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Taiwan Studies Program at UW Converge – Taipei 2019

October 28, 2019

The Taiwan Studies Program at the University of Washington is excited to announce our involvement at this year’s UW Converge summit in Taipei, Taiwan, and to invite all alumni and community members to join us at Converge.

UW Converge is an annual international meeting of University of Washington alumni, and friends from all over the world. This year’s summit begins on November 9th with a theme on artificial intelligence, including lightning talks and followed by panel discussions on law, medicine, engineering, business, and technology that impacts the globe.

We are honored to be showcased at the conference in Taipei this year. Taiwan Studies Assistant Professor James Lin and Professor Jeff Hou will present on what the UW Taiwan Studies Program has been doing and is planning in the future to advance Taiwan Studies, and James Lin will also be discussing recent Taiwanese innovation in a panel on law and society. UW President Ana Mari Cause will be delivering the keynote address.The discount code TAIPEI50 will provide you with $50 off the registration fee. Please join us for an exciting conversation in Taipei.  We look forward to representing the University of Washington and our greater Seattle community.


A keynote from UW President Ana Mari Cauce will begin a series of lightning talks featuring experts from the UW, top universities in Taiwan and some of the world’s most renowned tech firms.




UW faculty will moderate four panels examining the impact of AI on health & medicine, engineering & technology, business & finance and law & society. These accessible discussions will help you join the AI conversation.




Join us at the W Taipei hotel’s rooftop bar and pool area. Connect with the UW’s world-class alumni network and mingle with summit speakers and VIPs at this exclusive reception for Husky alumni and friends.

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