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Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU

2011/04/15

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校外委員蒞校進行「校園環境與安全管理績效評鑑」及「性別平等教育訪視」。

FENG, WEN-HSING

On the afternoon of April 15, TKU’s Tamsui Campus was the site for the ‘Gender Equity Education Appraisal’ and the ‘Campus Environment and Safety Management Performance Evaluation’.

The latter event got under way at 1:20 pm in the College of Business and Management building, where the President of TKU, Dr. Flora Chia-I Chang, delivered an opening speech to welcome the commissioners to the Tamsui Campus. This was followed by a brief report by the TKU Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Dr. Po-yuan Kao. After the report, the commissioners split into two groups and inspected numerous facilities around the Tamsui Campus, including the energy saving devices installed in the bathrooms of the Business and Management building; the electrical monitoring system installed by the TKU Construction and Repairs Section; the arrangement and management of vehicle and pedestrian lanes at the campus; and the implementation of energy saving initiatives, among others. The commissioners then reviewed information provided by each TKU department, and discussed their respective findings.

At 2pm in the Chueh Sheng International Conference Hall, the Gender Equity Education Conference was held. During the conference, TKU President and Chairperson of the Gender Equity Education Committee, Dr. Flora Chia-I Chang, detailed the current status of TKU’s policies on gender equality. Then, at 3:30pm, the commissioners interviewed staff members from TKU’s Tamsui and Lanyang campuses and then held an informal discussion.

For many years now, TKU has been promoting the use of energy saving facilities, student safety, hygiene, and environment-related education, a smoke-free campus, transport safety education, and a disability-friendly campus. As a result, in 2008 TKU became the first university in the world to be recognized as an International Safe School by the World Health Organization (WHO). TKU’s policies on gender equality encourage male teachers to play a more active part in activities related to gender equality; reward teachers who incorporate gender equality issues into their course curriculum; and enlist experts to construct a gender equity education website, among other such measures.

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Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
FENG, WEN-HSING

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU

Evaluation Commissioners Arrive at TKU
YANG, HSIN-CHOU


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