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2015-11-16
International Activities

Many of our students and professors have engaged in international activities.

Jamie Lin presented a paper at IAMCR 2015 in Canada on July 2015. The paper topic was "The Summoning: Reverse Women's Oppression through Road Running in Taiwan". 

Naomi Ma presented a paper at FISU Conference Gwangju 2015 in Korea in July 2015. The paper topic was "On The Way of Becoming Expert - SSU Student Journalist’s Self-Directed Learning". 

Isabel Wang has been selected to accompany Taiwan’s health authorities to the 68th World Health Assembly (WHA) as the observers in Geneva, Switzerland, announced on 6 May by Ministry of Foreign Affairs, TW ROC. For more information, please see the detailed article here.

Cara Busch is a Taiwan Scholarship student, and presented a paper at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association's annual conference in California in November 2014. You can read the title and abstract on the PAMLA website.Cara has also collaborated with IMICS students Ivan Wang and Mike Lu on a promotion video for Cheetah Mobile, to rework the original Chinese script and to act.

 

Honorary professor Leonard L CHU

 

1) Organized and chaired a panel titled "Hong Kong Tugs with China over Media Freedom in post-1997". He also crtitiqued the four papers at International Communication Association's regional conference at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, October 1-3, 2014.
2) Book Review of "One person, One Story (yiren yi gushi) and "One person, Another Story (yiren you yi gushi). Chinese Journal of Commuication, Vol. 8 No. 2, March 2015.

 
Assistant Professor Yi-Chieh Lin
Professor Lin has participated in several international academic forums. Here is a list of her academic conference papers.


 

 
 
  Our Students

Winibeer Jhineth González

I am taking The Master Program in International Communications with the main goal of becoming a link between Hispanic America and Asia, especially Taiwan, since the commercial and diplomatic relations of these two areas have a steadily growth.

A big number of American and Asian organizations, governmental institutions and companies are waiting for visionary and well trained people, so after finishing the master I am planning to apply for a diplomatic position or join the Public Relations and/or Marketing department in any of the mentioned above.

Being able to speak the three most spoken languages around the world represents a valuable key that allows me to break cross cultural barriers and adopt an advantaged professional position in the globalization.

I have great expectations about IMICS and my learning interests are mainly based on the following courses: International Media and Strategic Management, Management of Public Relations and Publics, International Media Advocacy and Social Marketing, Development and Culture in a Global Context, Mainland China Communication Studies and Persuasive Communication.
 
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The Relationship between Media and Spokesman in the Digital Age
Prof. Chu's Farewell Party
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