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Undergraduate students participate in the 14th Annual Conference on Science and Technology Policy

2018-12-10 Views:844

On October 20, 2018, Liu Xiaojuan, from the Department of Information Management and Information Systems of the School of Government Administration, led the undergraduate Liu Ziqi, Zhang Hui and graduate student Yu Mengxia to participate in the 14th China Science and Technology Policy and Management Academic Conference and Chinese Association for Science of Science and S&T Policy. Council.

The academic conference was hosted by Chinese Association for Science of Science and S&T Policy, undertaken by Tongji University, co-organized by the School of Economics and Management of Tongji University, the editorial department ofScience of Science Research, and the editorial department ofInnovation and Development Policy. With the theme of “40 years of reform and opening up: practical exploration and theoretical innovation of S&T for development”, nearly one thousand experts and scholars from universities, research institutes and industry have gathered together. The opening ceremony was held in the auditorium of Tongji University. Prof. Fang Xin, the honorary chairman of Chinese Association for Science of Science and S&T Policy, and Prof. Fang Shouen, secretary of the Party Committee of Tongji University, delivered speeches.

This academic annual meeting has set up 28 sub-meeting venues. Our venue is “Session 10: Scientific and Technological Human Resource Management”. Liu Ziqi gave an oral report on the topic ofChinese High-level Talent Policy Literature Research. Yu Mengxia gave an oral report onthe research on the change of cooperation relationship before and after the evaluation of high-level talent projects -- taking the example of the Cheung Kong Scholars Program in 2005. After the end, the scholars and experts present at the end gave praise, and also proposed improvements.

At this meeting, we were fortunate to hear the reports and exchange of relevant academic predecessors, and gained a lot of valuable experience, broadened our horizons and returned with fruitful results.

We are very grateful to the instructors and the department for their tremendous support, providing a convenient academic and research environment for undergraduates.