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2020 / 10 / 29

2020 / 10 / 23

2020 / 10 / 12

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS OPINION QUESTIONNAIRE

2020 / 10 / 04

This survey will mainly be used for further Academic Programs/Interdisciplinary Micro-programs optimization and also let the school understand students’ learning status. 

Please fill in the course optimization opinion questionnaire, and if you want to participate in the lucky draw, please fill in your student ID and cellphone number for contact purposes.

Survey object: All students in NTPU (Undergraduate, Extension education for undergraduate, Graduate, PhD student)

Survey time: 2020.10.05~2020.11.15

Please click here to fill in the questionnaire→ Academic Programs opinion questionnaire ←

2020 / 09 / 23

Class Adjustment on Sanxia Campus on Oct. 2

2020 / 09 / 14

According to the 109-calendar announced by Directorate-General of Personnel Administration and the school’s 109-calendar, October 2 of this year will become holiday in response to the Moon Festival.  The make-up workday will adjust to September 26 on Saturday.  Make-up courses on September 26 for bachelor's class (excluding extension education), master's class (excluding in-service master's program) and doctoral class should be arranged by teacher in charge who should inform the adjustment to students.

109-1 General Courses, All English-taught Courses and Distance Courses of University System of Taipei have been updated

2020 / 09 / 03

l   109-1 General courses in University System of Taipei have been updated; students can check in the Course Query System

l   All English-taught and distance courses can be found in the drop-down menu [Course Query System]/ [Curriculum]/ [Department] and click the school name and school system to inquire about courses. Please refer to Attachment 1.

l   The courses of University System of Taipei will be open to students during the add and drop period online from September 15 to September 24,2020.

l   Please be careful of the course’s time when choosing the general classes of NTUT, TMU and NTOU.

ü   The course time of NTUT and TMU is roughly the same as our school. (The time from the first class to the 9th class is the same, but there is a slight difference after the 10th class.) Please refer to Attachment 2.

ü   The course time of NTOU is quite different from our school. Curse Query

          System has compared the time of NTOU to the time of our school as

          much as possible, but for the exact time and classroom, please refer to

          Attachment.

l   The explanation of using the digital learning center of NTUT, TMU and NTOU.

ü   Those who take the general course of NTUT will be imported into the system by NTUT at the end of September. Use the original student ID and password (password default: the small letter of English letter on identify card plus first 7 digits, such as a1234567) to enter the school’s digital learning center without additional application.

ü   The system will automatically send a letter and notify your account’s password to those who take the general class of TMU. If you need to apply for the account’s password in advance, please go to the Curriculum Section on the fourth floor of Academic Affairs. The map of TMU is shown in Attachment 4.

ü   Those who take general education courses of NTOU and want to use 

non-synchronized distance courses will be dealt with by the course’s teacher. If you have any questions, please contact the organizer of NTOU

, Ms. Jiang (Tel: 02-24622192 ext. 1018).

 

l   Notice: The number of students may influence the size of classroom. Please check the college’s website before taking the course.

Attachment 1: The way of searching All English-taught class and digital class

Attachment 2: The time schedule of NTUT and NTOU

Attachment 3: The comparison schedule of NTOU’s course time and classroom

Attachment 4: The map of TMU

2020 Global Corporate Sustainability Forum (2020 GCSF)

2020 / 08 / 05

2020 Global Corporate Sustainability Forum (2020 GCSF)-Inclusiveness, Innovation, and Investment

November 19, 2020
The Grand Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C)

“2020 Global Corporate Sustainability Forum (2020 GCSF)” will be held in Taipei, Taiwan on November 19, 2020. It represents a valuable occasion to discuss opportunities and challenges in corporate sustainability by bringing together practical and academic communities around the world. The theme of 2020 GCSF, “Inclusiveness, Innovation, and Investment”, aims to emphasize the importance of SDGs in the field of corporate sustainability.

The 2020 GCSF warmly welcomes all the participants of the event. The speakers will share their researches, approaches and innovative ideas on the concept and practice of corporate sustainability. We hope that the 2020 GCSF will provide a contribution to advancing and disseminating practical and effective strategies and solutions to build a sustainable world.

