Professor Zhang Huo-En is going to be the next president of NTNU next February. Before he takes office, he proposes his governance philosophy. He will emphasize on both research and teaching, technology and humanity and professional subjects and general education.
With the inequality of educational opportunities being a realistic current issue, NTNU President Guo Yih-Shun and Financial Executive Officer and spokesman of MediaTek Ince (MTK) Yu Ming-Ze signed a 3 year cooperation agreement starting January 2010 on December 15th to tackle the educational problems for minority groups in Taiwan hand in hand.
2009 Cultural and Creative Industry Summit was held by NTNU on December 12th. The first session was a Youth Forum where NTNU President Guo Yih-Shun and Vice-Chairman Hong Qing-Feng from the Council of Cultural Affairs were there to encourage youths and students to speak up and share their thoughts and opinions.