Honors College 15-grade Liberal Arts Intensive Class Won 2017 Undergraduate "Top Ten Demonstrated Class"
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On the evening of December 19, the tenth undergraduate "Top Ten Demonstrated Class" exhibition of the school was presented at the auditorium of Xinbei District, Xianlin Campus.
Before the official start of the exhibition, Sun Youlian, who is the member of the Standing Committee of the School Party Committee and vice chancellor, delivered a speech. She introduced the development and significance of the "Top Ten and Hundred Best Classes" selection activities, and she congratulated the sixteen classes participating in the exhibition evaluation from more than 700 classes in the school, and gave her best wishes for the activities.
The exhibition includes two parts: theme display and on-site reply, which are jointly scored by the jury teachers, counselor jury and freshman squad jury. In the exhibition evaluation, each class introduced the system construction, ideological guidance, cultural construction, special development, achievements and achievements of the class in novel forms, and gave a detailed answer to the questions asked by judges. The sixteen class shows are impressive. Among them, the Honors College 15-grade Liberal Arts Intensive Class was the 14th appearance. They displayed various aspects of the construction of the class in the form of popular live broadcasts. They demonstrated the class atmosphere of internationalization and excellent language proficiency of students in both English and Chinese and highlighted the class leading role model. Honors College leaders were also on stage for their cheer. Relatives and friends are even more enthusiastic applause and cheer for cheering them. In the end, the 15-grade Liberal Arts Intensive Class won the sixth place in the "Top Ten Demonstrated Classes" based on the pre-evaluation and excellent performance of the live demonstrations.
This year is the tenth year of the "Top Ten and Hundred Best Classes". The demonstration of "Top Ten and Demonstrated Classes" is a recognition of the achievements of all the participating classes and is even more highly recognition for the winning classes. Over the years, Honors College has made outstanding achievements in this selection and won many honors in the "Top Ten Demonstration Class". The 15-grade Liberal Arts Intensive Class students said they would redouble their efforts on the basis of honor, temper forward, and build better class collective.