IMICS Students Had a Blast in the Recent Field Trip to New Taipei City
Updated: Jan 29
As the semester is reaching half of its way, on November 13th, with the aim of strengthening the bond between students and the faculty staff, and relieving stress, IMICS has organized a special outing trip exclusively for IMICS students and the faculty staff. The trip started off with the visit to Yehliu Geopark (野柳) with a fun photo session with the queen’s head stone and a breath-taking seaside view, then to Jinguashi (金瓜石), a signature museum with a long history of gold mines and minerals. Finally, the trip ended at Jiufen (九份) with a warm dinner gathering.
This was also a great opportunity for students to gain personal hands-on experience and apply learnt knowledge into practice. Additionally, with the guidance of participating professors, the learning experience was much more enhanced and enjoyable.
“It was a great bonding opportunity for us students and the professors. Especially, for a first-year IMICS student like myself, I believe it was a great chance for me to know everyone better and create many new connections. Even though the weather was not very good as it was rainy and very windy, this trip was my favorite memory in IMICS so far.” – Hannah Hurlbut, first-year IMICS student shares her thought on the trip.
Author: Duong Nha Van / IMICS 109