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2016.0725

C. T. James Huang from English Dept. Becomes Academician

The 31st Academician of Academia Sinica was announced on July 7th. Professor C. T. James Huang, currently the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Linguistics at Harvard University as well as the alumni of the English Department of NTNU, is elected as one of the Academicians. Professor Huang is the tenth alumni from NTNU receiving this honor.
2016.0725

Chiu-yu Tseng from English Dept. Becomes Fellow of ISCA

Dr. Chiu-yu Tseng, currantly Chair of Institute of Linguistics in Academia Sinica, is elected Fellow of International Speech Communication Association (abbreviated. ISCA). With her contributions to prosody understanding through corpus-based analysis and modeling, Dr. Tseng is the first female scholar and the second Taiwanese receiving this distinguished fellowship. The new fellows are invited to the annual event in San Francisco from September 8th to 12th.
2016.0725

NTNU and China Asia Associated University Set up Mandarin Center

As the market of mandarin learning expands around the world, NTNU cooperates with Asia University and China Medical University and signed the agreement of establishment the “United Mandarin Center of NTNU and China Asia Associated University” on July 6th at Asia University.
2016.0706

NTNU Alumni goes to Global Entrepreneurship Summit

Viola Cheng from the In-service Master Program of the Department of Adult and Continuing Education was invited to the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit as the first Taiwanese representative. The 7th Global Entrepreneurship Summit was held by the United States from June 22nd to 24th in Silicon Valley. Among 5000 entrepreneurs, only 100 will be selected by the United States Department of State. There are three people from Taiwan that has the honor and Cheng is the only student.
2016.0706

International Conference on Positive Behavior Support in NTNU

The Department of Special Education held The First Asia Pacific International Conference on Positive Behavior Support on June 24th and 25th. 120 Professionals and scholars from the States, Canada, Australia, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Siri Lanka had a good time in the conference hall at the library.