Beijing, 13th March 2019, (BISTU)— President Wang Yongsheng, accompanied by directors of relating divisions, conducts survey and inspect at School of Information Management on 13th March 2019.
Dean Zhang Yangsen of School of Information Management delivers a work report on key areas of the School in 2009, i.e., spatial construction, undergraduate education and accreditation of professional master degrees, academic research and team building, academic discipline construction and postgraduate education, and construction of system and culture. Secretary Zhang Hong of CPC BISTU School of Information Management Committee makes a report on important issues in recent times. Wang Yongsheng also holds talks with vice deans, deputy secretaries, and chairs of departments.
Wang Yongsheng speaks highly of achievements that the School has made in cross-disciplinary development and dedication and passion of the whole school with leadership of all deans and secretaries. He raises three requirements for future development of the School. Firstly, we shall properly find out position in education and build consensus. It is hoped that the School, guided by the goal of building a high level university with distinctive feature in information technology, could conduct top level design and form its own features in education. Secondly, we shall strengthen team building for faculties and staff. It is suggested that the whole School follow the big trend of the University in respect of talent introduction, based on actual situation of the School, to make new progresses in all aspects. And thirdly, more focus shall be laid on academic discipline construction and building academic programs. It is recommended that emphasis shall be attached to accreditation of information security as a program, design of educational plan for big data management and application shall be offered enough importance, and feature of the School shall be more salient.
Wang Yongsheng also produces suggestions on system construction and implementation of “sunshine project”. He says that School of Information Management, guided by “construction of five environments”, will bring its strengths into full play and contribute to super normal, big-stride development of the University.