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

  • January 13, 2011

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The inauguration ceremony for “Global Community Service Group” of SNU was held on January 12 with Oh Yeon Cheon, president of SNU. The SNU “Global Community Service Group”, comprised of three different original clubs that engaged in mentoring, habitat, and etc., will help SNU students to grow into true global leaders.
- Published in Hankook Ilbo

Lyoo In Kyoon, SNU professor of Psychiatry in the College of Medicine donates his one hundred million KRW prize money to North Korean refugees.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Kim Rando, SNU professor Consumer Studies and Resource Management in the College of Human Ecology is interviewed on advise to people in their twenties and thirties. He especially emphasized how college students should think what makes them most happy.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

The third crusade to raise awareness of Dokdo Island, “Dokdo Racer 2” will travel to 26 different countries on their motorcycles to publicize Dokdo and Korean culture for 175 days, taking off from Korea on February 25. “Dokdo Racer 2” is comprised of one Yonsei University student and four SNU students.
- Published in Donga Ilbo

A student named Baek Jin Seong from Daecheong Island approximately four hours away from Incheon receives a full scholarship to SNU.
- Published in Hankyoreh

SNU Alumni makes a New Year resolution to make SNU a “prestigious global university, and make Korea a healthy country” at the reunion that took place on January 12 at Lotte Hotel.
- Published in JoongAng Ilbo

Following the recent modification of the law concerning the deliberative committees which evaluate universities’ tuition fees, the SNU Student Council conflicts with the school demanding higher student representation on the committee.
- Published in Yonhap News

Park Jihang, SNU professor of Western History in the College of Humanities, writes a column on Chosun Ilbo warning the dangers of offering welfare to gain election votes, commonly referred to as ‘populism’, describing the problem with Sweden’s current Welfare policy.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Chang Dal Joong, SNU professor of Politics in the College of Social Sciences, writes an opinion on JoongAng Ilbo about the recent North Korea policy of ROK and South Korea policy of DPRK. He argued that North Korea should look for a path to Washington through Seoul or Tokyo, and that South Korea should make contact with DPRK through Beijing.
- Published in JoongAng Ilbo

Lee Stephen (Seung Hoon), SNU honorary professor of Economics explains the process of free trade in his “Economics Mentoring” column.
- Published in Hankook Economic Daily

Kim Byung Do, SNU professor of the College of Business Administration specialized in marketing, explains why Korean firms have developed and how the Korean society changed following entrepreneur development. Professor Kim asserted the merit system and the competitive culture of firms were the reasons behind the revolutionary development of Korean firms.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Summarized by LEE BoYoung, SNU English Editor
January 14, 2011
January 12, 2011