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NTNU enlisted as Best Uni of Sport Sciences Physical Education and Kinesiology

The first evaluation of Physical Education and Kinesiology has come out. NTNU was rated as one of the top 7 universities in the world. After ranked 22nd in QS Subject Ranking, NTNU once again received global recognition as an excellent university. On the category of teaching capacity, NTNU was praised as one of the most outstanding global university, surpassing McGill University in Canada, Seoul National University in South Korea, the University of Sydney in Australia and other well-known international universities.

CMU School of Drama called on NTNU

Peter Cooke, the Head of School of Drama of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) came to Taiwan for the first time, as invited by the Graduate Institute of Performing Arts (GIPA) of NTNU for a 5-day visit. The tour included master’s class, keynote speech. Professor Cooke also had a meeting with Yang Irene, the Dean of College of Music, Lin Shu Cheng, the founding professor of GIPA, current Dean Ho Kang Kuo, Associate Professor Liang Chi Ming, and Associate Professor Wu I Fan. They talked a lot about the academic cooperation

Young Inventors at International Exhibition for Young Inventor

International Exhibition for Young Inventor had been held from November 16th to 18th in New Taipei City Hall. There were 107 inventions from 8 countries and areas exhibited in this event. More than 500 students and teachers joined the exhibition. President Ma, Lin Teng Chiao from the Ministry of Education, Hou Yu Ih, the Vice Mayer of New Taipei City, and Chang Guo En, the President of NTNU all attended the opening ceremony and welcomed out guests abroad.

UBC Professor Speaks at NTNU About Balancing Teaching and Researching

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Education Department of NTNU and Center for Teaching and Learning Development held a forum on Nov. 19th. Vice President Academic of the University of British Columbia Anna M. Kindler was invited as a speaker, and Vice President Wu Cheng-Chih was her host. Professor Kindler’s topic was “Responsibility for Educational Excellence: Students”

NTNU Fanpage Tops the List of the Most Checked-in University

Now everyone’s on Facebook. Taiwan universities have been running fan pages to interact with students as well as alumni. Now NTNU tops the list of the most checked-in university with the help of Taiwanese Facebook users who are crazy about check-ins. The fan page of Harvard University got 400 million fans with 740 thousands of check-ins. NTNU has 70 thousands of fans, but enjoys as much as 1 million and 430 thousands of check-ins.