Asia Pacific Forum for Science Talented kicks off at NTNU on JUL 6 2019The Fifth Asia Pacific Forum for Science Talented (APFST) will kick off this Saturday (July 6 2019) in National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). The six-day forum includes teacher forum featuring Infusing Leadership into Science Teaching, hands-on projects, and numerous cultural events. Each participating country or region sends a delegation of six students and two teachers or officials as group leaders.
2019 NTNU-Kyushu U Joint Forum on Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research and EducationThe 2019 NTNU-Kyushu U Joint Forum on Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research and Education was held on May 28th by NTNU and Kyushu University. President Wu Cheng Chih, Vice President Frank Y-H Ying and faculties and students from College of Arts, College of Education, College of Science and College of Technology and Engineering attended the forum with President Chiharu Kubo and 42 members from Kyushu University.
Best Practice Models for Innovative STEM-PLUS Education for Teacher Professionals Development at NTNUThe Best Practice Models for Innovative STEM-PLUS Education for Teacher Professionals Development workshop started in Gongguan campus on May 22nd. The 3 day workshop was proposed by Prof. Chiu Mei Hung and this is the first science education project being sponsored by APEC. Nearly 100 scholars and professionals attended the workshop and shared their experience on creativity.
UCLA-NTNU Taiwan Studies Initiative Conference in Taiwan Attracts Scholars All Over the WorldThe Initiative Conference, co-organized by National Taiwan Normal University and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), was held at UCLA from April 12 to 13. The theme of the conference was "Sinophone Studies：Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Critical Reflections" During the two-day conference, a total of 48 scholars from Taiwan, the United States, Germany, France, Australia, Italy, South Korea, Vietnam and Hong Kong published papers. More than 100 academics attended the conference, making it a major event for Chinese language studies.