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National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan remembers late former president Chung-Laung Liu (劉炯朗) with the completion and inauguration of the renovated EECS Building, now known as the C. L. Liu Building, thanks to sponsorship from United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC). This renovation will give NTHU students a better study environment in the spirit of late President Liu.
National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan has announced four recipients of the Outstanding Alumni Award for 2024: Hsiao-Yu Chen (陳筱宇) (Department of Industrial Chemistry, 1978); Wen-Hung Tsai (蔡文弘) (Institute of Computer and Decision Science, 1988); Chiu-Tien Hsu (徐秋田) ...
In April, National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan celebrates its 113th anniversary and the 68th anniversary of its reestablishment in Taiwan. To mark this occasion, NTHU has launched the "NTHU Energized!" fundraising campaign. The goal is to raise NT$1 billion by year-end.
The White Coat Ceremony marks a milestone for 21 medical students in the first class of the Post-baccalaureate Program in Medicine (PPM) as they transition to the clinical phase. Faculty and clinical instructors adorned the students with white coats and stethoscopes on March 30th, encouraging them to embody responsibility and professionalism on their journey to become compassionate healers...
The beam-raising ceremony was held for the Hong Liang Art Museum at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan today. The main structure is nearing completion and is expected to open in the first half of next year, becoming a new aesthetic landmark in Hsinchu.
National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan has recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for the redevelopment of the Yuehan Hall in Taipei. The new building will become the future home of NTHU's Taipei School of Economics and Political Science (TSE) and will provide an additional resource for the entire University.
National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan launched the Tsing Hua Talent Development Fund to attract and retain exceptional faculty members. President W. John Kao (高為元) announced that the fund aims to provide merit-based supplements up to 600%, 640%, and 430% of the base salary for assistant, associate, and full professors starting next month.