In collaboration with Taiwan Soka Association (TSA), Soochow University unveiled an exhibition at Waishuanghsi campus on March 23rd, 2022, aiming to help students understand and pursue the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
SU President Wei-Ta Pan, Vice President Bau-Tscheng Dung, Dean Shiow-Duan Hawang of the School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Dean Kuen-Chang Lee of the Office of Student Affairs, Chairman Zhao Lin and CEO Ting-Feng Lin of TSA all participated in the opening ceremony.
With “From One Person, From the Heart” as its slogan, the exhibition provides docent services that introduce 8 SDGs activists around the world, as well as interactive games that promote the awareness and actions of sustainable development. It urges people to start the change from oneself and from the bottom of the heart.
“In this era, everyone may face various challenges at any time. By understanding the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations, we can set ourselves as a good example and make further change with actions,” said President Pan.
The exhibition in Waishuanghsi campus (in the corridor on the 1st floor of the D building) would last from March 21st to 26th, while the one in Downtown Campus (at Arts Center) is scheduled on May 9th through 13th.
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