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Arrow Electronics and NTUEE signing the 2P+2C collaboration project
2019-12-10

With the kind help of the NTUEE Class 1986 graduate Jacqueline Leung, Vice President of Arrow Electronics, NTUEE and Arrow Electronics signed a 2P+2C Collaboration Project (People, Place, Competition, Community) on Nov. 27, 2019, in  which Arrow would sponsor creativity/innovation activities in NTUEE and to tighten up the academia-industry collaboration.

The 2P+2C collaboration Project aims to encourage innovation and creativity activities and to cultivate talents for future, including providing summer intern offers and scholarship to students, sponsoring and supporting facilities and resources of the Maker Space laboratory operated by students, and sponsoring and supporting the MakeNTU competition, initiated by NTUEE students and now a nationwide popular annual competition for makers. Arrow Electronics also would like to collaborate with faculty members who are interested in or already are starting their start-up business. Ms. Leung also emphasizes on the resource sharing with both students and faculty members, especially on the matters of industrial technical support and business connections.

Left to right, NTUEE Chairman Professor Chung-Chih Wu, and Arrow Electronics Vice President Jacqueline Leung.

Group photo with NTUEE faculty members and Arrow Electronics staff members

Left to right, NTUEECS Dean Professor Yao-Wen Chang, NTUEE Chairman Professor Chung-Chih Wu, and Arrow Electronics Vice President Jacqueline Leung.


Arrow Electronics Vice President Jacqueline Leung

Arrow Electronics Vice President Jacqueline Leung