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  • May 30, 2011

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SNU and the SNU Labor Union have agreed upon establishing an organization to discuss further issues regarding the incorporation of SNU. The organization will consist of 8 members, 4 of them representing the university, another 4 representing the labor union. It will meet approximately once or twice a month for 2 hours per meeting. The organization will continue to meet until this year’s end, the period when the SNU incorporation process is expected to be completed.
Published in Kookmin Ilbo

SNU recently announced its plans on building an all-inclusive digitalized administration system by December 2013. This will consist of three stages: first, the ordinary administration system, second, the student administration system, and third, the business administration system.
Published in Digital Times

Professor NAM Jwa Min and his research team from the SNU Department of Chemistry have discovered a new way to shorten the time in testing medicinal effects. Professor Nam expects that his new technology will shorten the testing time to half the time it originally takes. The particulars of his results have been published on the website of Nature-nanotechnology.
Published in JoongAng Ilbo

Professor HAN In Sup from the SNU School of Law has newly published a book on Korean human rights advocates during the authoritarian military regime period in Korea. It took Professor Han more than 4 years to accomplish his writing with immense help from Mr. HONG Sung Woo, a human rights advocate during that period who kept all his court records intact. The book deals with famous incidents such as the KIM Jiha case and the cases of nowadays politicians HAN Myoung Sook, KIM Moon Soo and LEE Jae Oh, who were students during that period.
Published in Donga Ilbo

KIM Kwang Uk, an SNU professor of the Department of Anthropology, expressed his concerns about the growing nationalistic tendencies in China. In a forum held in Beijing University, Professor KIM urged the Chinese people not to approach ‘culture’ as something that can be competed with.
Published in Donga Ilbo

SNU co-hosted a musical gala in the SNU Gwanak Dormitories with the Gwanak District Office. The Gwanak Dormitory Concert has been going on since 2006 in order to develop the students’ cultivation in music.
Published in Korea Herald Business

SEO Young Geo, Dean of SNU College of Medicine, announced his plans to extend the current academic curriculum of 4 years to that of 6 years to provide a more thorough education. He plans to distinguish students who will continue their studies into the graduate level with students who wish to find a job, in order to provide personalized education according to the student’s future plans.
Published in Maeil Business News

Summarized by LEE Hee Un, SNU English Editor,
Proofread by LEE Ye ha, SNU English Editor,
June 30, 2011
May 27, 2011