Discussions on the Functionality of Scientific Spirit of University to Guide Students Realising Aspiration

Ying FENG

Abstract


University spirit is a spiritual culture which is education-oriented, takes learning as its core, accumulates with historical development, and embodies University value. Scientific spirit as one of the University spirits, guides University students to seek the truth, to search the facts, to pursue innovation, and to look for change. The realisation of China Dream requires that every Chinese person transforms their little dream into reality. With respect to University students, this is to ask them in realising their life goals. During the process of University students’ personality moulding and values forming, the scientific spirit of University could help students keep clear mind, objectively treat problems, gain consciousness of innovation, be brave in change, and become an objective, rational, innovative and critical constructor for the new type society. The scientific spirit of the University is a crucial spiritual power to lead University students to grow up healthily, and to achieve their life goals. This spirit is also an indispensable part of University spirit.


Keywords


University; Scientific spirit; China dream

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