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Social Responsibility Activities

Our University is aware that our obligations encompass more than just our personal needs. This is why a genuine concern for the welfare of other people has always been considered a campus norm.In regard to student activities, supervised by some faculty members and alumni, our law students formed the Society for Legal Aid to provide pro bono legal services for the public. Each year this Society also organizes youth camps in rural areas for teenagers to learn some basic knowledge of law and democracy. The College also holds mock trials every year to let students get a hands-on learning experience.Office of Academic Affairs of NTPU provides special education to the origin people. They are doing collaboration with the local intelligent painter to the department of history, NTPU.

A. Faculty Volunteer Activities

NTPU faculties are involved with different kinds of social activities to help people from different levels of the society. They are using their specalities to help NGO (Non Government Organization) and disadvantage gropus. They have positions such as member of some protection councils. To evaluate or protect the disadvantage groups they help local or central government. Through their project work also they are trying to contribute something which is remunerative.


  • Environment Protection Project, Consumer Protection, Vulnerable group:


Dr. Jenny H.Y Shyu, Department of Law

Specialties: Identity law, Private International Law, Common Law.

He is the member of Committee of Women's Rights Promotion, New Taipei City Government.He is working against violence in Taiwan and he is the first Director of Taiwan Coalition Against Violenceand the member of the 2nd Advisory Committee of Taiwan Coalition Against Violence. Also the member of Sexual Harassment Grievance Committee, Council of Indigenous Peoples, Executive Yuan ,Evaluation Committee of Taiwan Public Governance Research Center.


Dr.Yen-Liang Chen, Department of Law

Specialties: Company Law,Financial Law.

In 2006-2009, he was the committee member and Deputy Convener of Hualien and Taitung Branch, Consumers' Foundation . In 2007, He was the executive Member of Corporate Governance Certification, Taiwan Corporate Governance . Also the member of Evaluation Committee of Taiwan Public Governance Research Center(2008-2009).



Dr. I-Ching Tu, Department of Law

Specialties: Civil Law, Securities and Exchange Law, Banking Law, Corporate Law, Negotiable Instruments Law

From 2006-2008, He was the Commisssioner of Chinese National Federation of Industries Fair Trading and Consumer Affairs.


Dr. Kuo-Bin Lin, Department of Law

Specialties: Fair Trade Law, Commercial Law, Securities and Exchange Law, Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law.

In 2007-2008 , he was the Vice President of Consumer Reports of Taiwan.Currently he is te member of Legal Committee of Consumers' Foundation.



Dr. Chen, Chin Kuei, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Public Relations, Nonprofit Management, Volunteer Management, Human Resource Management, Crisis Management, Civil Society, Social Innovation, Social Enterprise.

Cureenty he is the Director of International Society for Third-sector Research .He is also a  active member of Red Crosss Societ and Consultant of Red Cross Society of the Republic of China. He is the Director of United Way of Taiwan  and also the Supervisor of National Representative of International Association for Volunteer Effort in Taiwan.


Dr. Seng-Lee Wong, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Public policy, system dynamics and policy simulation, policy diffusion and marketing, public policy research methods, policy debates, conflict and crisis management.

In 2003-2008, he was the member of  Public Policy Committee of Consumers' Foundation.


Dr. Fisher S. Chang, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Public policy, government budgeting, performance management, disaster management, disaster prevention and relief organizations.

He is working for one social project named -“A Study of Resource Integration Strategy for Large-scale disaster response of Non-profit organizations, Relief Foundation”.


Dr. Ching-Jyuhn Luor, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Distribution policy and politics, parliamentary politics, bureaucracy and politics, policy analysis theory and method,Quantitative Analysis Methods .

In 2000, he was working for Taoyuan Area Social Welfare Policy Design and Planning, Taoyuan County Council.


Dr. Liu, Kun-I, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Human resource development, strategic human resource management, government management process reengineering, performance management, organizational economics.

