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2019.0618

A Talk about Classic Literature at NTNU

On May 29th, Chair Professor Gareth Williams gave a talk, organized by the Center for General Education, at the auditorium with Associate Director of University Committee on Asia & the Middle East (UCAME) at Columbia University Rachel Chung and Associate Professor Daniel Hu at Graduate Institute of Translation and Interpretation. Prof. Williams shared some examples in Greek and Roman mythology including Cicero, Aeneid, Ovid and Pietro Bembo to support his ideas of finding similarity in different literature to create connection.
2019.0521

Prof. Russell Miller Gives Master Class at NTNU

On May 14th and 15th, the Graduate Institute of Performing Arts invited Russell Miller, a coach and teacher of vocal repertoire, to teach master class at NTNU. Prof. Russell Miller now teaches at Eastman School of Music at University of Rochester which ranked the first in the states.
2019.0319

Exotic Annual International Cultural Festival on NTNU

The annual International Cultural Festival is now on! The annual International Cultural Festival on Sunlight Avenue from March 12nd to 14th. Foreign students from Turkey, South East Asian countries, Japan, Korean, Paraguay all busy preparing their traditional food, wearing costumes. People dancing and singing on stage. The theme this year is narrator and animal. Students can share their stories like an animal is talking.
2019.0201

Yale Professors Talks about Research Ethics at NTNU

The Center of Research Ethics invited Prof. Marc Potenza from Yale University and Assistant Prof. Sarah Yip to come talk about the case study of research ethics . Executive Vice President Sung Yao Ting, Vice President Hsu Ying Shao of the Office of Research and Development, Minister of the Research Ethics Committee Tony Lee all came to this sharing.
2019.0106

Prof. Dennis Lin Talks about Big DATA at NTNU

To promote the knowledge of big data and its applications, the EMBA of NTNU held the "Big Data Talks", on December 19th, the first talk was given by Dr. Dennis K.J. Lin, the Professor at Pennsylvania State University and a distinguished professor at the School of Management to explore the mysteries of ghost data.