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The 2018 Asia Pacific Youth Forum on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (YIE Taipei), hosted by Taipei Tech Department of English, saw around one hundred local and oversea participants from thirteen Asia Pacific countries engaged in workshops and exchange of entrepreneurship ideas during a three-day event, from October 4 through 6, 2018.
Of the 5,640 design concepts submitted for review, Taipei Tech students won two Red Dot Award in the Design Concept category this year. Red Dot Design Award is known as the Oscar for the industrial design. Taipei Tech boasts its strength in industrial design, which is well-recognized with many domestic and international awards.
The P-TECH programs are based on Skills Mapping co-designed by universities and partnering businesses. The partnering businesses proposed their skill requirements and will also provide career opportunities for graduates who meet them. This partnership ensures that students learn skills that are in high demand.
President Wang Sea-fue of Taipei Tech was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Achievement Award at the CAAPS. Dr. Hwang Yuh-Shyan, dean of College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Taipei Tech, was awarded the Distinguished Technology Innovation Achievement Award. Hwang also introduced the autonomous vehicle system that Taipei Tech and MIT co-developed in his keynote speech.
In celebration of Taiwan’s National Day, the Taipei Tech Wood School is bringing its woodworking exhibition, titled “Fubao”, to the Twin Oaks estate in Washington, D.C. in October. This will be the first international exhibition showcasing traditional Taiwanese woodworking artistry since the founding of the nation.
Taipei Tech has been working with Ministry of Labor to establish Integrated Academia-Industry Education Programs (IAIE Programs) since 2013. On July 6, 148 students completed their graduation requirements including 1,800-hours of technique training, getting technician certificate, and internship. Taipei Tech president Prof. Sea-Fue Wang encouraged them to keep learning in order to stay competitive in the ever-changing world.
Collaborates with the Ministry of Finance, Taipei Tech is sending 5 students to Customs Museum as interns this summer. This academia-industry cooperation can be seen as another attempt of the university to promote boundaryless university. Shuo-Ren Yang, one of the students in the internship program, believed that this opportunity will benefit her both in completing her thesis and connecting to workplace.
Dual-degree EMBA program has been offered by Taipei Tech and the University of Texas Arlington since 2016. After 2 years of studying, some graduates led by College of Management Dean Prof. Chui-Yu Chiu decided to fly to the United States and participate their commencement ceremony with their nearly 100 counterparts at Arlington, Texas.
This year, 4,102 Taipei Tech graduates are ready for moving on to the next stop of their journey. Honorary Degree Ceremony for Prof. Ruey-Tsair Wang, who served 60 years at Taipei Tech, was also held on June 9. President Sea-Fue Wang and Pegatron Chairman Tse-Hsien Tung gave graduates their blessings and advice.
A workshop on repairing video cassette tape was held on Taipei Tech campus. In addition to teach student how to repair these traditional tapes, Taipei Tech also called for VHS tapes which depict the look of Provincial Taipei Institute of Technology, Taipei Tech’s predecessor.