Dr. Shu-Chiang Lin, THSU’s Vice President for Academic Affairs and Business Director is dedicated to his research in business and management science and has served as program co-chair for international conferences. The most recent one was The International Conference on Business and Management of Technology (ICONBMT https://www.its.ac.id/mb/en/iconbmt/), which took place in August 2019 in Surabaya, Indonesia. The conference was co-hosted by two top ranked universities, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS)1 and University of Brawijaya (UB)2, and one fast growing university, Nahdlatul Ulama University Surabaya (UNUSA)3, in Indonesia, and was co-supported by two ITS colleges and two universities that include Texas Health and Science University. Dr. Lin also co-authored a paper titled, Understanding the Intention of Higher Education Students in International Class E-Learning for Facing Global Education, that was presented in the conference.

 

Dr. Lin’s another co-authored paper titled, A Measurement of Higher Education Students’ Intention in International Class Online-Learning System for Confronting the Global Education Challenge, will be presented in the 3rd Asia-Pacific International Conference on Management and Business Science (AICMBS http://aicmbs.ub.ac.id/) in Batu, Indonesia in November 2019. The paper will be published in the conference proceedings indexed by Thomson Reuters.

 

Dr. Lin will also be a program co-chair for the 1st International Conference on Business and Engineering Management (IConBEM https://www.its.ac.id/mb/en/iconbem/) to be held in Surabaya, Indonesia in February, 2020. Texas Health and Science University will co-sponsor the conference.

 

Texas Health and Science University, represented by Dr. Lin, will also co-sponsor another conference, the International Conference on Industrial, Enterprise, and System Engineering (ICoIESE http://icoiese.org/), that is to be held in Bali, Indonesia in March, 2020. The host is Telkom University (Tel-U)4 in Indonesia.

 

Note:

  1. ITS was established in 1957 and has more than 20,000 undergraduate students. ITS was ranked top 5 as best universities in Indonesia by Indonesia’s Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education.
  2. UB was established in 1963 and has more than 55,000 students. UB was constantly ranked top 5 as best universities in Indonesia by Indonesia’s Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education.
  3. UNUSA, which unites various medical and healthcare institutions, was established in 2013. UNUSA offers 18 academic programs and is a rapidly developing private institution that becomes one of the most favorite universities in the city of Surabaya, Indonesia.
  4. Tel-U was established in 2013 and has 27,000 students for all campuses in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Tel-U was awarded as the top 1 best private university and top 14 best universities in Indonesia. Tel-U has four institutions that include management, education, art and design, and technology.