Inherit the Excellent Traditions of the Northwest Associated University and Build a World-Class University with Chinese Characteristics

Xiaowei ZHANG

Abstract


The Northwest Associated University has laid a foundation for higher education in Shaanxi and the Northwest and has made extraordinary contributions to the development of culture and education in the Northwest. The Northwestern Polytechnical University was founded on the basis of the Northwest Associated University. The Northwest Associated University adheres to the back part of the country, preserves the resources of higher education, and continues the cultural lifeline; the Northwestern Polytechnical University is rooted in the west, inherits the fine traditions of the Northwest Associated University, and adheres to the characteristic development. Northwestern Polytechnical University seizes the opportunity of “double first-class” construction, promotes the spirit of aerospace, and comprehensively opens a new journey for building a world-class university with Chinese characteristics.

Keywords


Northwest Associated University; Northwestern Polytechnical University; Adhere; Inherit; Innovation; “Double first-class” construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11400

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