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  • 臺大社會科學院院長蘇宏達教授
    • Hung-dah Su (蘇宏達)
    • Job Title:
    • Dean, College of Social Sciences
      Professor and Jean Monnet Chair of Department of Political Science at National Taiwan University
      Director General of the European Union Centre in Taiwan
    • Education:Ph.D.,Universite de Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV
    • Research Fields:European Union、International relations、Regionalism and Asian integration、Asian regionalism、Integration theory
    • Office Tel No.:Tel:02-3366-8357、3366-8300轉55770
    • Curriculum Vitae
  • As part of a leading university in both Asia and the world, NTU Social Sciences studies the problems that a modern society may face and equips our students with the capacity to tackle them after their graduation. Some 200 educators, supported by about 60 staff members, are committed to cultivating some 3,000 young talents, conducting meaningful research, and drafting important policy reports to serve our society.

    Over the past seventy decades, hundreds of brilliant scholars, policy-makers, legislators, ambassadors, entrepreneurs, bankers, journalists, social workers, NGO leaders, and even generals were graduated from this faculty. Our more than 40,000 alumni are spread across Taiwan, Mainland China, and the world, and they constitute the most committed workforce in any society.

    I sincerely invite you to join us by supporting this faculty whose mission is to educate leaders of the next generation for a better world.

    Best regards,
    Art editor Img

    Dean of Social Sciences
    National Taiwan University

  • Dr. Su was appointed Dean of Social Sciences effective August 2021. Prior to this position, Dr. Su has been a member of the NTU faculty since 2008 as a Jean Monnet Chair professor of international studies.

    Dr. Su has written extensively on European integration, Asian regionalism, and transnational cooperation, including numerous scholarly journal articles, policy reports, and popular magazine articles. He has also edited and published four books on these issues, including “Asian Countries’ Strategies toward the European Union in the Inter-regionalist Context” and “European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century: Lessons for Ongoing Asian Regionalism”. He has led several research projects that explore transnational integration, reconciliation, and cooperation in world politics. Between 2015 and 2018, ten institutions from Europe, North America, and Europe participated in his “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership project.”

    He received a B.A. from National Taiwan University, a Master of Law from National Cheng-Chi University, and a Ph.D. in international relations history from the University Paris-Sorbonne. He is President of the Republic of China Association of International Relations between 2019 and 2021 and was the European Union Study Association Asia-Pacific President between 2017 and 2018. He was awarded Jean Monnet Chair by the European Union in 2010 and has been a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since 2015.