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International Collaboration
(1) Invite foreign experts and scholars to Taiwan
     CCU plans to invite Prof. Shu-Chen Li from MPI in Germany to serve as a visiting scholar at the University and to deliver resident expert courses.
(2) Promote international bilateral and multilateral collaboration
     CCU is planning several institutional bilateral or multilateral collaborative projects. For example, bilateral collaborative ventures are planned with NIA and CREATE of the United States and MPI in Germany. Furthermore, CCU is planning to initiate Taiwanese organizations on aging to join international organizations such as the International Federation on Aging (IFA), or the WHA non-governmental organization (NGO).
(3) Publish papers in international journals and participate in international conferences
     A major objective of CCU in its research into the aging society is to publish papers in leading international journals such as Journals of Gerontology, the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Neurobiology of Aging, Aging and Society, the Journal of Aging & Social Policy, the Journal of International Aging, and Law & Policy. In addition, teachers and students will be encouraged to participate in international conferences and annual meetings of professional scholars such as the National Council on Aging (NCOA), the American Society on Aging (ASA), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the American Education Research Association (AERA). Doing so will both enhance Taiwan’s international visibility and improve its academic status in the field of aging research.
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