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On May 1st, NTHU celebrated the 111th anniversary of its founding and 66th anniversary of its reestablishment in Taiwan. During the celebration, the school's newly appointed president, W. John Kao(高為元), said that as long as the Tsing Hua community works together in harmony, and with courage and determination, it will surely be able to successfully meet the challenges of the next 111 years...
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On April 30th W. John Kao was sworn in as the new president of NTHU. The occasion was marked by a ceremony in which he received the official school seal from his predecessor, Hocheng Hong. In his inaugural address, President Kao affirmed his commitment to leading Tsing Hua University in meeting the educational challenges of the future while holding fast to its core values of self-governance ...
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Congratulations to Chen Wen-tsuen and SC Hsin, the recipients of the 2022 Outstanding Alumni Award.
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The “Tsing Hua Effects 2022—Astronomy and Art Festival,” which opened at the Main Library on April 21, is the first science and technology art exhibition on the theme of astronomy held in Taiwan. The centerpiece of the Festival is an interactive exhibition titled Cosmic Ripples, which makes a variety of astronomical phenomena—gravitational waves, space-time distortion, and the merging of black holes ...
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On April 7, NTHU's Taipei School of Economics and Political Science (TSE) inaugurated its dedicated classrooms. TSE dean Chen Tain-jy(陳添枝) said that the biggest risk factor for business operations at present is the Russian-Ukrainian war, since enterprises have little ability to prevent or control ...
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On March 30, NTHU held the opening ceremony for the Post-baccalaureate Program in Medicine, during which NTHU president Hocheng Hong said that the new program will train students to meet the challenges of tomorrow by focusing on the ABCs of the medical science of the future, viz., Artificial intelligence (AI), Big data, and the Cloud-based internet of things.
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On March 14, the Ministry of Health and Welfare approved the plan to establish the Tsing Hua University Hospital in Taoyuan. To be located in the Taoyuan Aerotropolis being built next to the Taoyuan Airport, the teaching hospital and medical complex will have a total of 910 beds, including 200 general acute care beds in the initial stage. In addition to serving Taoyuan and the surrounding areas, the hospital will ...