The Gourmet Night Market is the first of its kind organized by the JI Living Quarter Club, which provides an excellent opportunity for students to hone hands-on skills through a savory experience.
In the 5th edition of the contest, the students spent 48 hours during a busy period of their midterm exams in November 2014, analyzing open-ended real-world scenarios and writing up a formal solution paper.
The recently released results of the 2015 Mathematical Contest in Modeling/ Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (MCM/ICM) show that among the 24 teams from the University of Michigan- Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute’s (UM-SJTU JI) Innovation Club, 5...
JI graduate student Cheng Shao has been awarded the 2014 AMD Scholarship for High Performance Computing.
On a sunny afternoon in mid-April, six energetic JI student volunteers visited the “Sunshine House” for the mentally challenged in Shanghai, bringing laughter and warmth to the residents. After a little warmup to break the ice, the volunteers sat down with the...
The JI Book Bar will uphold JI’s cultural banner and promote the habit of “reading anywhere anytime”.
This activity aims to provide opportunities of exchange, learning, and friendship for students from all over the world.
The new semester academic guidance is a distinctive guidance program of the Joint Institute.
The winners of the 2014 Chiang Chen Overseas Graduate Fellowship have just been announced. Passing multiple interview and selection processes, Ming Zhong and Yanrong Li, two seniors from the Joint Institute, turn out to be the only two SJTU winners for this honor.
The 2015 U21 Student Summit was held at National University of Singapore from February 26 to 28, JI student Peng Yuan and Ci Mo of Antai College of Economics & Management were SJTU’s representatives.
At conclusion of the meeting, Dean Huang emphasized that JI advocates Open Door Policy and the town hall meeting is a channel for students to knock at the door, give suggestion, and help JI improve.
Three-minute Thesis Competition was held in the Minhang campus on September.Jing Long, a JI Ph.D. student from Prof. Tian Yang’s Nanophotonics Laboratory, won the second prize by her excellent presentation of “Detecting a single molecule within a gold nanoparticle-plane junction.”