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Date:2018-05-22
Bracket:2018 NCYU News
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 NCYU President Chyung Ay and Mr. Cai signed the agreement on the scholarship donation. Her Name Lives On: “Ms. Cai Shu-Ling Memorial Scholarship” Founded at NCYU
  Ms. Cai Shu-Ling, an alumna of Class No. National-26, Taiwan Provincial Chiayi Junior Teachers College, formerly known as National Chiayi Teachers College before National Chiayi University was established after merging. She had been teaching at the Department of Early Childhood Educare, Tainan University of Technology, before dying in a car accident in 2016. Her elder brother Cai Bing-Kun and other family members donated stocks and funds worth about NT$ 3 million to NCYU on May 18th in gratitude for the education given to Ms. Cai. Each year from now on, cash dividends and funds cash dividends will be used to offer scholarships or provide financial aid to students of the Department of Education (where Ms. Cai graduated) and the Department of Early Childhood Education (to which she had been committed in her lifetime) who come from financially challenged families. The scholarship program is expected to encourage the NCYU students to write papers to contribute to periodicals based on what they learn at the university. The ultimate goal is to urge the younger students to devote themselves to academic studies.

  The donation ceremony took place on the Lantan campus, attended by Ms. Cai’s brother Mr. Cai and his wife, and Cai Sheng-De, a retired teacher from NCYU. The ceremony was also joined by NCYU President Chyung Ay, Vice President Liu Rong-Yi, Vice President Huang Guang-liang, Dean of Student Affairs Ming-Chung Chen, Library Head Ding Jyh-Chyuan, Dean of International Affairs Der-Ching Yang, Chief of the Office of Research and Development Lin Han-Qian, Secretary-General Wu She-Ching, Teachers College Dean Huang Yue-Chun, College of Science and Engineering Vice Dean Xu Fang-Wen, Department of Education Chairman Lin Ming-Huang, Department of Early Childhood Education Chairman Zheng Qing-Qing and other first-level supervisors. In addition to the top supervisors, teachers and students also participated in the ceremony to express gratefulness to Mr. Cai for his support of NCYU students.

  During his speech at the ceremony, NCYU President Ay showed gratitude to Ms. Cai and her family for their philanthropic generosity. The staff have been preparing administratively since it was the first time that NCYU accepted donation of stocks and funds, and he was honored to know that everything was well prepared. He also thanked Cai Sheng-De, a former teacher of NCYU, for his valuable assistance.

Mr. Cai, elder brother of Ms. Cai, said Ms. Cai had been leading a simple, humble life throughout her lifetime. She was a caring teacher concerned with the quality of living and learning of students, and had often provided financial support in private to students from more financially constrained backgrounds. She had dedicated her whole life to education, hoping that every student could commit himself/herself to academic learning, and contribute to the society with the knowledge he/she has acquired, which was also Ms. Cai’s lifetime goal. The “Ms. Cai Shu-Ling Memorial Scholarship” founded today was considered to be something she would have expected to see.

  Huang Yue-Chun, Dean of the Teachers College, NCYU, also expressed his gratefulness to Mr. Cai for the generous donation. The Ms. Cai Shu-Ling Memorial Scholarship program will operate on a sustainable basis to encourage the students of the university to pursue academic learning, and hoped it will help urge more people, especially the alumni, to contribute to charity, and offer help to the young students in need.

  The donation ceremony was closed with presentation of certificate of gratitude and souvenirs of the university by President Ay to Mr. Cai. Teachers College Dean Huang and Department of Education Chairman Lin also presented a porcelain panel painting by NCYU teachers to him in gratitude to the family members of Ms. Cai.
 NCYU President Chyung Ay and Mr. Cai at the end of the signing ceremony for the program entitled “Ms. Cai Shu-Ling Memorial Scholarship” Huang Yue-Chun, Dean of the Teachers College, NCYU, presented  a  souvenir to the donor, Mr. Cai. A group photo of participants at the signing ceremony of the “Ms. Cai
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