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About Us
The Center for International Indigenous Affairs at National Dong Hwa University was founded in August 2014 with a vision to promote international indigenous research collaboration, raise student awareness on indigenous issues across the world, and engender vibrant exchanges of indigenous academic, education and cultural affairs.

The Center has a Director, a Director Secretary General, and an International Indigenous Affairs Counseling Committee. Committee members includes Center Director, Directory Secretary General, Dean of College of Indigenous Studies, Heads of Departments, student and scholars, collaborating to promote various indigenous international affairs.


Organization Structure:
Director
Oversees all Center affairs. The Director must be a faculty member, an Associate Professor or Professor, in the Collage appointed by the Dean. It is a 3-year position and can be renewed once.

Director Secretary General
Assist the Director in Center affairs implementation. The Director Secretary General must be a faculty member in the College, appointed by the Dean. It is a 3-year position and can be renewed once.

Mission team
Should a project require, the center will gather professionals in a research or mission team to facilitate the Center in accomplishing such project.

Counseling Committee
Members of the Committee include the Director, Directory Secretary General, Dean of College of Indigenous Studies and Heads of Departments. Members serve for one year and appointment can be renewed. Director serves as the Committee Chair, and can appoint scholars from around the world and students in the College as Committee Members under appropriate circumstances.