Student clubs are about more than just meeting new people from your school -- they're also about international exchanges! NTNU is inviting 30 students form sister schools across the region to head to Taiwan for the 2013 International Student Club Exchange Program, set to run for four days and three nights beginning May 24.
Registration has opened for the 2013 East Asian Youth Confucianism Forum and Camp, set to run from July 29 to August 2. The event is being jointly hosted by the College of International Studies and Education for Overseas Chinese and the Research Center for East Asian Cultures and Sinology.
Students and teachers from NTNU's College of Music have worked with their counterparts at the University of the Philippines to follow in the footsteps of the late José Maceda, an acclaimed ethnomusicologist who did field work in the Cordillera area of the Philippines.
“We need to make changes to offset the effects of climate change,” Vice-chairman Jean-Pascal van Ypersele of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a UN organization, told an attentive audience at NTNU on Tuesday.