In 2002, he was the  Supervisor of Transparency International Chinese Taiwan and also in 2005, he was the Supervisor and Standards Committee Vice chairman of Taiwan Corporate Governance Assessment.


Dr. Lung-Teng Hu, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Performance management and evaluation, government knowledge management, digital governance and e-government, transparent governance, cross-border governance .

In  2009-2011, he was the  Vice CEO of Transparency International Chinese Taiwan. From  2011-2014 he is the  Director of Transparency International Chinese Taiwan.


Dr. Ru-Huei Liu, Department of Public Administration and Policy

Specialties: Constitutional law, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, EU Law.

He is the Director of Environmental Jurists Association and also the Director of Taiwan Environmental Law Association.


Dr. Pen-Chuan Liao, Department of Real Estate & Built Environment

Specialties: Settlements, local spatial analysis and cultural studies, urban, regional, land-use policy and theory, land policy and ethics.

Currently he is working for Taiwan Environmental Issues Monographs and Practice.



Dr. Hsiang-Lin Chih, Dr.Jason Tsai, Dr.Chi-Jui Huang,  Department of Finance and Cooperative Management

In 2010, they were volved with  Publicity Campaign Plan of Corporate Social Responsibility, Ministry of Economic Affairs.



Dr. Chin-Shyan Chen, Department of Economics

Specialties: Health Economics, Health Care Policy and Management. National Health ,Insurance Finance and System, Public Finance, Managerial Economics.

From 2007-2009, he was the Editor-in-Chief in  Journal of Health Insurance.


Dr. Heng-hao Chang,  Department of Sociology

Specialties: Disability Studies, Social Movement, Sociology of Health.

In 2008, he was the member of   Advisory Committee and working for “ The Preferential Treatment Feasibility Analysis for Students with Disabilities Admission to Colleges Project”. In 2009, he is the member of Legal Rights Protection Commission, Parents Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability, Taipei and in 2011, he is the member of  Review Committee  of ROC’s National Human Rights Report (ICCPR, ICESCR) , Presidential Office Human Rights Consultative Committee.



Dr. Chao-Yin Lin, Department of Social Work

Specialties: Health Care Policy, Disability Benefits, Promote Employment Policies.

In 2000, he was member of Consultative Committee of Taiwan Healthcare Reform Foundation.In 2002,  he was the member of Review Committee of United Way of Taiwan. In 2011 , he was the Member of Global Budget System on the Primary Care Committee, National Health Insurance. Currently (2012-2014 ) he is the Member of Disabilities Rights Protection Promotion Team, Ministry of Civil Affairs.


Dr.Lin-lin Cherng, Department of Social Work

Specialties: Counseling Psychology, Mental Health.

Currently he is the Advisor of Voluntary Teacher Chang and also the Advisor of Taiwan Smokers Helpline.


Dr. S.-W, Sun,  Department of Social Work

Specialties: Family Relationships, Youth Development, Social Work Research Methods.

He is the member of Review Committee of United Way of Taiwan and also the Member of Protection of Children and Youths Welfare and Rights Committee, Taipei.



Dr. Min-Chieh Tseng, Department of Social Work

Specialties: Political Advocacy, Professional Social Work, Social Class and Inequality, Employment and Unemployment  Research.

Currently he is the CEO of the  Chairman of the Board of Taiwan Foundation for Rare Disorders, Vice CEO of the Board Member of Taiwan Healthcare Reform Foundation, Director of Taiwan Organization For Disadvantaged Patients, Director of Supervisor of Taiwan Academy for Labor Science.He is also the Member of Social Welfare Promotion Committee, Executive Yuan, Member of Disabilities Protection Committee and Disabilities Rights Protection Committee, Ministry of Civil Affairs, Member of Rare Disease and Orphan Drug Review Committee, Improving Pharmacy Services Quality Committee and Working Group on Human Rights,Department of Health and Member of Employment Stabilization Fund Management Committee, Council of Labor Affairs

For his outstanding contribution for society he got so many awards such as - 2010 The 3rd Guardian Angel Award of Kiwanis Taiwan, 2007 Outstanding Contribution Award of Prader-Willi Syndrom Association, 2007 The 2nd Love Angel Award of Osteogenesis Imperfecta Association and 2006 The 5th Rare Diseases Personal Services Award, Department of Health


Dr. Renn Chang, Department of Social Work

Specialties: Human Behavior and Social Environment, and Non-Profit Organizations and Social Work, Youth Welfare.