Call for Paper

You can submit a manuscript for an oral presentation in one of the following topics. Submissions must be in English; 2020 GCSF will be held in English completely. Abstracts and manuscripts will be published in proceedings. Selected papers will also be forwarded for publication in the special issue – “Inclusiveness, Innovation, and Investment” – of Journal of Business Administration (JBA, ISSN: 1025-9627), which is indexed in EconLit, EBSCO, ABI/INFORM and ProQuest. 2020 GCSF aims to have a positive impact on the search for sustainable solutions through the following main topics:

· Socially responsible investing (SRI)
· Social return on investment (SROI)
· Task force on climate-related financial disclosures (TCFD)
· Big data and corporate sustainability
· Internet of things (IoT) and corporate sustainability
· Artificial intelligence (AI) and corporate sustainability
· Circular economy and corporate sustainability
· Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and performance
· Economic sustainability on banking and finance
· Global strategies in corporate sustainability
· Green innovation. Green marketing
· Green production. Green design
· Green finance. Green accounting
· Green supply chain management
· Energy, resource, waste, and environmental policy, planning & management
· Entrepreneurship management and sustainable development
· Corporate sustainability and competitive strategies
· Clean development mechanism and carbon emission reduction
· Renewable energy policy and planning
· Climate change and environmental economics

Submission Formatting

Please follow the APA (American Psychological Association) formatting and citation guide. In addition, the authors should refer to the following submission formatting guidelines.

· A4 size paper. Single line space. Margins: 2.54 cm on the left and 2.54 cm on the right. Align left. No footers and headers allowed.
· Fonts:
o   Title: Times New Roman 14 bold
o   Subtitles: Times New Roman 12 bold
o   Text: Times New Roman 12
· First page (title page): Title of manuscript. Name(s) of author(s). Affiliation(s) of the author(s). E-mail address(es) of the author(s).
· Second page: Abstract of maximum 300 words. Key words of maximum 5 words (under abstract).
· Paper page limit: 20 pages, including all figures, tables and references.

Submission Method

Email: gcsf.submission@gmail.com (.pdf, .doc or .docx)

Hosting Organization

2020 GCSF is organized by the College of Business at National Taipei University and Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE).

Venue

The Grand Hotel Taipei
No.1, Sec. 4, Zhongshan North Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei 10461, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission Deadline: September 27, 2020
Date of Acceptance Notification: October 12, 2020
2020 GCSF: November 19, 2020

Registration Fee

Registration fee of 2020 GCSF is free for all presenters and participants on November 19, 2020. (No meal service)

Dormitory application information of Sanxia campus

2020 / 07 / 16

International Students who register for dormitory are required to contact the office of International Affairs before July 9.

Contact email: foreign@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

2020 / 06 / 30

Notice – Fall 2020 Registration Dates

2020 / 06 / 11

1. Course selection period
First stage of the selection period: 2020/08/04 ~ 08/10
Second stage of the selection period : 2020/08/25 ~ 08/31
Add/Drop period: 2020/09/15 ~ 09/24

2. Print out tuition bill: Begins 2020/08/28

3. Tuition fee payments
(1)Pay cash in at branches of Land Bank of Taiwan
(2)ATM Transfer
(3)Credit Card
(4)Convenience store (additional handling charge)

4. Registration deadline: 2020/09/09

School Leaving Procedure Notices for Bachelor/Master/Doctor Program Graduates (2020 Spring Semester)

2020 / 05 / 27

1. Please review if there’s anything undone at the “School Leaving Procedure System” after June 8th, 2020. (Located in your student information system.)

A. Grades/Scores are all recorded over your years of study, and have met the graduation threshold.

B. Confirmation of every unit related to the school leaving procedure. (Each department, Library, Cashier Section, International Affairs etc.)

*Confirmation from the Center of Comparative Law Documentation/ Reference & Extension Services Section of Library are excluded for Bachelor degree students.

2. Once everything above is done, please bring your Student ID card and head to the Registration Section for your diploma.

