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UNESCO Chair Visited NTNU for Quality Indigenous Education

Charles Hopkins, who holds the UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability at York University in Toronto, Canada, and Prof. Irina Safitri Zen at Sustainability, Faculty of Built Environment, University Teknologi Malaysia visited NTNU on October 9th. Vice President Sung Yao Ting and Vice Dean Liaw Shyue Cherng welcomed them personally and a forum about aboriginal education and sustainable development was held.

Chair Prof. Liao Ping Hui Talked about Internationalization

Prof. Liao Ping Hui is a Professor of Literary and Critical Studies and Chuan Lyu Endowed Chair in Taiwan Studies, UC San Diego. He is also a chair professor at the Department of Chinese as a Second Language. Recently, he came back to Taiwan and visited President Wu Cheng Chih, Vice President Sung Yao Ting, Ying Yung Hsiang with the accompany of Prof. Chien Ying Ying. They talked about international issues and exchange opportunities. President Wu Cheng Chih presented the letter of appointment for the next academic year to Prof. Liao.

EMBA Students Visits the Silk Road

The goal of EMBA, NTNU is to educate an outstanding high-level manager. In addition to accumulated management skills, one should learn the knowledge of managment and to see changes globally. Dean Chou De Wai and Director Wang Shih Ju went to The Belt and Road Initiative at Lanzhou and Dunhuang from September 12 to 19.

Rector University of Münster visits NTNU and Impressed

On September 12, the University of Münster(WWU) Rector Johannes Peter Wessels and Director of the International Officer visited NTNU with the accompany of Secretary Hsieh from the Ministry of Education. President Wu Cheng Chih, Dean Chern Chiou Lan and Director Nikky Lin from the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature and Prof. Liu Tsang Long, who has visited WWU welcomed the guests. They have exchanged ideas about student exchange and academic issues.

MOU Renewal of NTNU and Paris Diderot University

On July 13th, President Wu Cheng Chih led a delegation to the Paris Diderot University for renewing the MOU of sister school. President Wu signed the MOU with President Christine Clerici. The bonding of the two universities begun in 2008. In 2012, they become sister schools. For the past seven years, 76 exchange students have been sent from both sides. To deepen the relationship, NTNU will encourage students to go to Paris Diderot University. Those who are interested can also start from short-term summer school and get familiar with the French learning environment. Full English course are also available, or one can go for Chinese teaching internship in France.