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The Department of Business Administration Celebrates its 60th Anniversary

Date 2019-05-01 2765 Clicks

This year the TKU Department of Business Administration commemorates 60 years since its establishment. On May 1, 2019, the Department's alumni association held a range of celebratory activities, including a festive gala dinner - replete with dazzling performances - as well as ‘the 14th Competitiveness and Operations Management Symposium.’

The Symposium was held at the Business and Management Building on the Tamsui Campus. By integrating both theoretical and practical elements, the organizers hoped to provide business owners and high-level managers with practical ways of enhancing their competitiveness, and to motivate faculty members to pursue related research in the future.

The celebratory gala event was organized to follow the symposium, and was held at the Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei. The purpose of the celebration was to strengthen and solidify the close friendship enjoyed by Department alumni, and also to thank such alumni for their long-term and selfless contributions, support, and care for TKU and for their old Department.

Dignitaries present at the gala included: the President of Tamkang University, Dr. Huan-Chao Keh, the Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Shi-Feng Chuang, the former TKU President and current Chair of the Retired Tamkang Faculty Association, Dr. Lin Yun-shan, the Dean of the College of Business and Management, Dr. Tzong-Ru Tsai, the Executive Director of the Office of Alumni Services and Resource Development, Dr. Yang Shu-Chuen, the Executive Director of the Tamkang University EMBA Program, Dr. Lin Ku-jun, the Chair of the Department of Economics, Dr. Lin Yen-Ling, the President of the Federation of TKU Department Alumni Associations, Mr. Lawrence Lin, the President of the Tamkang University Golden Eagle Club, Mr. Sun Jui-lung, and the presidents of various department alumni associations, and the presidents of various department alumni associations, including the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies, the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, the Department of Japanese, French, German, the Department of Statistics, and the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering.