The 20th Anniversary Celebration of the College of Indigenous Studies

It’s time for us to celebrating the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the College of Indigenous Studies (CIS)! Thanks to the partners and supporter who have facilitated and participated CIS, the Center for International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA) would like to share 6 short video clips for this special event! Come and check them out!

 

“Tea & Talk” with Prof. Dana Powell

Dana Powell is MOST Visiting Associate Professor in the Center for International Indigenous Affairs. Powell is a cultural anthropologist, with teaching and research focus on Indigenous Peoples, environmental justice, energy ethics, land rights, and relationships with the environment. For more on her projects, please see: www.danapowell.net Every Thursday welcome to Tea & Talk. Look for…

Critical Learning with Social Responsibility – NDHU Indigenous Community – Based Action Learning Workshop

In response to the Ministry of Education’s Higher Education project called SPROUT (Sustained Progress and Rise of Universities in Taiwan 高教深耕) the National Dong Hwa University’s (NDHU) College of Indigenous Peoples (CIS) is leading a project called College – Indigenous Communities Alliance (部落結盟) , which serves CIS’s missions and goals to students and indigenous communities.…

University of Ottawa ‘ties-the-knot’ with Taiwan’s National Dong Hwa University

NDHU-CIS president Han-Chieh Chao and U of O professor Scott Simon. Image: Centre for international Indigenous Affairs at National Dong Hwa University. University of Ottawa ‘ties-the-knot’ with Taiwan’s National Dong Hwa University  Karli Zschogner  2020/09/27 THE PARTNERSHIP’S GOAL IS A CROSS-POLLINATION TOWARDS DECOLONIZATION, INDIGENIZATION, AND TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE On Sept. 24,  the University of Ottawa’s faculty…

uOttawa, Taiwan’s National Dong Hwa promote Indigenous academic and research initiatives

The University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Social Sciences is joining forces with Taiwan’s National Dong Hwa University College of Indigenous Studies (NDHU-CIS) to promote Indigenous Studies after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on academic and research cooperation. The aim is to promote broad, cross-disciplinary and inter-university cooperation between uOttawa FSS and the NDHU-CIS by…

Indigenous Research Collaboration Workshop and Call for Proposal

From left to right:Dondon Houmwm、Wang, Yu-Hsin、Shu-chuan Lai and Bavaragh Dagalomai In response to the indigenous peoples from “being researched” to a “mutually dominant” position in Taiwanese indigenous research, we seek to build a knowledge system in order to answer to the needs of indigenous community, and to strengthen the ethic consolidation of the field. Center…

Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Award Profile Awards are available to pursue a full-time Master’s degree in Ethnic Relations and Cultures at National Dong Hwa University (NDHU). The program is taught in Chinese. Students can submit homework/exams/theses in English. The program combines one year of intensive studies of the Chinese language with a two-year master’s degree program. International students spend their…

NDHU and uOttawa sign Memorandum of Understanding on international education and research

President Han-Chieh Chao took a photo after awarding the first honorary alumni award to Professor Simon NDHU and uOttawa sign Memorandum of Understanding on international education and research National Dong Hwa University(NDHU)Center for Indigenous International Affairs(hereinafter referred to as CIIA), in response to President Han-Chieh CHAO’s(趙涵㨗)efforts to improve international competitiveness and ranking, actively participates in…

CIIA’s congratulations to the Fu-Mei Wu Memorial Scholarship Award winners

Aotearoa New Zealand’s Waitangi Day CIIA’s congratulations to the Fu-mei Wu Memorial Scholarship Award winners The Center for International Indigenous Affairs(CIIA)of the College of Indigenous Studies at the National Dong Hwa University recently announced the award winners of the “Fu-mei Wu Memorial Scholarship’. The scholarship commemorates Mrs. Fu-Mei Wu’s long-term support and care for the…