terms of their professional ability and mentality before entering into workplace. They also needed to know their own strength and weakness, as well as the opportunities and threats they’d face in workplace.
2009.0509

NTNU Professor’s Metamorphosis in the Musical Metamorphosis

In order to express the uniqueness of NTNU, it programmed several activities and performances where arts and sports were combined, one of which was the original musical Metamorphosis by Graduate Institute of Performing Arts (GIPA) on May 3rd.
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Business Magnates Talked about Winning Tips at Work

With the global recession, unpaid leaves became common phenomena. In correspondence to the Job Fair on May 20th, NTNU held 6 lectures to provide graduate-to-bes a sundry of preparation they could do before entering into workplace. The first lecture was on May 7th.
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NTNU Won 3 Gold Medals in Tennis

The open tournament in tennis of National Intercollegiate Athletic Game (NIAG) ended with Lin Dai-Qiao and Chen Lu-Ling from NTNU winning the mixed doubles. Overall, NTNU won 3 gold medals, 3 silver medals and 1 bronze medal in tennis, becoming the university with the most gold medals.
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A Memorable Mother’s Day for Mentally Challenged Children

Discounts and carnations all over the streets reminded us the coming of Mother’s Day. In order to create an unforgettable Mother’s Day for mentally challenged children and their mothers, NTNU held a 2-day camp on May 9th and 10th. The camp was free and open to these children and their parents nation wide. Volunteers from the Department of Special Education and the Department of Civic Education and Leadership wished to assist mentally challenged kids to learn how to co-operate with others, adapt to the society, interact with others, etc., and to give the participants a warm and memorable Mother’s Day.