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University of Wisconsin System Visits NTNU, Seeks Teacher Education Talent

Dr. Johannes Britz, University of Wisconsin System’s Interim Senior Vice President for Academic & Student Affairs, and Dr. Tracy Davidson, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, visited National Taiwan Normal University on October 11th. They were received by NTNU Executive Vice President Frank Ying, Vice President for International Affairs Yi-De Liu, and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Yeu-Ting Liu. A potential collaboration between the teacher education programs of the University of Wisconsin System and NTNU was a main topic of discussion.

NTNU Delegation Visits Top Korean Universities for Benchmarking and Exchange

In a dedicated effort to promote international intercollegiate exchange and collaboration, NTNU Vice President Y.H. Frank Ying led a 11-member administrative delegation, including Associate Vice President for International Affairs Hsiu-Mei Hsieh, to engage with counterparts in Korea’s Hanyang University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Chung-Ang University from October 31 to November 4.

NTNU research team analyzes causes of off-season super typhoons

The occurrence of super typhoons in winter is more likely when the solar cycle is amplified by atmospheric and ocean interactions, according to a research team with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) in Taipei.

Chancellor of Mozarteum University Salzburg Visits NTNU

Mozarteum University Salzburg’s Chancellor Prof. Elisabeth Gutjahr commenced her first ever visit to Taiwan with a series of meetings at National Taiwan Normal University. The exchanges between Chancellor Gutjahr and NTNU representatives from the Department of Fine Arts and College of Music led to further considerations of how Mozarteum University Salzburg and National Taiwan Normal University can collaborate in future artistic and musical endeavors.

NTNU Exchanged with YST to Open Up New Cooperation Opportunities across Music and Technology

Recently, teachers and students from the College of Music, National Taiwan Normal University led by Prof. Wen-Pin Hope LEE, Director of the Digital Technology Research Center of Asian Popular Music, along with Assoc. Prof. Chun-Chieh Yen from the Department of Music as the NTNU delegation, visited the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore for international exchanges, integrating their essential experiences of musical art and technological innovation. Prof. Peter Tornquist, Dean of YST, the teachers and students warmly received the NTNU delegation. In addition to the sub stantial academic exchanges, a bilateral concert was also held, making it a fruitful journey for the participants of the two colleges.