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2015 American Universities in Asia (AUIA) Summer School - Full Tuition Waiver Opportunity

2015 American Universities in Asia (AUIA)國際暑期學校於10476日至87日假台灣科技大學舉辦,課程共為期五周,授課教師來自美國長春藤名校,擬提供30名免費名額予三校聯盟 (臺大、臺師大、臺科大)學生一同參與課程,體驗美國大學上課實況。

American Universities in Asia (AUIA) is the first formal and authoritative international summer school in Taiwan. It is a powerful summer school pathfinder and navigator in Asia because of its rigorous academic standards, world-wide top professors and instructors from Ivy League, great reputation for successful credit transfer history, and a rich variety of campus activities. This year, AUIA is held by Taiwan Tech from 7/6 to 8/7 and is pleased to offer the opportunity for NTU Triangle (NTU, NTNU, NTUST) students to experience the real teaching and learning classroom in American universities for free.

AUIA Summer School: http://www.auiaschool.com/kcjs/

Application:  Form

Application Deadline:  17:00, June 18, 2015

Contact Person: Ms. Wang wang@mail.ntust.edu.tw  02-2730-3201

 

Application result will be announced on June 26, 2015 at http://www.oia.ntust.edu.tw/home.php

 

For 2015 class schedule, please find below:

Time

Course Title

Instructor

8:00-10:00

Introduction to Philosophy

Ross Hamilton

Principle of Microeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

Financial Accounting

Elliot Kamlet

10:00-12:00

GRE Tutoring

David Moreau

Literature

Ross Hamilton

Introduction to Sociology

Julio Minoves-Triquell

Principle of Macroeconomics

Byung-Joo Lee

Managerial Accounting

Elliot Kamlet

12:00-14:00

Introduction to Anthropology

Julio Minoves-Triquell

Business Statistics

Byung-Joo Lee

Public Speaking

Elliot Kamlet

14:00-16:00

Introduction to Western Art History

Ross Hamilton

Calculus 1

Ivan Matic

Introduction to Psychology

David Moreau

16:00-18:00

Introduction to World History

Julio Minoves-Triquell

Introduction to U.S History

Ross Hamilton

Calculus 2

Ivan Matic

18:00-20:00

Introduction to Film Studies

Ross Hamilton

Introduction to Political Science

Julio Minoves-Triquell

Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Ivan Matic

GMAT Tutoring

David Moreau

The instructors will announce the day of the class on the first day.

 

Instructors

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Ross Hamilton

David Moreau

Elliot Kamlet

From

Columbia University, Barnard College, Professor of English

Teaching Courses

Literature;
Introduction to Philosophy;
Introduction to Western Art;
Introduction to Film Studies;
Introducton to U.S History.

Academic Background

Yale University, Ph.D., English Literature, 1996
D.E.A. École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 1995
Yale University, M.A. English Literature, 1989
Queen's University, B.A. (Hons) English Literature, 1988, Dean's List Scholar.

From

Princeton University, Psychology, Postdoctoral Research Associate

Teaching Courses

Introduction to Psychology.

Academic Background

Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University (USA), 2011-Present.
Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Lille (France), 2011.
Master's D., University of Lille (France) / University of Applied Sciences (Finland), 2007.
Bachelor's D., University of Lille (France) /University of Montreal (Canada), 2005

From

SUNY-Binghamton University,

Teaching Courses

Financial Accounting;
Managerial Accounting;
Public Speaking.

Academic Background

SUNY Binghamton MS – Accounting 1978
SUNY Binghamton – BS Summa Cum Laude – Accounting 1976

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Byung-Joo Lee

Ivan Matic

Julio Minoves

From

University of Notre Dame, Associate Professor

Teaching Courses

Business Statistics;
Principle of Macroeconomics;
Principle of Microeconomics

Academic Background

Ph.D, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, August 1988.
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, August 1986
M.A., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, August 1984.
B.S., Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, August 1982

From

Duke University, Assistant Research Professor

Teaching Courses

Calculus 1;
Calculus 2;
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

Academic Background

Ph.D., Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley, 2004-2010.
B.Sc. Mathematics, University of Belgrade, 1999-2002

From

University of La Verne,

Teaching Courses

Introduction to Sociology;
Introduction to World History;
Introduction to Political Science;
Introduction to Anthropology

 Academic Background

Ph.D., Political Science, Yale University, 2006-2011

M.S., Political Science, University of Fribourg, 1991-1994

 

For more information about the program, please e-mail Ms. Wang at wang@mail.ntust.edu.tw.

 

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Update: 2015 / 06 / 02