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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.
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.
Taipei Tech student,Wang Hsuan (王瑄), who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS has won the president’s education award due to her efforts to design environments friendlier to people with impairments.
Came from Mexico, Taipei Tech student Fabiola who is currently in IMBA program shared her view on living and studying in Taiwan in an interview conducted by DaAi TV. In the interview, Fabiola gave high praise to Taiwan for its cultural diversity, safety, and convenience.
A team from Taipei Tech was awarded earlier this week with the "Best of the Year" title for a design submitted to the 2018 iF Design Talent Award.The students received not only the certificate for the top award in the global competition but also 1,500 euros (US$1,783) in prize money.
Exchange students from Germany, France, Korea, India, Luxembourg, and other countries gathered in front of Red House Monument to share their home country and alma mater with local students at Taipei Tech.
Taipei Tech faculty Dr. Ju-Chun Ko was in charge of the design of VR sections for National Museum of Natural Science’s exhibition. By lying on the platform with VR device, user can feel like they are flying like a bird.
A team at Taipei Tech decided to not only preserves wood planer’s culture but also to explore its possibility in modern society.
In order to boost international academia-industry cooperation as well as talent cultivation, Taipei Tech signed MoU with Taipei Tech Elite Union this year.