Our University Won the First Prize in the 8th China Undergraduate Physicists' Tournament with the Fourth Overall Score
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From August 13th to 18th, the 8th China Undergraduate Physicists' Tournament was held in Harbin institute of Technology ceremoniously. A total of 73 universities participated in the competition, including 32 universities of thirty-five 985 project universities in the country. There are 73 teams in the running, and 27 universities were sent their teams to watch the competition. The total number of teachers and students was more than one thousand, it was an elite gathering. A total of seven undergraduates formed the Nanjing Normal University 2017CUPT team. Members of the team are Shi Yunzao, who is from Honors College, Zhou Hao, Pei Fengcheng, Feng Ran and Chen Hongyuan, who are from School of Physics and Technology, Hou Xiaoling, Wang Jiaqi, who are from School of Teacher Education. They prepared for nearly nine months for the competition and during the summer vacation, they also intensified their practice. They worked through the division of labor and after many simulation competitions, and they perfected the report of the corresponding topic. Because of the total number of teams increased, each round of group matches was increased from three teams to four teams, so the team went through 20 intense contests. They got together and rose to the challenge in a number of links such as reporting and debating. Finally, they won the first prize with the fourth overall score. This is the best performance since 2011 – the first time our university attended CUPT. It's not only for the individual to win the honor, but also let our university stand out on the stage of the first-class universities.
Except for the efforts of the players, the honor dues to concerns of our university, dean's office, relevant college leaders, and the support from relevant professional teachers are vitally important. This fully reflects our universities' emphasis on undergraduate education. Wish our university achieve better results in CUPT and cultivate more creative talents.