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Gathering talents to promote development

SYSU holds conference for newly joined faculty members

Last updated :2017-01-17

Source: Human Resources Department
Written by: Human Resources Department
Photo by: Jin Feng
Edited by: Wang Dongmei

On the morning of January 14, 2017, the conference for newly joined faculty members was held in K.K. Leung Hall on Guangzhou South Campus of Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU). Secretary Chen Chunsheng, President Luo Jun, Deputy Secretaries Li Ping and Guo Yaping, Vice Presidents Yu Minbin and Ma Jun, Assistant President Wang Xuehua, leaders of schools, departments and affiliated hospitals, as well as faculty members, research fellows and postdoctoral researchers who joined the SYSU community since January 1, 2015, a total of nearly 1,200 people attended the conference.

At the conference, Vice President Ma Jun introduced the University’s research policies and research progress. Director of Office of Talent Development Luan Tiangang introduced the University’s personnel and talent policies.

SYSU holds conference for newly joined faculty members.


President Luo Jun delivers a speech.
 
President Luo Jun delivered a speech. He pointed out that the establishment of a “talent pool” is necessary for the rapid development of the University, the endeavor to become world-class university and the cultivation of young teachers. He said that SYSU will promote talent work in five aspects: basic conditions and flexibility; quality criteria and quantity requirement; disciplinary differences and categorical evaluation; strategic arrangement and leap-forward development; long-term thinking and internal improvement. He hoped that everyone will work with concerted efforts to realize the goal of building a world-class university and create a even better future for the University.

This is the largest conference held by the University for newly joined faculty members in recent years. The new comers expressed that they had a deeper understanding about the University’s reform and development as well as the University’s requirements and expectations, and they will devote themselves to teaching and research and make contributions to the development of the University.