NTNU and the International Cooperation and Development Fund co organize the “Overseas Technical Assistance Service Plan for Young Adults". Students majoring in Chinese teaching can teach Chinese online to overseas countries that are allies to Taiwan. Principal Investigator Prof. Tsai Ya Hsun said that the teaching by the student teacher is focus on cross culture and student-centered. They create a helpful, actual context for students that meets their needs.
With the support of Association for Positive Behavior Support, the third Asia Pacific International Conference on Positive Behavior Support was hosted by Department of Special Education, NTNU and College of Teacher Education. The online seminar was held on September 17 and 18, with almost 300 participants from nine countries.
Exceptional violinist Tseng Yu Chien, a silver medal winner of the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition is in Taiwan during the pandemic. A master class was held on July 17th in the music hall of NTNU. The Music Department of NTNU plays an important role in the higher education in music. It is home to many well-know musicians that lead the music culture and the growth of education.
To strengthen our relationship with our allies and assist them in training government officials that excels in leadership and human resources, President Wu Cheng Chih of NTNU signed a Letter of Intent of Foreign Student Scholarship Program of International Advanced Manpower Training - Senior Official of Ally Government Training with Taiwan ICDF (The International Cooperation and Development Fund) Secretary General Amb. Timothy T. Y. Hsiang on September 12th.
This event was held by Prof. Su Jung from the English Department with Professor of Classics and chair of Literature Humanities Gareth Williams and Associate Director University Committee on Asia & the Middle East (UCAME) at Columbia University Rachel E. Chung for a dialog across time and space. Other professors from the English Department including Dean Chern Chiou Lan of the College of Liberal Arts, Prof. Lucy Nicholas from King’s College and phD students Scott Faul and Linda from GITI also attend this event.