He is the Director, Vice Convener of R&D Committee, Review Committee, United Way of Taiwan.Currently he is the Member of Child and Youth Welfare Promotion Committee, Ministry of Civil Affairs.Member of Child and Youth Welfare, Counseling and Adolescent Affairs Promotion Committee, Kaohsiung CountyMember of Adolescent Counseling Committee, Taipei´and Taoyuan County.Member of Child and Youth Welfare Policy Advisory Committee and Youth Sex Trafficking Prevention Supervision Meeting. Also the Member of Dropout Students Counseling Supervision Committee, Ministry of Education .


Dr. Chin-Fen, Chang Department of Social Work

Specialties: Social Exclusion and Social Inclusion, Comparative Social Policy, Social Security System, Social Change and Social Welfare, GIS use in Social Work, Community Work, Volunteering and Volunteer Management Review Committee of United Way of Taiwan.

In 2006, he was the Supervise of Service Center for Foreign Spouses, Keelung. From 2007-2009, he was the  Member of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Committee, Keelung and currenty (2008-2012), he is the Member of Welfare of the Elderly Commission.


Dr. Fen-Ling Chen, Department of Social Work

Specialties: Social Policy Analysis, Welfare and Political Economics. Women's Welfare, Labor Health Iissues.

In 2010, He was the Member of Disabilities Rights Protection Committee, Taoyuan County, Member of Employment Discrimination Committee, Taoyuan County and also the Editor of the Group of Gender Equality Policy Programme ( Health Care & Medi Medical), Committee of Women’s Rights Promotion, Executive Yuan. From 2011-2013, he is  Member of Gender Equality Panel, Ministry of Civil Affairs.From June, 2012, he is  Member of Committee for Promotion of Healthy City, Taoyuan County and Member of Aboriginal Rights Promotion Committee, Taoyuan County.


Dr. Susyan Jou, Graduate School of Criminology

Specialties: Juvenile delinquency, White-collar crime, Research methods

In 2011-2013, he is the member of  Student Counselling and Life Education Advisory Committee, Ministry of Education.In 2012, he is the Member of Adolescent Counseling Committee, Taipei  and  New Taipei City.From 2012 -2013, he is the Member of Juvenile Correction School Remedial education Supervision Committee, Ministry of Education.

 B. Student Volunteer Activities

  • Social work Volunter Service

The aim of launching the club is to provide long-term community caring service in order to practice the theory and skills of social work. The voulenteering activities of this club are different from the voulenteering activities during summer vacation. This club hope to provide a long-term caring and substantive accompany to the society other than just providing temporary happiness. The members of the club believes that the spirit of volunteer is not to verify how strong  volunteers but to give an effective help by means of integrating the life of the person and build deep relationship with them.

The club was founded in July, 2006, upholding the concept of providing long term community and social caring, the student of the Department of social work of NTPU established this club. The club activities are managed by the club members. Besides, an instructor group constituted by the professors of the department of social work also dedicatedly lead the team.



In 2013, summer vacation, forty students from National Taipei University (NTPU) would head to the globe with the gifts representing Taiwan. Apart from enjoying exotic cultural washes and experiencing self-growth, they also hoped the beauty of Taiwan could be seen by the world. Moreover, through short-term study aboard, Working Holiday, and Volunteer Travel, many students brought Taiwan to the world as well. AIESEC Taiwan NTPU helps 100 youngsters step out of comfort zones and go overseas for half self-travel or half volunteer training every year, also to introduce the good of Taiwan to the foreign and promote the local culture.