3. All graduates should finish the school leaving procedure before September 11th.

[Notes]

1. Office hour during summer break: Monday to Friday, from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
2. According to school academic calendar, classes begin on September 14th. Thus, graduates should complete the school leaving procedure before September 11th to avoid any influence on further education.
3. Students who is in urgent need of graduation certificate, please take note to go through the process early.
4. Student Information System and E-learning Academy 2.0 accounts will be deactivated after the graduation certificate was collected. Kindly back up all of the information for further references if needed.
5. Before leaving school, students who still is the school part-time assistant should go through the contract termination process in each responsible unit. (Personnel Division, Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Student Affairs, Office of Research and Development Affairs)

NTPU urges faculties and students to answer the questionnaire and wear fask mask on campus

2020 / 04 / 06

National Taipei University (NTPU) announced the new strategies to prevent the COVID-19 during the spring break.  From April 8, all faculties, students, and gusets have to wear their face mask when entering the campus, and all faculties and students have to responce their foot track during the vacation before 4 p.m. on April 8.

"As stated by the Ministry of Education and the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), the next 14 days will be critical to Taiwan's COVID-19 prevention efforts."

To avoid a new wave of COVID-19 cases in Taiwan after the Spring Break Holidays, NTPU asked their faculties and students to follow the instructions below to protect themselves and the others.

1. Anyone who had traveled to the following tourist spots are strongly advised to stay home and begin 14 days of self-health management.  Should you experience any symptoms suspiciously similar to COVID-19, including fever, cough, respiratory illnesses, smell and taste disorders with unknown cause, please go to a doctor for help as soon as possible andshould NOT enter campus and you should also implement active health surveillance.

Those tourist spots are: Alishan National Forest Recreation Area (阿里山國家森林遊樂區); Dongdamen Night Marketin Hualien County (花蓮東大門夜市); Wenhua Road in Chiayi City (嘉義文化路); Guanzihling (關子嶺), Hutoupi (虎頭埤), Wushantou Reservoir (烏山頭水庫) and Wusanto Huching Resort Hotel (湖境度假會館) in Tainan; Singda Harbor (興達港) and Chishan Old Street (旗山老街) in Kaohsiung; and Chaotian Temple (朝天宮) in Yunlin County’s Beigang Township (北港); south of Pingtung County’s Nanjhou Township (南州), including Kenting National Park.

2. Please keep a social distance of at least 1.5m indoors and 1m outdoors, wear a face mask and wash your hands frequently.  It is now compulsory to wear a face mask when taking public transportation.  Please wear a face mask and seek immediate medical attention if you are feeling ill and tell the doctor your travel history.  Call 1922 for inquiries.

3. Face masks become mandatory for anyone entering the campus beginning from April 8.  NTPU also remind all students to follow the pandemic measures, such as wearing masks or monitoring temperature while taking public transports or entering into hospitals.

4. Short-term exchange students who are unable to purchase masks with the ID card can purchase 3 masks a week at NT$5 per mask during office hours (Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm) at the Office of International Affairs.

5. To find out everyone’s travel history during the Spring Break Holidays, please fill out NTPU’s “Spring Break Holidays Travel History Survey.”

2020 SPRING COURSES ADD & DROP BETWEEN MAR 3 AND 12

2020 / 02 / 09

1.  As the epidemic of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak getting severe, the starting date of the Spring Semester has been postponed accordingly. Related course selection periods have been adjusted as well. In order to maintain your rights, please review the “Course Selection Notices/Guidelines for Course Selection” before the selection.

→Click here for 2020 Spring Semester Course Notices and Guidelines←

2.   Dates for 2020 Spring Semester Course Selection:

◆ [Courses Add & Drop]: 2020/3/3 (TUE) 8:30 to 2020/3/12 (THURS) 17:00.

◆ [Courses Drop —2nd time (last chance)]: 2020/3/13(FRI) 08:30 to 2020/3/16 (MON) 17:00.

◆Confirm Class Timetable online: 2020/3/17(TUE) 08:30 to 2020/3/23(MON) 17:00.

3. Please contact the Curriculum Section for any course inquiries : course@gm.ntpu.edu.tw

NTPU-2020 Spring Semester Arrival date and notices of health and safety on campus Survey

2020 / 02 / 07
NTPU-2020 Spring Semester Arrival date and notices of health and safety on campus Survey
To prevent the 2019-nCoV infection in NTPU, all students are required to answer NTPU Novel coronavirus (2019 nCoV) Survey.

