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Awards for Those Who Dedicated to Indigenous Education in World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium
2019-08-29

The Annual General Meeting of World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium was successfully ended on 2nd August. During the consortium, WINHEC Circle of Honours were awarded to those who have been dedicated to education in the banquet night in Farglory Hotel.

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World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium Had Been Held Successfully in Taiwan
2019-08-29

World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC), which consists of eight nations, was presided by Dr. Bavaragh Dagalomai (Jolan Hsieh, 謝若蘭), the director of Center of International Indigenous Affairs, College of Indigenous Studies, in Taiwan this year from 28th July to 2nd August, 2019. The duration of WINHEC 2019, including pre-meeting day, were six days in total. Over a hundred of participants who came as scholars, educators, and many local and foreign youths and elders who have been dedicated and interested in the area of indigenous education came from different nations worldwide and gathered together to discuss issues of indigenous education. This year, the election of new co-chair which is a three-year term position also took place in WINHEC 2019 in Taiwan. Dr. Jolan Hsieh was recommended by the representatives of member nation as the new co-chair. With the current chair, Dr. Elmer Guy from Navajo Technical University, they will lead WINHEC together in the succeeding years.

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Namoh Rata Receiving Honorary Doctorate from The World Indigenous Nations University
2019-08-28

Each member country of World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) nominates their honorary doctorates who have been through lifelong meritorious academic endeavors for the benefit of their own indigenous peoples to World Indigenous Nations University (WINU). And the awards are given in the annual consortium to praise their endeavors and thank their humble dedication. The nominees of this years are in a total number of nine: one from Alaska, two from Norway, two from Hawaii, three from Australia, and one from Taiwan. The nominee as well as the recipient of Honorary Doctorate from Taiwan goes to Amis teacher, Namoh Rata.

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CSIE International Students Spread Blessings to Orchid Island
2019-07-25

Starting in 2011, the Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering(Dept. of CSIE)of National Dong Hwa University(NDHU)established its English-taught Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. degree programs for international students, and had been committed to international accreditation and cooperation in order to provide the best learning environment. Currently, the CSIE department includes international students from five different continents, with alumni spread around the world.

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Professors of Top Universities from New Zealand Came for a Visit and Exchange for Future Cooperation in Indigenous Studies
2019-07-17

Center for Internaitonal Indigenous Affairs (hereinafter referred to as CIIA) hosted Dr. Linda Waimarie Nikora and her accompanies for visiting local communities and engaging in exchanges of local issues. Being their first time visiting Taiwan, the visit consisting of abundant experiences and fruitful conversations resulted in further willingness of cooperation on both parties.

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Administrators at University of Ottawa Visited NDHU in Talks for Future Inter-collegiate Collaboration
2019-07-03

With the hope of promoting actual collaboration with aborigines abroad on academic research, NDHU's Center of International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA), managing to take advantage of its uniqueness and its mission, signed a memorandum on off-site courses, which are meant to allow visiting students opportunities to appreciate local Taiwanese culture through interaction with Taiwanese students, lectures by instructors with expertise and exposure to tribal activities.

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