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  • Congratulations! Professor Jui-Chu Lin was granted Outstanding Project Award of the academic year 98, second semester, for her project in liberal arts curriculum.(2010.11)
  • Congratulations! Professor Jin-Hwei Su Won the 2010 Best Teacher Award in Teaching of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. (2010.10)
  • Congratulations! Professor Jui-Chu Lin was granted an award from NTUST's 2009 Innovative Teaching Model Competition. (2010.09)
  • Professor Jui-Chu Lin has assumed the post of the Chairperson of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences since 1st February, 2010.( 02/01/2010 )
  • Professor Ying-Tai Chang supervised Ms. Chu-ling Hsu, a student from the Graduate School of Design, NTUST, whose animation work, “Farewell”, was nominated in the Annecy Film Festival in France . (Annecy Film Festival in France , also called the Academy Award of Animation, is one of the first-rated awards in the arts and design category according to the ROC Ministry of Education). Ms. Hsu's work was also nominated for the 16th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film. In addition, Ms. Hsu's work also won special price in International Festival of Animated Films Anifest.
    ※ To download the film : http://www.flickr.com/photos/annahsu/3541669178/
  • Congratulations! Shih-Hung You has been promoted to associate professor! ( 05/01/2009 )
  • Congradulations! Professor Ying-Tai Chang's new book,“The Little Bear Whispered Something in My Ear”, Singled out to Join the Frankfurt Book Fair.
  • Congratulations! We would like to offer congratulations to Professor Ying-Tai Chang, Director of the Center for the Art and Culture of NTUST, whose recently published book titled the Little Bear Whispered Something in My Ear , has won the Long Novel's Award in the First Taipei International Book Fair.
  • Congratulations! Professor Ying-Tai Chang's novel The Harpist of Cambodia has been one of the four books nominated for the NT$2000,000 prize of Chiuko 30th Literature Award .  
  • Congratulations! Jui-Chu Lin has been promoted to professor! ( 06/06/2008 )
  • Since the school year of 2005, the original regulations of general studies for both required and selective courses have been cancelled. The courses have been divided into three fields which are humanities science, social science and natural science, and some of the courses are cross-fielded; therefore students are recommended to read the credit regulations of each college and department of these three fields when selecting courses. ( 07/27/2005 ) 

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