This year is the hundredth anniversary of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and also the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the EMBA program. "Tracing the Source · Accomplish the Great" alumni homecoming series activities organized by the College of Business, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics kicked off in order. On May 7, EMBA 2006, 2007 Alumni Homecoming & SUFE EMBA Alumni Association "Thinker" Seminar Series was successfully held. EMBA alumni took time from their busy schedule and returned to SUFE. They happily gathered together, catching up on each other and expressing their love to the alma mater.
In the morning, Liu Liming, Director of EMBA Center, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, led EMBA 2006 and 2007 alumni to gather at Wuchuan Road Campus of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and visit the Alumni Avenue (tentative name) donated by all the EMBA alumni. Huang Lin of Alumni and Student Affairs introduced the regional status and future reconstruction planning of the Alumni Avenue (tentative name) in detail. Subsequently, the alumni took group photos with the trees planted by the class.
After the morning trip is completed, alumni came to Zhongshan North No.1 Road Campus, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and recalled the good old days at the Boya Hall of Knowledge. Professor Shen Zhihua, famous historian and professor of history at East China Normal University, gave a series of lectures on "Thinker", and conducted an in-depth analysis of the situation on the Korean Peninsula.
After the lecture, Liu Liming, Director of the EMBA Center, College of Business, made a detailed introduction to the history of the 100-year-old SUFE, the construction status of the EMBA Alumni Association, the progress of the Alumni APP release and the Alumni Association planning and arrangement in 2017.
At the end of the homecoming activities, the alumni introduced their current status of career and life and expressed their appreciation for the support of their alma mater with the theme of "Yesterday ? Today ? Tomorrow".