The 2018 Retirement Ceremony
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As 2018 comes to an end, and we bid our farewells to all the memories and welcome in 2019, HYU has also bid its farewells to its dear family members who have worked for the school for many years. Consisting of both professors and faculty members, two retirement ceremonies were hosted for each group on the 21st and 27th of December, 2018.
On the 21st of December, a retirement ceremony for professors was held on the sixth floor of the new Administration Building. The ceremony consisted of a warm farewell as well as performances in addition to a last lunch with the dean. Professors Joo Sung-soo (Graduate School of Public Policy), Rim Kwang-joo (School of Law), Kim Seon-jin (Division of Material Science and Engineering), Kim Jong-kyung (Department of Nuclear Engineering), Kim Joo-han (Department of Neurology), Choi Woong-hwan (Internal Medicine), Park Hae-young (Urology), Park Chul-won (Otolaryngology), Lee Young-soo (Dentistry), Park Hong-goo (Department of Mathematics), Choi Byung-dae (Department of Public Administration), Ye Jong-suk (School of Business), Lee Young-in (Department of Piano), and Kim Choong-bae (Department of Orchestral Instruments) from the Seoul Campus were present. As for professors from the ERICA Campus, professors Shin Dong-hyuk (Department of Material Science), Han Jeong-seon (Department of Applied Mathematics), Kim Yong-bum (Department of Digital Culture & Contents), Kim Jae-bum (Deparment of Journalism & Mass Communication), Ryu Tae-soo (College of Business and Economics), and Park Kyu-won (Department of Communication Design) were present.
Cha is the head of the Office of Student Affairs for the ERICA Campus. He has worked for HYU since 1983 and has shown his dedication and love for the school for 36 years. Of course, he has not only worked in the Office of Student Affairs, but also in the Office of International Affairs, the Admissions Office, Human Resources, and the Office of Public Relations and Planning. “I still remember the days of the late 1990s to the early 2000s when HYU started growing immensely. I was so proud of its rapid growth, and it will be a memory that I will never be able to forget as a faculty member.” Cha’s love for the school and students could be seen as he talked about his plans to teach Korean to foreign students. He also wanted to work as a volunteer at the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). For his last comments, Cha said, “I have spent two thirds of my life at HYU and have grown with this school. HYU is where it is as a result of the hard work of many people. Those who are remaining in the school should continue to take on this role for the tomorrow of Hanyang. In the future, this school that you will grow with will give you immense strength.”
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