NTU College of Public Health Successfully Accredited by CEPH
With enormous efforts of the faculty members and staffs for years, the NTU College of Public Health (CPH) has been accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) of the United States and has become a member of the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) in June 2017. CPH is the first institution which is accredited by CEPH as well as the first ASPPH member outside North America.
Allison Foster, the ASPPH Deputy Executive Director and her colleagues visited CPH on August 28-29, 2017 to introduce the rights of ASPPH membership as well as the system of Schools of Public Health Application Service (SOPHAS). They also attended the CEPH accreditation announcement party and press conference held by CPH on August 29. ASPPH also released on their official website the news of Foster’s visit. (ASPPH: http://www.aspph.org/taiwan-hosts-aspph)
At the announcement party, NTU Interim President Ching-Ray Chang (張慶瑞) congratulated CPH for its achievement, while CPH Dean Chang-Chuan Chan (詹長權) acknowledged the supports from NTU and from the China Trust Charity Foundation, and declared that CPH would continue to make efforts toward the direction of globalization.
NTU College of Public Health holds a press conference to announce its accreditation by CEPH.
VIPs at the CEPH Announcement Party and Press Conference held by CPH.
CPH Dean Chan hosts the announcement party and press conference.
CPH Dean Chan announces the college’s CEPH accreditation and introduces the accreditation process.