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2016.1007

Collaborating with U. of British Columbia on Academic Leadership Development

National Taiwan Normal University and the University of British Columbia have worked together for the program for academic leaders in higher education. The first event, the Flying Geese Camp: Academic Leadership Development Program has made its debut on September 23rd and 24th. This is the brand new event designed for new academic leaders.
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NTNU and DDWU Art Exchange Exhibition

In order to promote the exchange of artistic creation and academic thinking between Art Taiwan and Korea, and to construct a platform for cultural exploration and communication, the Department of Fine Arts of National Taiwan Normal University and Dongduk Women's University of Korea held an Art Exchange Exhibition
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EE Outside the Box: Creative a New Narrative for the Planet

The conference “EE Outside the Box: Creative a New Narrative for the Planet” hosted by the Northern Environmental Education Regional Center of the Environmental Protection Administration was held at Gongguan campus of NTNU on September 26th and 27th .
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German Professor Activates Robot in NTNU

At the Department of Electrical Engineering, you can easily spot a tall, foreign-looking man from other Asian faces. The German Professor Jack Baltes from the University of Manitoba in Canada came to NTNU this April is specialize in robot map building and positioning, intelligent control, computer vision, machine learning, etc. He got his PhD of computer science from the University of Calgary. Professor Baltes is a prolific writer and has won lots of international competition, for example, the 2016 RoboCup, the 2015 IEEE ICRA and the 2014 FIRA HuroCup WorldCup.
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Foreign Students Go to Welcome Party by OIA

The room 210, located at general building, is filled with floating fruit balloons, making the place tropical fruit kingdom. The welcome party was held on September 22nd by OIA, who wanted to introduce the special watermelon festival to the new comers along with interesting performances prepared by students.