In late October, two graduate students of TWiST and Professor Chia-Li Wu were invited to attend the Young Women Scientists Camp in Daejeon, Korea, sponsored by KWSE. Students were very excited about the events. They brought a great variety of decorations to embellish the country booth, and also rented a set of Taiwan aboriginal ornaments for performance in the evening program. Most of all, they made many friends, enjoyed the sisterhood, and felt much encouraged and empowered from the two-day camp. Chia-Li gave a talk entitled “Be a STEM Woman in the Coming Society” to echo the Camp Theme- Future Society, Science, and Women.
因應2月11日聯合國制定「國際女科日」（International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, UNESCO），台灣女科技人學會首創在國內辦理響應活動，達成宣揚國際上女科技人的理念，如同宋順蓮理事長所言：“Resources, collaboration, girls, women, governmental engage made the campaign. Our goal is that influence the policy. Taiwan needs science, science needs women. ”