On July 3, ECNU held a symposium on the cultivation of top students. University leaders, heads of related departments and functional departments, along with representative teachers carried out in-depth discussions on the pressing problems and challenges the university faces in nowadays students’ cultivation.
Meng Zhongjie, Director of the Academic Affairs Office, summarizes the characteristics of undergraduate student cultivation.
Meng Zhongjie, Director of the Academic Affairs Office, analyzed and summarized the characteristics of undergraduate student cultivation in five first-class universities at home and abroad. He reflected on ECNU’s achievements and shortcomings in this aspect and proposed several new modes in cultivating top students at ECNU.
ECNU President Qian Xuhong expounds his views on general education and professional education.
In his speech, ECNU President Qian Xuhong started from undergraduate education, expounded his views on general education and professional education, and emphasized the importance of top student cultivation through the pursuit of academic excellence.
Mei Bing, Chair of the ECNU University Council, shares her view on the future improvement of ECNU.
Mei Bing, Chair of the ECNU University Council, said that the education symposium as a new initiative and a new mechanism, intended to focus on some interesting issues for in-depth discussion, which would inspire the university to consider how to improve its competence and efficiency in solving key problems. According to her, this symposium was a prelude to the large-scale discussion on talent cultivation in the next two months. Guided by talent cultivation, the university would strive to achieve endogenous educational development and promote the construction of ECNU as a world-class university with first-class disciplines.
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