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2019.0926

Chinese Taipei Tug of War Team Took 5 Gold 4 Silver 1 Bronze in 2019 from Europe

The women's tug of war team, composed of teammates of National Taiwan Normal University and students from Taipei Jingmei Girls Highs School, went to Cape Town, South Africa in September for the 2019 Tug of War International Federation Outdoor Club Championships. The team took back champion in the junior 480-kg contest as their first attempt and in total they have grabbed 5 golds, 4 silver and 1 bronze and kept the 500-kg title for 2 consecutive years; they also triumphed in the under-23 500-kilogram event and senior 540-kg weight class for two years in a row.
2019.0829

NTNU-AI Tops at International Competitions

The team of building robots, NTNU-AI, made of students from the Department of Electrical Engineering, has been awarded in many occasions. This August, they attended Robo Cup2019 and FIRA Robo World Cup and won the third and the first individually. The champion robot is even invited by a south Korean business to exhibit at the first robot theme park Robotland in the world, which will open in September.
2019.0823

NTNU Student Won Second Place at Buffet Crampon Clarinet Competition

Buffet Crampon is a French manufacturer of woodwind musical instruments, including oboes, flutes, saxophones, English horns and bassoons; however, the company is perhaps most famous for their clarinets, as Buffet is the brand of choice for many professionals.
2019.0822

Pre-service Teachers Visited Chiba University

Since we have established an exchange program with Chiba University in 2017, we have been sending pre-service teachers abroad for training. In 2019, the exchange program was hosted by Professor Yeh Yi Fen, four pre-service teachers were sent to Japan in July for a two-week training.
2019.0820

Alumnus Wilbur Lin to be New Assistant Conductor at Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Wilbur Lin, an alumnus of NTNU, is selected as the assistant conductor among hundreds of applicants at Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. According to Lin, this is his first official contract in the states which last for a year and will start this fall. Before, he gave lessons occasionally. It's an exciting opportunity for him to join a professional orchestra. Lin will be responsible for the education program and tour of Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and Cincinnati Symphony Youth orchestra.