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2022.1129

The First Tenured Asian Woman Professor at Caltech, Prof. Nai-Chang Yeh Shines in the World of Physics

The first tenured woman professor in physics and also the first tenured Asian woman professor at Caltech, Prof. Nai-Chang Yeh was granted the Yushan Scholar Program by the Ministry of Education in year 2021. Prof. Yeh was invited to teach at NTNU and she started the lessons in Taiwan in July. Born in 1961 and grew up in Chiayi, Taiwan, Prof. Yeh set the goal at age 12 and went to the US for graduate education and obtained her Ph.D. in physics in 1988 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She became the Assistant Professor of Caltech at only 26. She focused on quantum materials, topological materials, low-dimensional materials and nanotechnology.
2022.1016

Prof. Apex Pang-soong Lin Awarded Honor Laureate in 2022 CIIPE

CIIPE was co-founded in 1979 by CSU faculty and designers Phil Risbeck and John Sorbie, and Northern Colorado artist Bob Coonts. It serves as a unique educational resource allowing graphic design and art majors to work directly with designers study the work closely with current CSU graphic design faculty and gain valuable career experience preparing and installing the exhibition. Unlike other international design competitions that publicly invite participants to submit works, the committee of CIIPE sends invitations to designers worldwide to participate with their latest works. Its unique way of running makes Colorado a mecca for poster design with more than 3000 posters from renowned artists.
2022.0614

NTNU IHRD’s English-Taught Master’s Program Attracts Local and International Students

Log on to the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) course registration website and click the “English-taught courses”, what you will get are more than 600 courses for the Spring 2022 semester. Among all NTNU programs, the Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development (IHRD) is one of the programs that provides students with the greatest number of English-taught courses: up to 14 English-medium instruction (EMI) courses are offered in Spring 2022.
2022.0321

NTNU Students Awarded as Runners up of Overseas Compatriot Students Translation Competition

The 2021-2022 Overseas Compatriot Students Translation Competition Awards Ceremony was held on March 11th. After writing test, oral test and final competition, Caroline Chandrawijaya, freshman of College of Education and Sinh Tu Ngoc, a sophomore of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language are the runner up in Indonesian and Vietnamese group. Vice President Roy Lu of Overseas Chinese Affairs Council gave the awards to the winners. He encourages compatriot students to dream big, show their talents, and let employers know the strength of overseas Chinese students' bilingual advantages.
2021.1229

Dean Kao Wen Chung Elected as President of the IEEE Consumer Technology Society

Dean of College of Technology and Engineering Kao Wen Chung is elected as the President of the IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc) 2023/2024. Dean Kao became the first Taiwanese President of the society and one of the few Taiwanese Presidents in the society of IEEE, which is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. The is beneficial to the international visibility and influence of Taiwan’s scholar in the field of Consumer Technology.