The Survey helps to discover the potential infection resource and control the transmission for 2019 n-CoV.

A. All NTPU faculty, staff and students returning from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau, are required to monitor their body temperature 14 days in the morning and evening.

B. Please wear a mask to rest in the bedroom with a private bathroom, and avoid entering or leaving public places to minimize contact with others. Wash your hands regularly with soap and cover your nose and mouth with sleeves when coughing and sneezing. Do not share personal belongings with others. Maintain good personal hygiene.

D. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your sleeve when coughing and sneezing.

E. Continue to wear a mask if respiratory symptoms occur.

F. It's required to disinfect the environment with diluted bleach. The single exit is expected and everyone should take the temperature. If any fever occurs, please inform us.

G. Suggestion for environment disinfection:
(1) For environment such as desks and chairs in the classroom, furniture, cook, etc, 1:100 diluted bleach (500 ppm) is recommended for disinfection.
(2) For the bathroom or the surface of the toilet, 1:10 diluted bleach (500 ppm) is recommended for disinfection.
(3) It's advised to disinfect the environment at least once a day and use the bleach made that day.
(4) Maintain well cleansed and ventilated indoors.

H. If you come in contact with the 2019 New Coronavirus (2019nCoV) from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and have a fever or flu-like symptoms, (eg fever> 38 ° C, cough, runny nose, sore throat, etc.) please inform quarantine officers at the airport/port immediately. Or dial 1922 to obtain instructions on seeking medical attention.


I. For more information, please visit the Taiwan CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov.tw/EnI. For more NTPU Epidemics prevention and environment disinfection information at http://lms.ntpu.edu.tw/site/wpep. The epidemics prevention instruction will be followed by Taiwan CDC.

NTPU cares about you.

NTPU-2020 Spring Semester Arrival date and notices of health and safety on campus Survey

First day of 2020 Spring semester postpones to March 2

2020 / 02 / 06

Dear students,

In response to the outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China, NTPU postpones the first day of the 2020 Spring Semester to March 2 (Monday), the orientation date will be announced soon.  Meanwhile,for the good school environment, we would like to ask for your favor and cooperation to answer the survey before Feb. 9, 2020.

Survey(Feb. 5 to Feb. 9): https://forms.gle/WQvFRSK8vDDL58CH6 

For some students who booked the Sanxia campus housing are coming next week, the check-in time is available on Feb.15 to Feb.16 or Feb.29 to March 1 (09:00-18:00). We strongly recommend you don’t entry to China, Hong Kong and Macau recently in this special time.  For all of you should aware of your current health condition, if you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us: Healthy & Care Center 02-8674-1111 ext.66256、66258 or call the toll-free hotline 1922 to obtain instructions on seeking medical attention.

<Information Link>

Taiwan Center for Disease Control 

Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China (TAIWAN) 

2020 / 01 / 31

2020 SPRING 2ND COURSE PRE-SELECTION BETWEEN JAN 14 AND 20

2020 / 01 / 09

2020 Spring 2nd Course Pre-Selection Date: 1/14(TUE)8:30~1/20(MON) 17:00
1.  In order to maintain your rights, please review the “Course Selection Notices/Guidelines for Course Selection” before the selection.
Click here for 2020 Spring Semester Course Notices and Guidelines
2.  
Courses for 2020 Spring are now searchable in the Course Query System.
3.  
Dates for 2020 Spring Semester Course Selection:
 
Course selection [2nd Stage]: 2020/1/14 (TUE) 8:30 to 2020/1/20 (MON) 17:00
     Course selection results will be searchable after 2020/2/3(MON) 18:00
4. 
Please contact the Curriculum Section for any course inquiries
    (course@gm.ntpu.edu.tw)

Call for Papers: ICBA 2020 at NTPU

2019 / 12 / 29

【Call for Papers】

2020 International Conference on Business Administration (ICBA 2020) at NTPU

May 8, 2020

Taipei Campus, National Taipei University, Taipei, Taiwan

2020 International Conference on Business Administration (ICBA 2020) at National Taipei University (NTPU) calls for English papers in the field of management, emphasizing innovative and interesting issues. As a prestigious academic conference, ICBA 2020, organized by Department of Business Administration at National Taipei University, has become an important event for academic researchers, practical experts, professors, Ph.D. and master students, managers, decision makers, and so on.