  • Culture Serving Club:

The originally belonged to China Youth Corps but changed to normal club called “Culture Serving Club” in 1994. With the zeal and tribute, we hope to send the passional culture of university students to everywhere to make people feel the passion of the students.

Normally this club conducts different kinds of club classes like art design, body development and project design. The members go to the elementary school which is near the school to have classes and camp with the school students. A final exhibition is also organized at the end of the semester. In winter and summer vacation, we have the important camps which becomes the best memories of campus life. This club welcomes every college students who want to enjoy the club activities and want to participate in the activities.


  •       Law Service Club:

The main objective of this Las Service Club is to promote the knowledge of  law education and help those who need this in the society.

This club offers free Law Service on every Tuesday and Saturday for free. By arrangement, juniors can learn how to solve the law related problem and draw the real experience from their senior. The main important thing is that they can practice the law in their real life. Besides, the club offers different kinds of lectures and Quality Assurance courses for the members. Last but not the least, this club also arranges different kinds of greeting parties, field trip, BBQ and sports though which the students participate in different kinds of activities and they act like a family.

During summer and winter vacation, the law service team, which is formed by a group of passionate university students go to the backward places of the country to teach junior school students. The club member offer the junior school students the basic of law in an interesting way. The residence in the county are also welcome to ask studnets qestions related to law free of charge. The camp lasts for seven days and the camp of this year will be the 64th camp.


  •       Club of Social Service:

There is a sun drawn on the uniform of Club of Social Services. The club is full of passion and vitality and every member of this club contain this qualities. It has been 31 years since the club has been founded. We possess the spirit of “Sacrifice enjoyment, and enjoy sacrifice” to serve people. Through a lot of activities we serve the society and holding camps and performance in rural elementary schools during summer and winter vacations are the main part of our activity. The club members believe that they can serve the society by the strength of the club. While serving social activities the team members  work in a team and they chosoe their partners and learn the capacity planning in a professional way as well as feel the happiness by doing task with the partners.


  •      Aboriginal Amity Club:

This is the only club of NTPU which associates student service with aborigines. The purpose of Aboriginal Amity Club is servce, and the club memebrs aim to respect and concern about local aboriginal culture. The members of this club hope for multilateral and positive interactions; in the mean time, they assist local aboriginals in holding a lot of activities with an attitude of learning. The club activities are mentioned below:


  •       Chien-Kuo Primary School Holiday Camp:

The members assist the disabled primary students in this locality. By this camp, they hope to cultivate the children’s interest in learning. In other words, the training of how to cultivate children’s interest in learning is important for the members to prepare the camp.


  •       Aboriginal Children Workshop:

The members accompany primary students to do their homework and play with them. In the similar way, the members teach high school students to improve their results of study. In the weekdays, the members in the club will be in rotation system.

o   Aboriginal Culture Week:

In this culture week students perform different kind of cultural activities in a traditional form.

o   Imitative Camp:

The senior members of the club will teach other members about aboriginal culture; at the same time, the junior members will also learn how to organize an activity.

o   Summer/Winter Vacation Camp:

To full-fill the purpose of this club, the members will go to remote districts to assist the aborigines living in the tribe. Moreover, during the session, they will discuss among each other about how to help the tribes in long run. 


  •  Friends of Aboriginal Club (FOAC)

FOAC carried out project “Long En Pu’s Sky” .The project targeted to Long En Pu, Public Housing, an aboriginal tribe located in Sanshia. The project provided several services: Shia-Shan Reading Plan, Basketball English Camp, one on one after-school tutoring, handicraft class, parent education, law consulting, and volunteer training program. FOAC entered Long En Pu Public Housing to work on Community Empowerment. On the premise of equal statuses and good interaction with the residents, FOAC started from “education.” The club designed one on one after-school tutoring to assist junior high school students and high school students with schoolwork, held experiencing classes to let children cultivate normal leisure habits, and helped raising the grades of the students in the community for their future feedbacks. Through the Shia-Shan Interactive Library System, and using Labeling Scheme and Online Problem System, the project recorded the teenagers’ interests and difficulties in lives. After evaluation and sifting, the project purchased reading materials for the community, further led and enhanced the reading atmosphere; and also made efforts to ask for moderate public space in the housing as a place for the kids to read and do after-school activities. Besides, the project cooperated with related groups to hold basketball english camp, rock climbing, Sanshia culture tour, and provided daily law consulting.


