[Invitation] Fulbright Talks: Friday, November 8, 2019

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Dear Fulbright Friends,

Greetings from Fulbright Taiwan!

Fulbright Taiwan cordially invites you to attend a Fulbright Talk at 1:30 - 4:00 pm on Friday, November 8 at Fulbright Taiwan (3F, No. 45, Yanping S. Rd., Taipei City).

The speakers and topics are as follows,

Dr. Wen, Ling-Yu Melody 温玲玉
Fulbright Senior Scholar 2018-2019
Host Institution: San Jose State University, CA
Professor, Department of Finance; Special Assistant to the President, 
National Changhua University of Education

New Trends in Business Innovations for High-Caliber Tech Talents

Summary: This research conducted in-depth interviews with CEOs and top managers in the high tech industry to explore what skill sets they believe are the most important in creating an innovative atmosphere and improving human capital management in the Silicon Valley

Dr. Hsiung, Ping-Chuan 熊秉荃
Fulbright Senior Scholar 2018-2019
Host Institution: Chicago Center for Family Health, IL
Professor, Department of Social Work, National Taiwan University

Topic: Rare but not alone:  Children with genetic disorders

Summary: The shockwaves strike entire family units when their children go through genetic testing and diagnostic confirmation, this is especially true for Chinese families with tight relations and issues of “saving face”. This presentation will examine how resilience-based professionals work with parents and their children in a “rare but not alone” journey.

Dr. Johanna Sirera Ransmeier 任思梅
Fulbright Senior Scholar 2019-2020
Host Institution: Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Home Institution: Department of History, University of Chicago

Topic: Legal Literacy and Aspirations for Law in the first half of China’s Twentieth Century

Summary: This talk introduces my ongoing project in which I examine the visions that citizens of China’s republic envisioned their legal system and the hopes and expectations they had for their legal system. My work is especially concerned with the perceptions and strategies developed by figures like housewives, children, and others who found need to explore the boundaries of the law.​

Format:  All presentations will be conducted in English. 

Feel free to invite your colleagues, students or friends to join us. 

Please use the link below to learn more information and for registration (required for attendance). Thank you.  


We are looking forward to seeing you,
Fulbright Taiwan

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