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2015.1130

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
2015.1111

Brand New English Website for NTNU to Connect to the World

The brand new English website of NTNU has been onboard since June, and hundreds of thousands of page views has reached. The Office of International Affairs and the Center of Public Affairs have teamed up together and came up with a new website design. You can feel the internationalization and elegant style of NTNU starting from the front page.
2015.1030

President of the University of Kagoshima Came to NTNU

Tsumagari Sadtoshi, the President of NTNU’s sister school, the International University of Kagoshima visited NTNU with its administrator, including Officer Nakamura Mikio and Officer Wang Shia on Oct 24th. President Chang Kuo En welcomed them in person with Dean of the Office of International Affairs Frank Y-H Ying and Director Liang Iping.
2015.1012

President of UdK called on NTNU

Martin Rennert, the Principal of Berlin University of the Arts, the largest art school in Europe came visited NTNU on Oct. 6th with Hsu Li Tian, officer of the Department of International and Cross-strait Education in Ministry of Education. Principal Chang Kuo En welcomed them in person with administrators of NTNU and hoped that both universities can become sister schools.
2015.1002

ITMO called on NTNU

Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO) called on NTNU on September 24th and met with President Chang Kuo-en. Both sides showed enthusiasm in discussion.