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  • November 10, 2011

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[Events] The SNU Leadership Center will host the musical 'The President is Missing' in which various SNU professors have taken part as scriptwriters and composers. The musical is an outgrowth of the SNU Leadership Center's 'Brain Fusion Project'. Professor KIM Kwang-Woong, director of the musical as well as a chief of the Center, stated that the performance has instructional purposes related to the Center's leadership classes just as the TV show 'West Wing' had in the United States. The musical will be performed from November 10 to 12 at Doore Cultural Center.
Published in JoongAng Ilbo

[News Report] Students from SNU Law School are supporting the compensation lawsuit filed by laborers of Samsung Semiconductor suffering from industrial diseases including leukemia. Students are assisting the lawyer on the paperwork level as well as translating the sentencing of the case to share with international civic organizations.
Published in Hankyoreh Shinmun

[Interview] Professor HO Moon Hyuck of SNU Law School, president of the SNU Faculty Council, expressed his concern over the future outcome of SNU's incorporation. Ho claimed that current policies on the incorporation do not fulfill the original goal of the incorporation, the achievement of 'university autonomy', but rather restrict the academic freedom of the members of the university. He also criticized the misunderstanding of universities' social role reflected in the university innovation scheme being promoted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
Published in Kyunghyang Shinmun

[Events] SNU’s Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) will host a public lecture by Shimaguchi Mitsuaki, a professor from Hosei University, on the subject of "A Secret of Corporations' Growth: The Experience of Japan and Its Implications for Asia."
Published in HanKook Economy Daily

[Figures] Professor PARK Hyo-Chong of SNU's College of Education insisted on the enactment of the 'North Korea Human Rights Act'. "To be silent on the issue of human rights in North Korea only reflects one's intellectual cowardice and a lack of kinship", Professor Park commented at the Chaillot Human Rights Forum on November 9.
Published in Segye Ilbo

Summarized by LEE Chan Woo & LEE Ye Ha, SNU English Editors,
Proofread by Brett Johnson, SNU English Editor,
November 11, 2011
November 9, 2011