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2017.1027

International Wetland Experts at Wetland Camp Met Future Talents

The "Symbolic Ark2.0: Taiwan Research Camp", organized by the Construction and Planning Agency of the Ministry of the Interior, was held in NTNU on October 16th. Prof. Fang Wei Ta from the Graduate Insitute of Environmental Education invited five representatives and experts from International convention centers of wetlands to give talks to NTNU students to promote the talent of wetland in Taiwan.
2017.1027

Sharing from Pre-service Teachers about Oversea Internship

In recent years, NTNU has worked hard on training International pre-service teachers. In the afternoon of October 13th, the Office of Teacher Training and Career Service organized presentations by students who have gone abroad for educational internships.
2017.1020

UC Berkeley Signs MOU with NTNU

NTNU signed an MOU with the University of California, Berkeley. UB Berkeley will send 3 university students from the Dept. of chemistry to NTNU. This is a great opportunity for students to learn from each other academically, broaden their horizon and it’s also a good start for cooperation.
2017.1020

Award Given to NTNU for Taking Good Care of Forgiven Students

NTNU was awarded as the excellent school of foreign student counseling by the Ministry of Education on October 11th. Associate Professor Chen Jia-Ling from the Division of Preparatory Programs and Administrator Alice Tu from OIA received an honor award of excellent member.
2017.1020

ACC Volunteer in Africa Sharing Experiences

The Amitofo Care Centre (ACC) - which comprises of an administration centre, children’s dormitories, youth dormitories, preparatory school, kindergarten, library, activity centre, medical centre, vocational training centre, religious centre, CBO etc - is founded and directed by Buddhist clergy from the East with an aspiration and mission to directly rear and care for orphans of Africa within the humanitarian and educational umbrella. The main principles of ACC are based on local African culture, Chinese culture and Buddhist philosophy which are given to the orphans in need.