|School of Fine Arts Gives First Lecture for the Training "In-depth Study and Self-improvement" for 2018 Student Cadres|
|time of release: 2019-05-15 times clicked:|
On March 15, the special training of the 2018 student cadres of the School of Fine Arts was held in the lecture hall at the third floor of the Museum of Fine Arts.The first lecture of the training is How to coordinate the relationship between work and study. The training was hosted by Yang Mengdan, and all student cadres of Grade 2018 attended the meeting.
Zhang Xing, Secretary of the Youth League Committee of the School of Fine Arts, introduced the objectives of this training. He hoped that student cadres could set an example to other students and really improve their working ability to serve the students better by theoretical study and practice.
Huo Panpanpan, the chief of Work-study Department, made a speech in which she emphasizes the following three points:Firstly, the study and work attitude should be correct so as to play a leading role for the students around us;Secondly, we should determine the short-term and long-term goals;Thirdly, we should refuse procrastination in practice, improve daily work efficiency, and do the right things at the right age.
Wang Ying, member of the presidium, believes that study consists of three points:Self-awareness, jumping out of comfort zone, and independence.She emphasized that doing student work can train logical thinking ability and language expression ability, and recalled her change from freshman year to present.Winning or losing is just momentary, but regret results in a lifetime sadness.She hopes that the student cadres of the 2018 level will work hard during the university period without regret.
Wang Jingkui, member of the 2018 presidium, believes that study is the duty of college students. As a student, first of all, we should do a good job in study. We should be good at discovering our own advantages and disadvantages, constantly reflect on ourselves and stick to our original intention.
Author: Qi Yaxin
Photography: Dai Han
Review: Zhang Xing and Yu Qianzi