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07/31/2015.Administrators Handover Ceremony Presents a New Look of Wenzao Team

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A Mass of “Gratitude, Tradition and Appointment” for new and former administrators was held.
Photo taken by Olivia Hsieh
  
 















July 31, 2015





【News release: Public Relations Office

 


     The new administration team shall assume their positions on August 1st in the 2015 academic year. The Mass of “Gratitude, Tradition and Appointment” was held on Aug. 24th, officiated by the Most Reverend Peter Liu Cheng-Chung, Archbishop of Kaohsiung. Nearly 90 administrators participated in this ceremony. Appointment letters were given by President Chou personally to the administrators.
   


     Quoting from the Gospel of John Chapter 6, Verses 27 to 35, the Most Reverend Peter Liu preached a sermon and anticipated that as educators, the new administrators must have borne a strong sense of purpose to carry forward the fine traditions of Wenzao when facing the great changes of our society. All administrators had been co-workers of the Lord, and since being chosen as the administrators was the mission given by the Lord, the administrators should have taken this responsibility with modesty and worked together with the Lord. He then thanked all administrators because Wenzao had been able to remain undefeated in such a serious competition due to the teamwork and unity of all faculty and staff members. He expected the new administrators to inherit the spirit and beliefs of Wenzao, to serve all teachers and students with sincerity, and to open up new prospects for Wenzao. 
    


     The appointment letters and souvenirs were given by President Chou to each team member. She shared her experience of the last six months, and encouraged all administrators to remember that the purpose of working had been more than just making a living; it should be one’s responsibility and mission. Like the “Serviam” (I will serve) on the badge of St. Ursula’s school, it is a selfless offering that transcends the physical world. She had been learning about “the spirit of piazza (openness)”and receiving all kinds of opinions with an open mind and modesty. She hoped that all administrators would devote themselves to their work with a sincere attitude, carry forward the beliefs of the Ursuline sisters when they had established Wenzao half a century ago, and develop the soft power whole-heartedly. She would make every effort in creating a proud and happy work environment for the team.
   


     New administrators include Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mei-Hua Chen, Vice President for Development, Ching-Hwa Tsai, Dean of Student Affairs, Ching-Pei Chen, Dean of Research and Development, Chong-Hsien Shih, Secretary-General, Anibal Tsai, Acting Director of the Accounting Office, Francis Wu, Chairperson, Center for English Language Teaching, Chiu-Hui We, Chairperson, Dept. of French, Hsiu-Wen Wang, Chairperson, Dept. of Communication Arts, Lili Lien, and Chairperson, Center for Teacher Education, I-Chia Chou. They would all work together for a better Wenzao.
  


     There are some mergers: Overseas and International Student Advisory Services was renamed to Section of Overseas Student Affairs, and relocated to Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation; Dormitory Services Section at Office of Student Affairs was merged with Student Assistance Section. Furthermore, Master’s Degree Program of International Affairs (all English lecturing) is a new choice for students.


                


































































Photographers: Olivia Hsieh



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The Most Reverend Peter Liu, Archbishop of Kaohsiung


preached a sermon .


New and former administrators in the Mass
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Prof. Mei-Hua Chen (right) of Dept. of Foreign Language Instruction assumed the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs 



Prof. Ching-Pei Chen (right) of



General

Education

Center


assumed the position of Dead of Student Affairs



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Prof. Chong-Hsien Shih (right) of Dept. of Applied Chinese


assumed the position of Dean of R&D 



Anibal Tsai (right) of Dept. of Spanish assumed


the position of Secretary-General


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President Chou (left) gave the re-appointment letter to


Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Kuo-Tai Chen (right).  


President Chou (left) gave a medal to the former Vice President for Academic Affairs, Cheng Ching-Jun (right).

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Former Secretary-General, Chao-Chih Lai continues


 his position of Director of Extension Education Center 



President Chou gave a speech


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The former Vice President for Academic Affairs,


Cheng Ching-Jun shared his experience.



