Office of Academic Affairs and Office of International Affairs Advanced to Malaysia to Recruit students
On April 1st, the Dean of International Affairs, Dr. Chien-Mu Yeh, and the Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr. Tzong-Ru Tsai, led their teams and students to Malaysia. In addition to participating in the "2023 Taiwan Higher Education Expo" organized by the Federation of Alumni Associations of Taiwan Universities, Malaysia to introduce relevant information about the university to Chinese students in Malaysia, Dr. Chien-Mu Yeh and Dr. Tzong-Ru Tsai also visited 15 Chinese independent schools in Malaysia, including Payfong Middle School, Jit Sin Independent High School, and Muar Chung Hwa High School, with the strong assistance of local alumni. They had face-to-face exchanges with school presidents, vice presidents, and teachers to discuss topics such as school environment, students' learning conditions, and aspirations for further studies. This visit fully embodied the good tradition of alumni being closely connected with their alma mater.
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First Lecture of the Tamkang Clement and Carrie Chair after a Hiatus of 2 & a Half Years: The College of Liberal Arts Invited Prof. Timothy J. Dowd from Emory University
After a hiatus of 2 and a half years, the College of Liberal Arts hosted the first lecture of the Tamkang Clement and Carrie Chair. Professor Timothy J. Dowd, Chair of the Department of Sociology at Emory University in the United States, has been invited by the Department of Mass Communication to visit the campus. The lecture, titled "Music and Musician Careers in the Digital Era," was held on April 27th in the Chang Yeo Lan International Conference Hall of Hsu Shou-Chlien International Conference Center. Dr. Huei-Chun Chi, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Dr. Da-Lun Tang, Chair of the Department of Mass Communication, and Assistant Professor Yun Tai accompanied Professor Dowd to meet with President Huan-Chao Keh and Chairperson Flora Chia-I Chang on the morning of April 26th at 10:30 AM and 11:00 AM respectively. In addition to the lecture, Professor Dowd also participated in a conversation-style program at the "Voice of Tamkang" podcast lab, engaging in discussions with teachers who research cultural industries.
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The 6th AI and Japanese Language Education Seminar with the Participation of 120 Scholars from Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea
With the rapid advancement of AI technology, new discussions in the field of language learning have been sparked by phenomena such as "metaverse" and "ChatGPT". The Center for Murakamiharuki Studies in Tamkang University (CMSTKU), at the forefront of trends, held the "6th AI and Japanese Language Education International Seminar" at Ching-Sheng International Conference Hall on April 15th, attracting nearly 120 scholars from Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea to attend. The opening ceremony was presided over by Director Chiu-Kuei Tseng of CMSTKU. Prominent opinion leaders who are highly concerned about this issue were invited to deliver speeches through video conference, including Nagoya University of Foreign Studies President Kameyama Ikuo, the Japan Association of Comparative Culture President Harumi Yahiro, and Hokuyo University President Kuniyo Okumura. President Kameyama Ikuo stated that this initiative is worth learning from and has instructed the Chair of the Japanese Department at his university, Emiko Hayatsu, to learn from Tamkang University.
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Graduation Exhibition of Information and Communication Department: IMMERSED IN COLORS
On April 24th, the Department of Information and Communication held the opening ceremony of its 22nd graduation exhibition “Immersed in Colors" (沐色之間) at the Black Swan Exhibition Hall. With the theme of " Immersed in Colors ", meaning “bathed in between colors”, the exhibition showcased the achievements of the department's students over their 4 years of university study, focusing on what they learned and developing their own strengths with it. The concept of "immersing oneself in the world of colors" was used to convey the idea of students finding their own colors and meanings within the vast sea of colors and participating in a colorful and vibrant world together. Vice President for Academic Affairs Hui-Huang Hsu, Vice President for International Affairs Hsiao-Chuan Chen, Secretary General Ay-Hwa Andy Liou, Dean of Academic Affairs Tzong-Ru Tsai, Dean of Student Affairs Shih-Jung Wu, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Huei-Chun Chi, as well as chairs of various departments and representatives from Tamsui District Office and Tamsui Historical Museum participated in the opening ceremony. The off-campus exhibition will be held from May 12th to May 14th at the Warehouse No. 2 of Songshan Cultural and Creative Park in Taipei. The 103 senior students of the Department of Information and Communication were divided into 12 groups, who combined marketing communication, aesthetic design, and technology application to respond to various social issues and jointly presented their creativity and ideas.