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Local universities peddle school clothing and other items online

Local universities are generating extra revenue by selling everything from clothing to soy sauce. By applying their logos to these items, the schools are able to advertise their names while boosting loyalty among students and alumni.

Green University Alliance convention slated for late July

The NTNU-headed Taiwan Green University Alliance (臺灣綠色大學聯盟) held its second preparatory meeting Wednesday to plan conferences over the next year and discuss member university's websites. In the meeting, the Alliance agreed to hold its first convention in late July to push forward energy-saving, eco-freindly policies among universities.

NTNU unveils high-end instrument center

National Taiwan Normal University President Chang Kuo-en (張國恩) presented today the outcome of the school's investments with research funds -- the high-end instrument center, featuring a new 600MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) machine.

NTNU, University of South Carolina agree to increased sports and rec exchanges

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and the University of South Carolina in the United States signed an agreement Wednesday to expand cooperation in the fields of sports and recreation. The agreement was made between NTNU's College of Sports and Recreation Dean Chang Shao-hsi (張少熙) and South Carolina's College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management Dean Brian Mihalik.

Scholarship Offered by the Graduate Institute of European Cultures and Tourism

To encourage NTNU students to actively conduct researches related to European cultures and tourism, Professor Li Ping-Zi, former chairman of the French Language Center, has been donated scholarship to the graduate institute every year for outstanding students. This year, Chen Jin-Yu, a second year graduate student, and Jiang Yi-Ru, a first year graduate student, were awarded with 50 thousand dollars each. Professor Li was a NTNU alumna who went to France for further study. After her return to Taiwan, she became a professor at the English Department, NTNU. Li was the founder of French Language Center.