NTNU Team up with UCLA for International Academic ConferenceThe conference The Indigenous Knowledge, Taiwan: Comparative and Relational Perspectives held by NTNU and UCLA, took place in UCLA on May 11th to 12th. Outstanding scholars around the world gathered together for a prosperous talk about indigenous issues. The relationship between both universities has become stronger.
First TUCE Symposium from NTNU and Uppsala UniversityThe 1st National Taiwan Normal University and Uppsala University Symposium on Computing Education, held by the Department of Computing and Engineering Education, Uppsala University and Graduate Institute of Information and Computer Education, was held on March 16th to 17th. Professors from Sweden and Taiwan discussed about education on information and computer engineering.
2018 South East Asia Education and Humanity Dean's Forum at NTNUIn response to the New South Bond policy, the Taiwan Strategic Alliance for Colleges of Education and Humanity/National Taiwan University System (TSA-CEH/NTUS) held a 2018 South East Asia Education and Humanity Dean's Forum on March 12th. 14 deans and deputy deans from six top universities in the region paid a visit to NTNU and had an in-depth discussion with 20 academic leaders and outstanding professors.
Workshop by the International Council for Science Held in NTNUFrom November 7th, the workshop of gender differences in science and mathematics field was held by The International Council for Science for two days in Gongguan campus of NTNU. Nearly 40 experts from 12 countries attended the workshop and focused on the discussion of the design of the questionnaire. The International Council for Science (ICSU, after its former name, International Council of Scientific Unions) is an international organization devoted to international cooperation in the advancement of science. Its members are national scientific bodies and international scientific unions. As of 2017, it comprises 122 multi-disciplinary National Scientific Members, Associates and Observers representing 142 countries and 31 international.