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s Title:LED lighting system for nighttime farming prevents leaf stunting, promotes accelerated growth
Summary:A research paper titled "Optimized LED-Integrated Agricultural Facilities for Adjusting the Growth of Water Bamboo (Zizania latifolia)” by NCNU's multi-department team has been selected by an SCI journal “Applied Sciences” as the cover story of its February issue.
s Title:NCNU launches SDGs curriculum to promote sustainable development practices
Summary:NCNU President Dr. Yuhlong Oliver Su sought the assistance of NCNU General Education Center Director Chang Ying-chen and NCNU Environmental Protection & Occupational Safety and Health Center Director Chen Ku-fan to develop a new SDGs curriculum.
s Title:NCNU has actively increased the use of renewable energy on campus
Summary:A solar photovoltaic power generation equipment, the 10kWp solar photovoltaic system, and 54.6kwp solar photovoltaic systems, were installed in buildings, contributing to an additional 60,000 kW of electricity. The power generated using renewable energy is directly delivered to campus buildings for use, leading to a reduced use of the grid. By doing this, NCNU has set a great model for environmental protection and invites the community to visit the university to observe the solar photovoltaic systems and learn about the importance of renewable energy.
s Title:NCNU's energy conservation campaign yields green results
Summary:As the second highest-ranking Taiwanese university on the GreenMetric World University Ranking last year, the National Chi Nan University (NCNU) proceeded to work with Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) this year to launch an energy conservation campaign in May. The initial results show a grand culmination of NT$1.16 million in electrical bill savings, and a reduction of 181,000 kilograms of carbon emissions between June and September in comparison to the same period last year.
s Title:NCNU hosts Taiwan-Japan seminar on local revitalization
Summary:The National Chi Nan University hosted a seminar on local revitalization that was co-organized by two Japanese universities — National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) and Niigata University — on Sept. 30. Japan and Taiwan have both placed increasing emphasis on regional revitalization issues in recent years.
s Title:Student teams craft engaging videos to promote NCNU
Summary:To encourage students' creative participation in boosting NCNU's international visibility, the university launched a scholarship program last November to award video-shooting proposals by students. After five months of hard work by the two selected teams, two 3-min-long video clips were formally released on May 23.
s Title:NCNU student captures the 2019 Coffee Roasting Championship title
Summary:NCNU graduate student Mo Zhi-qing (莫芷晴) was declared winner of the 2019 Coffee Roasting Championship in Taiwan. Mo, who is only 23 years old, is currently enrolled in her first year at NCNU's Department of Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management.
s Title:Taiwan's NCNU hosts Indonesian maestros of Gamelan ensemble music
Summary:To incorporate the central government's New Southbound Policy with the Ministry of Education's Higher Education Sprout Program, National Chi Nan University held a week-long campus program on the Gamelan — the traditional ensemble music of the Javanese, Sundanese, and Balinese in Indonesia — to help students and community members learn through two cultural forums and six music workshops in December.
s Title:NCNU, Japan's Shinshu University share regional revitalization expertise
Summary:Representatives from Shinshu University (SU) in Japan visited Taiwan's Nantou County to share experiences in post-disaster reconstruction at NCNU's Regional Revitalization and Trans-Boundary Governance Joint Office on Nov. 29.
s Title:NCNU donates rare hornet hive to National Museum of Natural Science
Summary:A huge Vespa ducalis hive measuring 60 x 84 x 65cm was discovered at NCNU campus and was donated to the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung for better preservation and research use.
s Title:Joint operations office for regional revitalization and cross-boundary governance opens at NCNU
Summary:President Su Yuhlong expressed his hopes for the joint operations office to become a focal networking point.
s Title:NCNU students spotlight regional history with creative projects
Summary:Amid classical pop melodies and the resounding clapping of an audience comprising village elders and community leaders, 74 freshmen from the National Chi Nan University concluded their 12-project showcase on the regional history of Ailan Plateau (愛蘭台地), which is also referred to as “Chuanshan (船山),” or “ship-shaped mountain.” The host venue Puli Senior Care Center was also transformed into the Grand Chuanshan Theater (船山大戲院) for the occasion.  
s Title:NCNU volunteers assist village of Pro-Hut in Cambodia with bedtime reading exercises
Summary:As the alleys darken with the passing of daytime, Homie Puli Café lights up with a warm glow as it awaits a volunteer group of National Chi Nan University teachers and students returning from Cambodia.