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2024.0524

Applying the engineering design process to enhance preservice technology teachers’ engineering design thinking

The implementation of STEM education often overlooks the aspects of technology and engineering, leading to ongoing challenges in nurturing talent in these fields (Strimel & Grubbs, 2016). Addressing this issue, Song et al. (2016) and Brophy et al. (2008) suggest that planning technology-based learning activities with an emphasis on engineering design could effectively implement STEM education and enable students to engage in genuine interdisciplinary integration.
2024.0521

Forum Highlights Strategies for Global Research Leadership

NTNU Higher Education SPROUT Project hosts the "International Academic Development Forum" on May 1, aimed to strengthen the university's capacity for international academic development and cooperation.
2024.0520

NTNU and UW-Madison Launch Dual Degree Program in Quantum Computing

The NTNU Department of Physics and its Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) signed a Dual Degree Program Agreement that will enable NTNU master's students to study quantum computing physics at UW-Madison.
2024.0517

Purdue University's College of Liberal Arts Deepens Ties with NTNU

The visit by a delegation Purdue University's College of Liberal Arts (CLA) NTNU this May enhanced faculty collaboration and strengthened academic partnership between the two universities, marking a significant milestone in the ongoing cooperation between the two institutions that was first formalized with a university-wide Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in December 2022.
2024.0424

Cross-Cultural Series Features Czech Culture and Education

NTNU's College of Liberal Arts hosted a cross-cultural lecture event entitled "Czech Your Options: Discovering Life at Masaryk University" as part of the English Medium Instruction (EMI) project.