  •  Chuen Huei Club:

Based on the enthusiasm and mission of offering service to students, assistance to school, and reciprocation to the society, Chuen Huei Club was established by a group of members sharing the common interest and ideas. Chuen Huei Club aims at protecting students secutiry and health by promoting several disadvantages and harm of material abusing, taking drugs, smoking, AIDS infection, excessive drinking, and betel palm chewing and consumption. Besides, Chuen Huei Club is also dedicated to promote some activities related to public welfare for the surrounding communities in order to benefit the mental and physical development of the teenagers.

Chuen Huei Club is a club that not only co-operate with the campus “Chuen Huei Project” but assist the project to come into effect. At the same time, it can also acquire full support fromt eh school to effectively live up to all their club affairs.


  •       Lan Policy Service Club:

The mission of LASA is, “Use what we learn to serve, who we love.”In this era of immense development of industry and commerce, there are many and continuous qarrels to lands where we live on. But people who are not having any knowledge about land administration  are forced to lose their rights and interests. As the members of the department of Real Estate and Built Environment, we study the knowledge about land administration in class and put it to the best advantage to help people to resolve the related questions to land, and furthermore to serve the locals at the same time. Moreover, we can also strengthen the emotion to our department and the connections by recognizing the predecessors and classmates.

Founded in 1984 ~ 1986, LASA was supported by the Chairman Chao with all her strength. They actively prepared for organizing a volunteers group and the first-time mission was achieved in Chiangchun township in Tainan County in 1983. The main content was divided into three parts: household visited, education and entertainment and set up stands providing serves instantly.


  •       Local Newspaper – Shock:

It is a common situation that people merely choose popular media as the main source of information , which makes local features and importance ignored. But how many of us, the ordinary people, really live on the understanding of international circumstances or Taiwanese political situation. The things popular media show us are just several images of distant lands, which hve only the slightest relation to our daily lives.

We usually overlook what actually happened around us. May be we can try to squeeze a little time from every day to understand Sanshia, our new home, and be fascinated by its history and stories. We all used to be a passerby of Sanshia at the beginning, but gradually we started to discover the root of Sanshia as time passed by.  

In order to promote the local culture of Sanshia, two National Taipei University (NTPU) students, Shi Zhan-Cheng and Bai Jia-Yu, established “SHOCK!” a club focusing on Sanshia local culture. By publishing free weekly, both of them not only participated public issues but furthered the communication between local residents and the university. Bai Jia-Yu, one of the founders of the weekly, explained that the concept of the club appeared in their minds while he and Shi each visited Stanford University. The set up of the school brought people and community into originally desolate campus. To stimulate the interaction between the people and the campus, Stanford started many club meetings, invited residents to join sports and art activities, and published school newspapers at the same time. All of these works deeply amazed Shi and Bai. They hoped to bring this sort of pattern into NTPU.

“SHOCK! Free Weekly” is limitedly published in 1000 copies each issue. According to Bai, seventy percentage of the fund is still undertaken by him and Shi. The rest of the cost is relied on the seeking of advertisement cooperation with local business.

“It was definitely hard in the beginning,” said Bai. Most members of the club rarely had experiences and skills of publishing. However, it also encouraged Bai overcame obstacles after seeing many schoolmates’ voluntary devotions to this program. Through his intern experience and the contact with the industry, Bai claimed that he found many college students were lack of active attitude. “Even though we (Bai and Shi) couldn’t provide any payment,” he said, “we still asked everyone to be responsible and show active attitude instead of confining themselves as a student.

