學生筆跡 Student Corner

To GE, or not to GE?

[Author: Tada Yoshikazu]

Is university GE necessary at all? If so, what role does GE ought to play in the life of a university student, and how can our GE foundation program seek to engage students in achieving that goal? To GE, or not to GE will seek to answer those questions that surround the aims of an effective GE program.

What motivates you?

In this article, Wong Yuen Lung shares his thoughts on “In Dialogue with Humanity” (UGFH), which he took in 2018-19. He also talks about how the two GEF courses help him explore the question of motivation.

Learning- To grow or not to grow?

We are fortunate to have Myrmidon Kangara, a law student, share how the UGFH classics shape her views on living a good life, being a good person, and the role of responsibility.

A Poetic Encounter

In the “Students’ Corner,” students are encouraged to write about anything in relation to GE learning (GEF and the four areas). Huzeyfe Kıran, an anthropology student, describes the learning journey as a poetic encounter. Here is why.