Taiwan Alumni Club

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Kuo Lun Chiu
Kuo Lun majored in electrical and computer engineering at the U in 2002. He received a master’s degree in ECE at Cornell University. He currently lives in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, and is now serving as the sales manager of Centrotherm Photovoltaics. He has served as the president of the Taiwan Alumni Club since 2016. His recreational interests include traveling, snowboarding, movies, reading, and socializing with friends.

Suyu Wu (Nicole)
Nicole was the chairwoman for Chinese Student Association of the University of Utah in 1990 and graduated with a degree in recreation and leisure in 1993. After the U, she attended the University of Florida to pursue a master's degree in recreational studies, followed by interim doctoral studies at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. Presently, she's the human resources director for the Taiwan branch of Baker McKenzie, which is a multinational law firm. She enjoys volunteering and traveling.


Austen Tsao
Austen majored in accounting and received her degree from the U in 1994.

Honorary members
The Alumni Association would like to thank these honorary members for the contributions they have made to the Taiwan Alumni Club:

Dr. Jow-Lay Huang
Jow-Lay earned his doctorate from the U in materials science and engineering in 1984. He is president of the National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. He was a distinguished professor with the National Cheng Kung University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, where he specialized in ceramics and thin film technology. An expert in functional and structural ceramics, he is a member of the World Academy of Ceramics, which was established to promote progress in the field of ceramics and foster better understanding of its impact.

Dr. Wen-Bin Liaw
Wen-Bin earned two degrees from the U in chemistry, a master's degree in 1985 and a doctorate in 1989. He is a professor for the Materials Science Department at the National Taiwan University in Taipei.

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