The first National Innovative Design of Chemistry Experiment Competition for College Students was held in Nanjing University from Oct. 11th to 14th. USTCers ZHANG Tianze, XU Wei and LIU Mingqiang from the School of Chemistry and Materials Science won the Special Prize in this competition.
Certificates and trophy
ZHANG Tianze received the award on behalf of the team
This competition is sponsored by the Chemistry Teaching Steering Committee of the Ministry of education for Colleges, co-organized by the National Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center and Nanjing University. This is a group competition with teams from 87 different universities. Each team is composed of 3 competitors. The team participated in the competition in the form of works (thesis and video) and on-site defense. The total score was composed of two parts: Works score (60% of the total score) and on-site defense score (40% of the total score).
This competition aims to consolidate the basic knowledge, theory and skills of college students in chemistry; improve their ability to find, analyze and solve problems; cultivate their innovative consciousness and practical ability; and establish a platform for the exhibition and exchange of their innovative ability, to promote the practical teaching reform of universities in China.
Award winning students and their academic advisors
Many teachers from the “Organic Chemistry Experiment” group of Chemical Experiment Teaching Center guided and organized this competition, which is a test of the overall level of chemical experiment teaching in USTC. It has played a good role in promoting teaching reform in the future.
(Image provided by the School of Chemistry and Materials Science, written by YANG Xinqi, edited by JIANG Pengcen, USTC News Center)
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