By Hsu, Yu-Ting, LDP Cycle 4, Senior, Dept of Agricultural Economics
The end-of-cycle exhibition by the Leadership Development Program (LDP) Cycle 4 students grandly opens on April 24th as the students form a team of seven run eight-leggedly towards the exhibition venue, NTU Historical Gallery. The team is welcomed by a group of invited guests, teachers and fellow students, symbolizing the learning quest in the program and thus witnessed.
The title of the exhibition is “FOUR” N+1 Stories, which focuses on the students’ personal value as unique individuals, perceiving each Cycle 4 member as a book of depth telling his/her very own story. Not to mention the extra stories created throughout the time of sharing, interacting and mutual learning among them.
Tinted with vivid photography, the exhibition aims to present Cycle 4 students’ reflection on the past learning experience and further show the core value and influences the program brings, as it is in fact defined by its various participants.
The exhibition itself contains many ingenious ideas, including the section displaying students’ personally iconic items, and the Post-It Wall, inviting all the visitors to freely pull down a sticky note, write down wishes and feedbacks and post it back onto the wall so as to take a part in creating new stories and memory.
“FOUR” N+1 Stories is now on view in NTU Historical Gallery from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout April 24th to May 6th, with Tuesdays off. For those who would like to know what LDP students have learnt, to take a look on the marvels of the stories, an onsite tour guide is at the service every day.
In addition, a full introduction on LDP and its application procedure will also take place on the admission seminar scheduled May 6th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Common Building Room 205.