Among this year’s graduates, 81% are going abroad for graduate studies, half of which have been admitted to University of Michigan, and the majority of the rest were admitted to top US universities such as MIT, Stanford, Columbia, UCLA, Georgia Tech. Those who choose to work have mostly been employed by large domestic and international companies.
In the first homecoming for JI alumni, Dean Jun Ni, Scott Yang, Academic Affairs Manager, Professors Mian Li, Lipo Wang, Jason Daida, and Qiang Zhang met with 50 JI alumni that have graduated since 2006.
JI’s Capstone Design is a senior project that is completely different from the traditional thesis-based senior project prevalent in the engineering schools in China. In JI, under the supervision of a team of instructors, a group of four or five senior students from Mechanical Engineering (ME) and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) work together on one project. Students are required to write a group report as well as individual reports in English and finally present in the English oral defense.
JI’s Class 2008 held a teacher-appreciation banquet and red-carpet show at Liuyuan Restaurant. Robert Parker, Executive Dean, Shensheng Zhang, former Executive Dean, Peisen Huang, Associate Dean for Education, Scott Yang, Academic Affairs Manager, and several faculty and staff graced the occasion with their attendance
The Graduation show of class 2008 was opened by a video titled “The Coolest Moments in Our College Days” which replayed some extraordinary and funny events in chronological order and invoked waves of laughter. The theme of the night was “Family Forever”.
Associate Dean Peisen Huang welcomed MOE specialist group. He gave an introduction of the JI, including the history, characteristics, and management. He described the high-caliber faculty, innovative curriculum, successful dual-degree program, and the graduates’ excellent placement record. He summarized JI’s accomplishments in six years, the challenges, and future developments.The attending specialists were impressed by JI’s achievements and asked a lot of questions.
Some snapshots of the 2012 Vg100 Summer Symposium, which was held on July 21-22. JI freshmen presented 39 inventions as part of their Vg100 assignments.
On the morning of June 1, UM-SJTU Strategic Partnership Agreement (2012-2022) Signing Ceremony was held in Lecture Hall, Chen Ruiqiu Building on Minhang Campus. Present at the ceremony were Philip J. Hanlon, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs of...
The Third TA Orientation Conference of the JI Center for Learning and Teaching Concluded Successfully
The third TA orientation conference of the JI Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT-JI) was held on May 12, 2012. The purpose of the conference is to provide intensive training for the teaching assistants who are going to teach in the summer semester. Upon...
The diverse functionality of crystalline materials found in nature has inspired the quest to develop man-made versions with building blocks ranging in size from atoms to bricks.