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Media CoverageThe media coverages are summaries of the newspaper articles of the day published about SNU

  • December 10, 2010

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SNU will not change the name Seoul 'National' University even after the incorporation in 2012, CHU Chong Nam, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head of Advisory Committee said.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Maeil Business Newspaper interviewed Professor KIM Young Choong of College of Pharmacy who made SNU Medicinal Herb Garden and has been running it for 21 years.
- Published in Maeil Business Newspaper

SNU College of Liberal Studies launched a new course named "Overseas Field Trip" as a Major Elective of 2 credits. Students can earn credits by participating in volunteer social service or serving internships.
- Published in Maeil Business Newspaper

SNU Institute on Aging conducted a survey to 4674 baby boomers about their lifestyle. They have spent most of the income to support their parents and children sacrificing their own needs, but are not about to retire against their will.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

CHO Dong Sung, SNU Professor of Business Administration, wrote a column that proposes to reform the Korean public administration system into one like business administration which appreciates open competition.
- Published in JoongAng Ilbo

LEE Jae Hong, SNU Professor of Electrical Engineering received 'Haedong Academic Award' from IEEK.
- Published in HanKook Ilbo

SNU Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology held the 5th 'Convergence Forum' about 'raising creative human resource'.
- Published in Yonhap News

Ministry of Ministry of Education, Science and Technology conducted a research on 214 of 4 year universities in Korea about their research activities. In 2009, universities spent 4,117 billion won of research grant: 81.6% of it (3,360 won) was from the government, 11.7% was from the industry, and 6.5% was from the universities. Total research grant was increased by 16.5% compared to the previous year. The average research grant per one professor was 62 million won.
- Published in Seoul Shinmun

Yonsei University adopted an 'Anti-plagiarism' program to prevent students from plagiarize their paper.
- Published in Yonhap News

DongA Ilbo wrote an editorial that says "SNU should be wold's best university after the incorporation."
- Published in DongA Ilbo

Maeil Business News wrote an editorial that says SNU faculty members and staff should renew themselves to successfully incorporate the university.
- Published in Maeil Business News

Segye Ilbo wrote an editorial that says SNU will be competitive with overseas renowned universities after the incorporation.
- Published in Segye Ilbo

JoongAng Daily wrote an editorial that says the goal of incorporation of SNU is to make it as the global best university.
- Published in JoongAng Ilbo

HanKook Ilbo wrote an editorial that says SNU's incorporations should set a good example of incorporation of other national universities.
- Published in HanKook Ilbo

KANG Won-Taek, SNU Professor of Politics, wrote a column that says politicians should try harder to have better communications with each other.
- Published in Kookmin Ilbo

KIM Byung-Yeon, SNU Professor of Economics, wrote a column that emphasizes that Korea should change education market and labor market to make most out of the Korea-USA Free Trade Agreement.
-Published in Maeil Business News

KWON Huck-ju, SNU Professor of Public Administration, wrote his regular column that cheers students who provide voluntary service to underdeveloped Asian countries like Laos.
- Published in HanKook Ilbo

YUN Sun-Jin, SNU Professor of Environmental Studies, wrote her regular 'environment column' that criticizes government's nuclear energy policy.
- Published in Kyunghayng Shinmoon
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