Date 2016-05-17 3028 Clicks
The College of Liberal Arts’ Department of Information and Communication, Chinese Literature, History, Information and Library Science and Mass Communication held the 35th Annual Liberal Arts Week starting from May 16. Vice President of Academic Affairs, Huan-chao Keh, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts,Sinn-cheng Lin, Dean of the College of Science, Zi-cong Zhou, Dean of the College of Engineering, Chii-dong Ho, Dean of the College of Business and Management, Chien-liang Chiu and Dean of the College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Hsiao-chuan Chen, cut the ceremonial ribbon together, officially setting the event in action.
Vice President Keh expressed during his opening statement, “The current age of technology is changing our learning environment on the daily basis. The College of Liberal Arts is taking advantage of the e-writing programs and will thoroughly implement and display the achievements of research and study.” Vice President Keh anticipates that the five departments of the College of Liberal Arts will blend technological education and culture to renew the spirit of innovation. Dean Lin gave his blessing for Liberal Arts Week while confirming the success of the blend of tradition with modern age concepts.
Liberal Arts Week consisted of displaying the 5 departments’ professional, innovative and industrial achievements: the Department of Chinese showcased the children’s literature that taught professional knowledge and services as well as poems and drawings; the Department of History introduced the impact of Alexander the Great and Greek culture; the Department of Information and Library Science displayed digital designs and study methods; the Department of Mass Communication gave a detailed account of student achievements and performance; and the Department of Information and Communication put forth innovative digital academic programs and results.