The NCKU Museum's exhibition "Engineering Education History VI" ends on February 28th.-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

The NCKU Museum's exhibition "Engineering Education History VI" ends on February 28th.

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The NCKU Museum's exhibition "Engineering Education History VI" ends on February 28th.

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NCKU Museum's "History of Engineering Education Exhibition VI: Highway Construction and Environmental Engineering" exhibition will hold its opening ceremony at 11:00 am on December 19th at the 2nd floor of the Future Pavilion in NCKU. The ceremony will be presided over by Professor Ping-Sheng Wu, Assistant Vice President and Museum Director, on behalf of the university president. In addition to the curatorial team and professors from the Civil Engineering Department, scholars and experts who have assisted in the Engineering Education History Exhibition project, as well as representatives from the Secretariat Office and Administrative Office, are invited to attend.


In his speech, Assistant Vice President Ping-Sheng Wu expressed that the series of engineering education history exhibitions, launched by the museum since 2016, vividly illustrate NCKU's role as a pioneer in higher engineering education in 20th century Taiwan. This year's exhibition focuses on highway construction and environmental engineering, as well as the evolution of related disciplines such as civil engineering, environmental engineering, and surveying within the Civil Engineering Department. Assistant Vice President Ping-Sheng Wu pointed out that looking back, talents nurtured by NCKU's Civil Engineering Department have made significant contributions to Taiwan's national construction projects, including civil and surveying works in highway engineering, as well as environmental assessments in various engineering projects, demonstrating their importance in Taiwan's history.


Assistant Vice President Ping-Sheng Wu also praised the curatorial team for their efforts in faithfully presenting the university's history and popularizing engineering knowledge. He thanked various internal units for their assistance in promoting the project and hoped that this exhibition could continue NCKU's spirit of nurturing talents for the nation, showcasing the university's social responsibility.


Following this, Professor Hong-Shan Weng, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering and initiator of the project, introduced the origin and evolution of the History of Engineering Education series. Co-principal investigators, Professor De-He Lee and Professor Yi-Xing Tseng from the Department of Civil Engineering and the Department of Surveying, respectively, shared past experiences and details of the project. Lastly, Associate Researcher You-Hua Tsai from the museum summarized the project's execution. After the opening ceremony, guided tours of the exhibition were conducted by Associate Researcher You-Hua Tsai.


The History of Engineering Education Exhibition VI is currently displayed in the rear section of the Future Pavilion, 1st floor, Victory Campus, NCKU. The exhibition is open from Monday to Friday, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, and will run until February 28th, 113th year of the Republic of China. Interested individuals are welcome to visit and provide feedback on the exhibition.
 

The NCKU Museum will host the opening ceremony for the exhibition "Engineering Education History Exhibition VI: Highway Construction and Environmental Engineering" on December 19th at 11:00 AM in the Future Pavilion on the 2nd floor of NCKU's Main Campus.

Assistant Vice President Wu Ping-sheng stated that the series of exhibitions on the history of engineering education have been launched by the museum since 2016, showcasing NCKU's pivotal role in Taiwan's higher engineering education in the 20th century.

The initiator of the project, Professor Emeritus Hong-shan Weng from the Department of Chemical Engineering at NCKU, introduced the origin and evolution of the series of exhibitions on the history of engineering education.

Co-coordinator Professor Emeritus Deh-horng Lee from the Department of Civil Engineering at NCKU shared past experiences and the content of the project.

Guided by Associate Researcher You-hua Tsai from the NCKU Museum, the guests were led to the exhibition hall for a tour.

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