From May 24th to 27th, the second national undergraduate “Beichen” political science and public management forum was held in Jilin University. Zhao Sifang, a 2017 political science and administration major of NEFU, was chosen to give a presentation in a sub-forum of “Chinese Political Science and Political Development in the New Era” and won the second prize.
The second national undergraduate “Beichen” political science and public management forum was held in Jilin University. The theme of the forum focused on leading academic topics such as “China Political Science and Political Development in the New Era” , “Research on Neighborhood Security and Regional Community”, and “Research and Theoretical Innovation of Government Governance in the New Era”, etc. The forum attracted 133 academic papers from 140 outstanding students of 55 nationally renowned universities such as Renmin University, Wuhan University and Xiamen University. After reviewing, a total of 30 papers were chosen for the forum.
In the sub-forum themed “China’s Political Science and Political Development in the New Era”, Zhao Sifang introduced his research topics and shared the research results with the teachers and students of the forum. In the communication process, teachers and students discussed the academic issues in the presentation. Sub-forum commentary Guest Professor Ma Xuesong and Associate Professor Liu Chang of Jilin University fully affirmed the academic ability and comprehensive quality of political science and administrative students of the NEFU College of Humanity and Law, encouraged the students to explore the academic path on the basis of their interests and expected to hear more voices from NEFU students.
In recent years, universities such as Sun Yat-sen University and Jilin University have successively held a series of forums for undergraduate students studying social sciences to provide a good platform for academic development and inter-university exchanges, and to build a foundation for the further development of social sciences in China. All along, the students of political science and administrative science of our university have taken the initiative to participate in such academic activities, continuously strengthening exchanges with teachers and students from all regions and universities, and actively integrating into the development system of new liberal arts in the new era. We hope that more students who are interested in academic excellence will be able to participate in various academic forums in the future, and help NEFU to accelerate the construction of new liberal arts in the new era, to integrate into the national social science research system, and to make NEFU’s voice heard in the new era.