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NTNU holds Conference on Sinophone Writers

The 2015 International Conference on Sinophone Writers was had a grand opening at the National Central Library from 28 to 29 November 2015. The host Global Chinese Writing Center, NTNU invited 33 scholars and writers in Taiwan and abroad to share their experience in creating and reading in 7 sessions of this conference, which draw a warm welcome from the audience.

NTNU visits University of Tsukuba to Strengthen Cooperation

In order to elevate its research production and the quality of its research, The Department of Life Science, NTNU is now working hard and look up to the University of Tsukuba as a goal. Hence, in November, Director Chien Chiang Ting and other related administrators and professors visited the University of Tsukuba.

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.