SDG10
Reduced Inequalities

Eliminate discriminatory laws, policies and practices to ensure equal opportunity and reduce inequalities of outcome, empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all, and implement planned and well-managed migration policies.

Medical Specialists Now Available at Campus Clinic

NYCU Chiao Tung Campus has expanded its lineup of physicians to include gynecologists and psychiatrists to meet the needs of teachers and students on campus.   Outpatient service is from Monday to Friday, with additional health practicioners in rotation schedule between surgery, infectious diseases, otorhinolaryngology, neurology, and thoracic surgery. Since

SDGs:
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3
10

Flooding and Wild Creek Remediation Controversies in Taiwan has Finally been Published in International Journals

Mei-Fang Fan from Institute of Science, Technology and Society, who has long studied environmental justice and deliberative democracy, emphasized the importance of incorporating a diversified communication and dialogue to environmental governance, linking the importance of micro-and macroscopic perspectives by considering spatial scales so that the case study can be successfully

SDGs:
10
14
15
16

Alumnus & Film Director Mong-Hong Chung won the 58th Golden Horse Awards

Mong-Hong Chung, Taiwanese film director and the 78th alumnus from our school’s department of Computer Engineering (Now Department of Computer Science) won the 58th Golden Horse Awards for Best Feature Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Original Film Music and Best Actress for his film titled “The Falls”. The film also

SDGs:
3
4
10

Baseball Equipment Donation & Free Clinic for Nan’ao People

  On 24th October 2021, Zi Zhu EMBA Association’s alumni went to Ponlai Elementary School, Nan’ao Township to play baseball together with students and donate some equipment to the baseball team to help in further development of their skills.   Many executives from our school as well as governments attend

SDGs:
1
3
10
11

Friendly Campus Week X National Defense Education Event Experience

The “Friendly Campus Week” is a series of activities planned by NYCU Military Education Office that not only promotes the concepts of “anti-bullying and anti-drug” and “gender equality”, but also plans firearms shooting range activities to promote national defense education. Through the promotion of these activities, students can have a

SDGs:
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10