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Serendipity & Illusion Of The Twisted Trajectories
Faculties

Serendipity & Illusion Of The Twisted Trajectories

e had a chance to sit down with Professor Courtney Work, an American professor, the faculty member of Department of Ethnology at College of Social Science, to talk about her work, her life in Taiwan, and her years in Cambodia. Through many years, she devoted her time to the practice of her profession to researching…

The Role of National Identity in the Challenges of Public Policy, Political Science, and International Relations
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The Role of National Identity in the Challenges of Public Policy, Political Science, and International Relations

embers of faculty and students of the College of Social Sciences welcomed Professors Harry Harding (何漢理) from the University of Virginia and Syaru Shirley Lin (林夏如) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong at the Happy Hour event on the evening of September 17. The recently-married couple gave a presentation titled “Harry and Shirley’s Identity…

Interviewing Professor Harry Harding
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Interviewing Professor Harry Harding

tudents currently are more looking into job opportunity in choosing their field of research than their interest” these were the words of Professor Harry Harding when asked about how did he developed his research interest towards China and the difference back in 1960s to at present. This month CSS had an opportunity to meet and…

Applause: Prof. David Holm Was Nominated for the Australian Academy of the Humanities Medal for Excellence in Translation
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Applause: Prof. David Holm Was Nominated for the Australian Academy of the Humanities Medal for Excellence in Translation

ur very own Professor David Holm was recently nominated for a prestigious translation award in Australia. The popular and instantly recognisable Prof. Holm is a former director of the IDAS program and an Honorary Professor in the Department of Ethnology. He has taught a variety of courses in CSS – from Research Methods, to Zhuang…

College of Social Science’s Happy Hour  – 1st of June
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College of Social Science’s Happy Hour – 1st of June

nce again, the faculty of the College of Social Sciences had the honor to welcome professors from different departments to its regular Happy Hour event inside the faculty lounge. Professor Wang Shinn-Shyr (王信實), Director of the IMES Program opened the evening and welcomed the first speaker, Professor Kao Ya-Ning (高雅寧). Professor Kao is an assistant…

Cross-national Comparisons of Industrial Relations Systems (IRS) Considering Union Membership Growth in India and Finland
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Cross-national Comparisons of Industrial Relations Systems (IRS) Considering Union Membership Growth in India and Finland

ne of NCCU’s visiting professors, Dr. Santanu Sarkar gave a presentation about the cross-national comparisons of industrial relations systems (IRS) considering union membership growth in India and Finland. He is currently a senior research fellow at the ILR school at Cornell University in New York. He is also a professor here at NCCU in the…

Welcome to the College of Social Sciences, Stephan van Gasselt!
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Welcome to the College of Social Sciences, Stephan van Gasselt!

Happy Hour at the College of Social Sciences he College of Social Sciences warmly welcomed its newest faculty member Professor Stephan van Gasselt. As customary, the director of IMES program (International Master’s Program of Applied Economics and Social Development), Professor Wang Shinn-Shyr, and with the help of both directors of IMAS (International Master’s in Asia-Pacific…

Forewords from the Dean
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Forewords from the Dean

Sincere greetings to all of you from the College of Social Sciences. The College of Social Sciences (CSS-NCCU) is the cradle of leadership in Taiwan and it shoulders the mission to cultivate the next generation of leaders with its vision of humanity and social responsibility. The establishing of the CSS-Newsletter is to create a platform…