Previous online resume of Luo Linjiao

  A Ph.D. from Harvard University went to the street to serve as the deputy director. Is it a "qu talent" or a new employment trend? In the past two days, Weibo netizens exploded because of the life choice of a researcher. Luo Linjiao, a Ph.D. in Biophysics at Harvard University and an associate professor in the School of Physics at Nanjing University, was transferred to the Taoyuan Sub-district Office in Nanshan District, Shenzhen, as the deputy director and director of the Block Construction Department. Netizens started to argue. The reporter dialed Luo Linjiao's phone number yesterday, but it has been unanswered.

  Yangtze Evening News/Ziniu News reporter Yang Tianzi

  Famous school tyrants give up scientific research and transfer, netizens issue "cherishing talents"

  Recently, some netizens noticed that Luo Linjiao, deputy director of Taoyuan Street, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, and director of the Block Construction Department, has a rich academic background. She is a PhD in biophysics at Harvard University and was an associate professor in the School of Physics at Nanjing University before her transfer. Now, Luo Linjiao is the deputy director of Taoyuan Street, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, and the director of the Block Construction Department. At the launching ceremony of Taoyuan Street’s 2020 college students’ social practice activities in the community, Luo Linjiao also sent a message to college students to exercise, enrich themselves, and improve themselves in community practice activities, so as to achieve success, apply what they learned, and feed back the society. Enter the grassroots level, serve the masses, strengthen one's sense of historical mission and responsibility, and be a pioneer, pioneer and devotee in the forefront of the times, and strive to make oneself a pillar of the construction of the motherland.

  Some netizens feel sorry for Luo Linjiao's current job, and some believe that "her current job is not worthy of her knowledge." Some netizens also said that working in the street with such an academic background is undoubtedly "a poor talent." But netizens who hold another point of view said that there is no high or low level of career choice, not to mention that the society is free and open, and scientific researchers choose to transfer jobs. What is wrong?

  Yesterday, the reporter dialed Luo Linjiao's phone number, but he remained unanswered. Afterwards, the reporter contacted a professor who had been in contact with Luo Linjiao. The professor said that he respected Luo Linjiao's personal choice.

  Was a bachelor of Chinese University of Science, won Guo Moruo scholarship

  According to public information, Luo Linjiao studied in the Department of Modern Physics of the University of Science and Technology of China in 1998, and received the Guo Moruo Scholarship during his undergraduate studies. To win this award, Luo Linjiao's undergraduate results need not be repeated. Beginning in 2003, Luo Linjiao was studying for a PhD in Physics at Harvard University. During his PhD, he successfully published two articles and one book. In 2009, Linjiao Luo started postdoctoral research at Harvard University. In 2013, she successively published some neurological research in the Department of Physics of Nanjing University, but they were all linked to the PhD supervisor at Harvard.

  The reporter noted that Luo Linjiao took the post of deputy director of the Taoyuan Sub-district Office through public notice two years ago. In June 2018, the Organization Department of the Shenzhen Municipal Party Committee issued the "Announcement on the Public Notice of the List of Shortly-Needed Professionals in Shenzhen Selecting and Transferring Professionals to the Sub-districts". Among them, Luo Linjiao, then associate professor of the School of Physics of Nanjing University, entered the public notice as the candidate for the sub-division-level leadership of Shenzhen .

  Luo Linjiao is not the only one from the same group of universities. They include: Bai Hongtao, Associate Professor of the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Nankai University, Bao Yi, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of the School of Marxism, Shenzhen University, Zhu Jie, Associate Professor, School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, and Associate Professor, School of Water Resources and Hydropower, Wuhan University Li Ben, Associate Professor Zhang Lusi, Harbin Institute of Technology, etc.

  On June 26, 2018, the Nanshan District People's Government Office decided after research: Comrade Luo Linjiao was appointed as the deputy director of the Nanshan District Taoyuan Sub-district Office.

  "The Nursery Project" attracts talents, and there are many associate professors in the same batch

  According to previous media reports, in the aforementioned public announcement issued by the Organization Department of the Shenzhen Municipal Party Committee, a list of 70 people was published. They are candidates selected by Shenzhen for national state-owned enterprises and institutions, universities, and research institutes. The candidates are 27 from universities and research institutes, 22 from state-owned enterprises, 21 from other units, 39 doctors, 31 masters, and 61 senior titles.

  Seventy candidates were selected with professional backgrounds in 11 categories including ecological environment, materials and energy, and information technology. They came from 20 provinces (cities, districts) across the country and 47 post-80s cadres. According to the plan, this group of talents will be first arranged to serve as department-level cadres in the street.

  The above announcement also mentioned that the selection and deployment of talents in short supply is to further strengthen the construction of Shenzhen's high-quality professional cadre team, based on the arrangement of the Shenzhen Municipal Party and Government cadre talents "Nursery Plan".

  Public information shows that in 2016, Shenzhen launched the "Surfing Nursery Plan", which aims to combine the development trends of Shenzhen’s main industries, from the long-term, medium-term, and short-term levels, to train and introduce scarce professional cadres, and to optimize the age and Source and other structures. The "shortage majors" are concentrated in six categories: financial management, urban construction management, information technology, equipment manufacturing, biomedicine, ecological environment and marine science.