ICBA 2020 is not only an academic forum but also a professional platform for participants to share, learn, communicate, and exchange research ideas. Please submit full papers to ntpuconference@gm.ntpu.edu.tw before the due day, March 16, 2020, and join us immediately. Selected excellent papers will be given full consideration for publication in the special issue of Journal of Business Administration (JBA, ISSN: 1025-9627), which is indexed in EconLit, EBSCO, ABI/INFORM, and ProQuest. The submission scope of ICBA 2020 includes the following topics:

‧ Strategic management ‧ Marketing management ‧ Financial management
‧ Organizational behavior ‧ Human resource management ‧ Information management
‧ Operation management ‧ Electronic commerce ‧ Big data analysis
‧ Supply chain management ‧ Logistics management ‧ International business management
‧ Corporate social responsibility ‧ Corporate sustainability ‧ Knowledge management
‧ Health care administration ‧ Artificial intelligence ‧ Leisure management
‧ Managerial accounting ‧ Entrepreneurship management ‧ Innovation management
‧ Technology management ‧ Project management ‧ Other topics

Important Dates and Conference Venue

Due day of paper submission: March 16, 2020
Notification of acceptance: 14 working days after submission
Due day of payment after paper acceptance: April 6, 2020
Due day of submission of revised full paper, registration form, and postal remittance receipt (or electronic wire transfer receipt): April 8, 2020
Conference date: 13:30-17:30 p.m. on May 8, 2020
Conference venue:7F Seminar Room, No. 67, Sec. 3, Min-Sheng E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei Campus, National Taipei University, Taipei 10478, Taiwan

Submission

Authors are kindly invited to submit full papers to: ntpuconference@gm.ntpu.edu.tw by means of email for peer review before the due day, March 16, 2020. Only the paper titles, author names, affiliations, abstracts, and keywords of the accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of ICBA 2020. The proceedings of ICBA 2020 will not publish the accepted full papers.

Registration Fees and Payment Options

After receiving the notification of paper acceptance, the authors will be kindly invited to complete the payment of registration fees before the due day, April 6, 2020. There are two payment options listed as follows. If authors locate in Taiwan, please apply Option 1 to pay registration fees per accepted paper. Moreover, if authors locate in areas except Taiwan, please apply Option 2 to pay registration fees per accepted paper.

【Option 1】:
Postal Remittance via Post Office Giro Number (only for authors in Taiwan)
1. Registration fees per accepted paper: student-NT$1,500 or non-student-NT$3,000
2. The details of postal remittance via post office Giro number are listed as follows:
Post Office Giro Number: 19456481
Payee’s Name: National Taipei University
Message: ICBA 2020 at NTPU

【Option 2】:
Electronic Wire Transfer via SWIFT code (for authors in areas except Taiwan)
1. Registration fees per accepted paper: student-US$50 or non-student-US$100
2. The details of electronic wire transfer via SWIFT code are listed as follows:
Institution (Company) Name: National Taipei University
Account Name: National Taipei University
Account Number: 112056000022
Bank Address: 83, Minsheng St., Sanxia Dist., New Taipei City 237, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Branch Name: Land Bank of Taiwan, Sanshia Branch
SWIFT Code: LBOTTWTP

After the completion of the above payment, please email revised full paper, registration form, and postal remittance receipt (or electronic wire transfer receipt) to: ntpuconference@gm.ntpu.edu.tw before the due day, April 8, 2020.

Formatting Guidelines

Papers must be in English of up to 15 pages in conference paper format.
References and citations must follow the APA (American Psychological Association) Referencing Guide and APA Citation Format.
Paper content must be original and relevant to one of the conference topics.
Authors should ensure the accuracy of quotations, citations, figures, and tables.
Figures and tables must be clear and placed at the right positions in the text.
Papers must follow the format according to the downloadable Word template.

More Information

Organizer: Department of Business Administration at National Taipei University
Co-organizers: Taipei Business Administration Association, Alumni Association of Department of Business Administration at NTPU

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the conference executive secretary, Ms. Michelle Huang, via email: ntpuconference@gm.ntpu.edu.tw