Chairperson, Center for Teacher Education Yun-Hsia Pai


shared her feelings before leaving Wenzao  


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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Chairperson,


General Education Center, Lin Yao-Tang shared his experience 



Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mei-Hua Chen shared her experience  of being an administrator for 25 years




    








 
 

 

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A Mass of “Gratitude, Tradition and Appointment” for new and former administrators was held.Photo taken by Olivia Hsieh   










July 31, 2015







【News release: Public Relations Office】
 
     The new administration team shall assume their positions on August 1st in the 2015 academic year. The Mass of “Gratitude, Tradition and Appointment” was held on Aug. 24th, officiated by the Most Reverend Peter Liu Cheng-Chung, Archbishop of Kaohsiung. Nearly 90 administrators participated in this ceremony. Appointment letters were given by President Chou personally to the administrators.   
     Quoting from the Gospel of John Chapter 6, Verses 27 to 35, the Most Reverend Peter Liu preached a sermon and anticipated that as educators, the new administrators must have borne a strong sense of purpose to carry forward the fine traditions of Wenzao when facing the great changes of our society. All administrators had been co-workers of the Lord, and since being chosen as the administrators was the mission given by the Lord, the administrators should have taken this responsibility with modesty and worked together with the Lord. He then thanked all administrators because Wenzao had been able to remain undefeated in such a serious competition due to the teamwork and unity of all faculty and staff members. He expected the new administrators to inherit the spirit and beliefs of Wenzao, to serve all teachers and students with sincerity, and to open up new prospects for Wenzao.      
     The appointment letters and souvenirs were given by President Chou to each team member. She shared her experience of the last six months, and encouraged all administrators to remember that the purpose of working had been more than just making a living; it should be one’s responsibility and mission. Like the “Serviam” (I will serve) on the badge of St. Ursula’s school, it is a selfless offering that transcends the physical world. She had been learning about “the spirit of piazza (openness)”and receiving all kinds of opinions with an open mind and modesty. She hoped that all administrators would devote themselves to their work with a sincere attitude, carry forward the beliefs of the Ursuline sisters when they had established Wenzao half a century ago, and develop the soft power whole-heartedly. She would make every effort in creating a proud and happy work environment for the team.   
     New administrators include Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mei-Hua Chen, Vice President for Development, Ching-Hwa Tsai, Dean of Student Affairs, Ching-Pei Chen, Dean of Research and Development, Chong-Hsien Shih, Secretary-General, Anibal Tsai, Acting Director of the Accounting Office, Francis Wu, Chairperson, Center for English Language Teaching, Chiu-Hui We, Chairperson, Dept. of French, Hsiu-Wen Wang, Chairperson, Dept. of Communication Arts, Lili Lien, and Chairperson, Center for Teacher Education, I-Chia Chou. They would all work together for a better Wenzao.   
     There are some mergers: Overseas and International Student Advisory Services was renamed to Section of Overseas Student Affairs, and relocated to Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation; Dormitory Services Section at Office of Student Affairs was merged with Student Assistance Section. Furthermore, Master’s Degree Program of International Affairs (all English lecturing) is a new choice for students.
                





Photographers: Olivia Hsieh












The Most Reverend Peter Liu, Archbishop of Kaohsiung
preached a sermon .

New and former administrators in the Mass







Prof. Mei-Hua Chen (right) of Dept. of Foreign Language Instruction assumed the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs 


Prof. Ching-Pei Chen (right) of



General

Education

Center
assumed the position of Dead of Student Affairs












Prof. Chong-Hsien Shih (right) of Dept. of Applied Chinese
assumed the position of Dean of R&D 


Anibal Tsai (right) of Dept. of Spanish assumed
the position of Secretary-General










President Chou (left) gave the re-appointment letter to
Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Kuo-Tai Chen (right).  

President Chou (left) gave a medal to the former Vice President for Academic Affairs, Cheng Ching-Jun (right).






 




Former Secretary-General, Chao-Chih Lai continues
 his position of Director of Extension Education Center 


President Chou gave a speech








The former Vice President for Academic Affairs,
Cheng Ching-Jun shared his experience.


Chairperson, Center for Teacher Education Yun-Hsia Pai
shared her feelings before leaving Wenzao  








Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Chairperson,
General Education Center, Lin Yao-Tang shared his experience 


Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mei-Hua Chen shared her experience  of being an administrator for 25 years