From 1951 to 1970 – Former President Chien Shih-liang not only preserved the scale and system of NTU established by Former President Fu Ssu-nien and previous presidents but also fostered the overall development of NTU in a balanced manner with a visionary and pioneering attitude. To enhance the research standards of NTU, Former President Chien encouraged faculty members to pursue further education through overseas visits and facilitated academic visits by foreign teachers. Furthermore, he effectively utilized U.S. aid grants to upgrade the library and facilities of various faculties and departments, enabling NTU to grow steadily and adapt to changing times.
The visionary perspective that transcends time and space allows us to reflect on the academic development and transformations of this century-old university. By unlocking the long-preserved records, we can explore them with an analytical lens and delve into profound thinking. This enables us to unleash the social and educational functions and cultural promotion of the archives, ensuring their timeless significance in the modern era.