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TNUA unveils TAD Lab

TNUA Newsletter
Poster:Secretariat Office發佈日期:2018-03-14
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TNUA has set up the TaipeiArts Doctoral Research Lab (TAD Lab) to promote cross-disciplinary studies and collaboration.
 
TAD Lab was formally unveiled on March 6 at a ceremony presided over by TNUA President Prof. Chen Kai-Huang.
 
Speaking at the ceremony, Prof. Chen noted that TNUA, which has been a professional platform for arts activities, has established TAD Lab to add a different dimension to the university, looking to construct a knowledge-based system where academic research can be better integrated. 
 
TAD Lab will act as a platform to provide research guidance for doctoral and master’s degree studies, and to promote international academic exchange, Prof. Chen said. 
 
It is hoped that TAD Lab can extend its reach to other parts of Asia and widely serve art lovers.
 
TAD Lab has launched its first series of talks running till the end of June. The series – organized by Mr. Austin Hsu, a doctoral candidate at TNUA’s Department of Fine Arts – explores the roles of young scholars. The series will feature talks by eight doctoral candidates from different universities in Taiwan and other countries.
 
They will talk about their research themes and the related fields of studies, as well as their methodologies. It is hoped that their talks will create dialogues between different fields and disciplines.
 
The speaker featured in the first talk of the series was Mr. Lai Tsz Yuen, a Ph.D. candidate of the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing, Hong Kong Baptist University. 
 
 
Caption: At the ceremony unveiling TAD Lab: TNUA President Prof. Chen Kai-Huang (second right); Prof. Yang Kai-Lin (extreme left), dean of the School of Fine Arts; Prof. Liao Jen-I (center), director of the TNUA Library; Mr. Austin Hsu (second left), a doctoral candidate of the Department of Fine Arts; and the first guest speaker – Mr. Lai Tsz Yuen (extreme right), a Ph.D. candidate of the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing, Hong Kong Baptist University.
 
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