National Intercollegiate Athletic Games 2009 (NIAG) will begin on May second in NTNU. Principle Gou Yih-Shun delivered flags to representative teams, and encouraged them not to forget NTNU’s spirit of honesty and diligence besides fighting in competitions.
On April 29th, the Centre of Student Counseling invited registered nurse Kao Li-Ting to share with students her experience in Bukina Faso where she and her doctor husband Lian Jia-En lived and practiced medicine.
On April 27th in Conference Room A, NTNU held a conference to exhibit the current results of the Teaching Excellence Project. Principle Guo remarked that NTNU should take an innovative approach on this project and become a pioneer in Taiwan’s education reform.
On April 25th, more than 50 NTNU Good Will Ambassadors (GWA) went to the SongShan Training Institute of China Airline to train for service and deportment as part of the preparation for National Intercollegiate Athletic Games (NIAG).
In order to improve the quality of Taiwanese reading classes, NTNU held a Forum on Theories and Practice for Teaching Reading. 30 papers were published, including outcomes of researches conducted by university professors and teaching examples presented by elementary and middle school teachers.