Wang Yu-Hao, Public Relations Practitioner of the club, claimed that his identification with Sanxia became stronger and stronger during the process of seeking funds and writing news articles. He was also more aware of what was happening around. Under the management of the club, every member’s opinion was valued. There was no different treatment between the ranks, which Wang considered quite unique to the other clubs.


  •        Olive branch center

In recent years, the conflicts and bullying in campus have often made teachers and parents of kids feel disturbed. If we can bring the peace relation in events of bullying and conflict, and let the conflicting counterparts have a space to talk in peace as they show the olive branch. Maybe, this approach will lead the way of restoring counterparts’ relations and peace in campus, and away from the traditional ways such as isolating, respective tutoring and parent’s intervention. Olive symbolizes peace, and this is the purpose of the center. We hope that the campus and students toward each other are all in peace but not disputes and conflicts take place continuously. We advocate using olive branch circles in restorative justice to deal with the conflicts, and we’d like to accept the bullying occurred in Taipei& New Taipei as our respective case and have them to be discussed. The bullies and victims in this research would be abstracted out of the real circumstance, and we would offer a safe environment to let two parts realize what the other thinks and how their behaviors impact other else. Hope we can restore the relations between bullies and victims by this kind of conversation. Furthermore, to be tutored and coped with by groups not from schools can avoid parents from mistrusts toward school being the obstacle of conversation and resolving conflicts. The Olive Branch Center’s website is http:// Those who are interested in resolving the bullying events by using mediation circles methods are welcome to check out the site.  


Volunteer Activities:

The university’s volunteer service activities are organized either by the Extarcurricular Activities Section of the Office of Student Affairs, service-oriented clubs or by the service teams formed by each department.These units set up various service training sessions or other activities to provide enriched and diverse learning opportunities.

The Extarcurricular Activities Section takes charge of international volunteers and campus tour volunteers.Training for these volunteers emphasizes fundamentals as wella s special expertise,equipping students with the skills to best serve their interest groups.

Aside from serving in remote areas during winter and summer vacations, service oriented clubs also do community service during the school year.This improves the members’ planning and coordinating skills as well as enhances the way they work in teams.Students also plan thei own club workshops and training programs to increase their knowledge and improve abilities.


  • Report to the villagers in Sanshia

The students of the sociology department in National Taipei University have designed a questionnaire toward investigating into society to the villagers over eighteen-year-old at the 26 villages in the Sanshia District since 2009. This program is compulsory for Social Sciences Research Method course in the Department of Sociology. All the students need to submit a report. The report can be divided into five parts:

·         1. The base characteristic of residents in Sanshia.

·         2. The transition of composition to residents in Sanshia.

·         3. The distribution of inhabitation of residents in Sanshia.

·         4. The behavior and attitude of residents in Sanshia.

·         5. The residents’ points of view to National Taipei University.


  • Social Practice Reporting Award

The main purpose of this award is to encourage students to participate activities related to society and also turn in a report at the same time. It can be divided into 10 parts:

·        1.  Family history Research.

·         2. Local geography and history research.

·         3. Foreign countries’ research and comparison

·         4. Career or occupation’s research

·         5. Oral history

·         6. Backpacking: students have to go backpacking in Taiwan at least up to two weeks and also have to write down a backpacking diary at the same time or hand in a report after coming back.

·         7. Volunteer: students have to volunteer at least one hundred hours and also write down a serving diary in a report.

·         8. Employment internship: students have to work at least one hundred hours with pay, and hand in a report.

·         9. Organization internship: For this internship students have to make a group consists of two or five people in each. For example: public policy discussion group, petition, protest demonstration group, disaster rescue, or community building and development group. After the group discussion they need to write a report.

·        10.  Other activities fit in with social practice. We will solicit essays at the beginning of each semester, and except family history, we will post the selected essays at the social practice billboard on the website of sociology.