Sustainability Workshop – Sharing Experiences in Implementing Courses of Exploring Sustainability
Master Lecture of College of Engineering: Dr. Jong-Shinn Wu Announced the Arrival of the New Space Age
Tamkang and Ginling Hold Hands, Happily Exchanging and Interacting
The Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs and Ginling Girls’ High School(Ginling)’s “Holding Hands Project” activity aims to expand students’ international perspective, enhance English communication skills, and increase exchange opportunities between the two schools. On December 7, the “Second Foreign Language Press Conference” was held at Ginling, attended by nearly 70 teachers and students from Ginling, and 3 overseas students from Japan, South Korea, and France from Tamkang. On December 9, the “MRT Journey” was held, during which Ginling Students led Tamkang overseas students on a tour of famous landmarks in Taipei via MRT, with nearly 90 teachers and students participating.
Humanities Thinking Imported in Sustainability Teaching – Foreign Language Teachers Showcase Global Perspective
The Department of Japanese, in collaboration with the Center for Sustainable Development and Social Innovation, held a forum on “Practice of SDGs in Foreign Language Teaching” in Huang Hsien-Tang Meeting Room of Hsu Shou-Chlien International Conference Center on December 16. The Dean of the College of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Wan-Bau Wu, gave the opening remarks, and the Chair of the Department of Japanese, Pei-Ching Tsai, invited professors of sustainable courses from the departments of Spanish, Russian, and German to the discussion. After listening to the presentations of 3 teachers, Chief of Social Practice and Strategy Section at the Center for Sustainable Development and Social Innovation, Rui-Mao Huang, said he was inspired and impressed. He believed that “the whole of Tamkang University should see the vision of the College of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Compared to the still ongoing “Exploring Sustainability” literacy project, the seminar promoted by the Department of Japanese pushes forward what we can do.”
World's Top 2% Scientists, TKU Ranks First in Non-Medical Private Schools for Two Consecutive Years
Opening of the Special Exhibition of Painting and Calligraphy by Chang Dai-chien at TKU with Literati and Scholars Vying to See
Despite the temperature with as low as nearly 10 degrees Celsuis and drizzle in Tamsui, the crowd of people who love the works of master painter and calligrapher Chang Dai-chien still flowed into the Carrie Chang Fine Arts Center in droves to see the rare masterpieces. On December 15, the Carrie Chang Fine Arts Center and the Cross-Strait Cultural Heritage Exchange Association jointly held the “Shining Past and Present – A Special Exhibition of Painting and Calligraphy by Chang Dai-chien”. The opening ceremony and keynote speech were held at 10 a.m. in Ching-sheng International Conference Hall, with simultaneous video in Carrie Chang Music Hall. More than 400 people, including Chairperson Flora Chia-I Chang, President Huan-Chao Keh, Former Vice President of Legislation Yuan, Jung-Chi Chung, Former Administrative Vice Minister of National Science and Technology Council, Der-Shin Chen, Executive of Tamsui District, Arthur Tsung-Jen Wu, first- and second-level supervisors of TKU, painting and calligraphy artists, and art enthusiasts participated in the event.
The Graduation Ceremony of Short-Term Courses for Western Sydney University, with Full Harvest of Experiences, Students and Teachers Thank TKU for the Arrangements
WIN Contemporary Accounting Master’s Thesis Award Seminar, Sponsored by Chin-Tsai Chen. Zhan Yun Received the Best Award
TQM Training, Der-Wen Chang Expects Colleagues to Learn from the Past and Pursue New Knowledge
ELECT Dean of Academic Affairs Meeting Held in TKU with the Addition of THU
The 188th Administrative Meeting: President Keh Encouraged Faculty and Staff to Increase Their Knowledge of AI and SDGs