Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Presentation Strategies Seminars Open for Registration 3MT Presentation Strategies Seminars Open for Registration！ If you would like to improve your presentation and academic communication skills in preparation for this competition, the Academic Writing Education Center will host presentation training seminars prior to the 3MT competition. These training seminars are open to everyone, regardless of whether or not you have decided to participate in this competition. If you would like to learn more about how to present a 3 Minute Thesis. Please sign up soon. Date：11/2 (Tue.) 15:40-17:40 Location：Xinsheng Lecture Building 303 Registration：https://my.ntu.edu.tw/actregister/sessionList.aspx?actID=20211260_03
2021 Three-Minute Thesis Competition For Graduate Students — Take a Look! Showcase Your Research in 3 Minutes! National Taiwan University and the NTU Academic Writing Education Center will host the 2021 Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Final on December 8th. In addition to our existing partnership with the National Taiwan University System— National Taiwan University, National Taiwan Normal University, and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, we are expanding the scope of this year’s competition, welcoming students from all universities in Taiwan. All graduate students currently enrolled at a university in Taiwan who are conducting original research or who have publications […]
AWEC Academic Events & Consultation Service In this semester, AWEC will be offering a range of talks focused on diverse aspects of Chinese academic writing, including creative writing, popular science and critical writing. These sessions aim to enable our students to “explain with reasoning, generate new ideas, and tell an engaging story” in a research paper. Invest in yourself with a rewarding experience that will hone your writing, research and critical thinking skills. We will also host a Study Abroad Scholarship workshop for students who are seeking strategies or channels for funding their education abroad. All session schedules are listed […]
Course information can be found on CEIBA or NTU COOL Due to Covid-19, for the first three weeks of the semester, all courses will be conducted online. Procedures and information on how each course will be conducted online can be found in the course description on CEIBA or NTU COOL. Please consult CEIBA to find out which online platform and/or URL each class will be using.
110-1 Semester Schedule Graduate Courses Academic Chinese Writing Tuesday 7,8,9 Academic Chinese Writing Hong-Ling Su Thursday 2,3,4 Academic Chinese Writing Hsiung-Chien Chao Fundamentals of English Writing Monday 3,4,5 Fundamentals of English Writing (conducted in English) Chen Chang Tuesday 2,3,4 Fundamentals of English Writing Nina (Tzu-Ling Yeh) Wednesday 3,4,5 Fundamentals of English Writing Edison (Chong-Hsien Chiou) Wednesday 7,8,9 Fundamentals of English Writing Miguel (Wei-Yan Li) Thursday 7,8,9 Fundamentals of English Writing Freddy (Yi-Chi Chen) English Writing for Academic Purposes Monday 2,3,4 English Writing for Academic Purposes Angela (Yi-Jiun Shiung) Tuesday 5,6,7 English Writing for Academic Purposes Way (Jie-Wei Jiang) Wednesday 3,4,5 […]
Recruitment Notice: Part-time Instructor Qualifications Master’s degree or higher, approved by the Ministry of Education. Proof of degree verification must be provided for degrees from foreign institutions Ability to teach and conduct classes entirely in English for academic presentation and critical reading courses The ideal candidate will have experience in teaching large classes. Anticipated Start Date August 1st, 2021 Required Documents CV; A photocopy of highest degree diploma and other related certificates; Two letters of recommendation; A course syllabus; A photocopy of Taiwanese ID or Alien Resident Card (ARC) and Work Permit; Other supporting materials. Application Procedure Deadline: 12:00 pm, […]