Thirty-seven original works, mostly created by Soochow University’s students, have begun to be showcased at SCU’s two campuses, as the school unveiled its second augmented reality (AR) arts festival starting September 25, 2018. And the organizer SCU Tomorrow Hub (T Hub) has connected this year’s event as one of the exhibition sites of Taipei’s street art show “Nuit Blanche Taipei” (白晝之夜).
A teacher and four students from Soochow’s School of Big Data Management won top honor in the 2018 Highway Public Transport Planning Competition held by Directorate General of Highways. The SCU team defeated all other teams with their project “Yilan Regional Tourism and Mass Transportation Integration Platform Design—Environmental Travelling Monopoly Game, and won the championship along with the prize of 200,000 TWD.
A group of friends gather in front of a poster for International Week, discussing to which study abroad program they would like to apply. This scene happens repeatedly on the second week of every semester, which shows that a growing number of students are choosing to study abroad and broaden their global perspectives.
Four students selected from Soochow University Model United Nations (SCUMUN) Club gained valuable experiences as they participated in the 2018 National Model United Nations (NMUN), held in New York from March 25th to 29th. This is an annual conference gathering college student representatives, or the so-called MUNers, from all over the world who would strive to take the floor, speak up for their assigned countries, and share their opinions on local and global issues.