Taiwan-USC Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

In partnership with The Ministry of Education of the Republic of China (Taiwan), this new joint program plans to accept up to thirty Taiwanese scholars for two-year postdoctoral fellowships in the fields of sustainable energy, technology, engineering, biomedicine, and the biological sciences.

By hosting and training international scholars, the Taiwan-USC Postdoctoral Fellowship Program strengthens our academic partnerships across Asia, demonstrates our commitment to support top research talent globally, and enhances the interactions among our faculty and students with institutions in Asia, imbuing them with an enriched, global outlook.

The call for applications will open May 1, 2017.

C.J. Liu, education counselor with the Taiwan Ministry of Education, bottom left, and C. L. Max Nikias sign a memorandum of understanding for a program that will bring top Taiwanese scientists to USC. USC Trustee John Mork, top left, and Taiwan Political Deputy Minister Tsai Ching-Hwa attended the ceremony. (USC Photo/Eric Abelev)

USC News: Taiwan-USC signing ceremony

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