Research and Teaching
Serving as one of the leading medical universities in Central Taiwan, China Medical University has long devoted in researching and teaching in the ultimate purpose of promoting the wellbeing of the local community.
Research Supporting SDGs
We have conducted various research projects finding the way to meet SDGs set by UN, including ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages (SDGs 3), promoting sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all (SDGs 8) and many more.
Sustainable Development Micro-credit Courses
In the purpose of raising students’ awareness towards sustainable development, China Medical University has designed Sustainable Development Micro-credit Courses featuring diverse lectures and learning activities. In these courses, students will be able to obtain knowledge of SDGs and be inspired to be part of the change for a sustainable future.
Health promotion and sustainable development in traditional Chinese medicine (SDGs 3)
Community Detective (SDGs 11)
Food: Angles? or Devils? (SDGs 2, 3)
The application of Design Thinking in Health and Welfare field (SDGs 3)
Marine and Sustainable Development (SDGs 14)
Caring community with love for health (SDGs 3)
Gender Equality and Respect (SDGs 5)
Longevity School in the Community (SDGs 3, 4, 10)
Environmental pollution, Health, and Sustainable Development (SDGs 3,13,15)
Safe medication use to make you healthier (SDGs 3)
University social responsibility: Practice on social innovation (SDGs 8,9, 11, 12)
Sustainable Development Week
Sustainable Development Week is our annual event for sustainability advocacy. During the event, we will present our latest research, social service projects and students’ innovation in the form of exhibition and hold speeches, hackathons and environmental workshops. We aspire to spark new ideas for sustainable development among students and teachers and let the inspiration ripple for the next big thing.
During Sustainability Development Week, we invite our students to participate in Sustainability Hackathon to brainstorm for sustainable development. Coming from a medical training background, our students are able to come up with creative solutions for health-related issues and open up interesting dialogues among the participants from all walks of life.
SDGs Exhibition Hall
We set up posters featuring SDGs information in school hallways to showcase global trends of sustainable development and CMU’s responding actions. In order to encourage further participation, we also recruit student volunteers to support the walkthrough of the exhibition.
Dusk Lecture Hall
Ranging from global climate change to local cultural sustainability, we host a series of speeches and lectures featuring professional insights on SDGs and aim to enlighten our participants. We hope to provide diverse learning opportunities for both students and teachers and invite them to be part of change for a sustainable future.