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Paiknam Memorial Association held 'The 4th Paiknam Prize Ceremony' on October 16th at Paiknam Music Hall of Seoul Campus. Paiknam Prize was established to honor the philosophy of Dr Kim Lyun-joon, the founder of Hanyang University, and the total sum of 200,000,000KRW will be given to the prize winners. The winners of the 4th Paiknam Prize are ▲Engineering Award Cha Gi-chul, the CEO of Inbody ▲Music Award Kim Nam-yoon, president of the Korea Arts & Gifted Education Institute ▲Human Rights and Service Award Dubont (Rene Dubont) Catholic Bishop. CEO Cha Gi-chul contributed to the diagnosis and cure of adult diseases and diabetes through developing body composition analyzer with high accuracy. President Kim Nam-yoon was praised for promoting Korean music to the world, training many prominent talents while serving as a professor at the Korea National University of Arts. Bishop Dubont was evaluated for contributing to the regional development through medical and educational projects since he moved to Korea in 1954 and introduced the early discovery and treatment of Hansen's disease. ▲CEO Cha Gi-chul of Inbody, the winner of Engineering Award, and his wife are taking a memorial photo with Chairman Kim Chong-yang (on the right) at the 4th Paiknam Prize Ceremony held on October 16th. ▲President Kim Nam-yoon, the winner of Music Award, and his wife are taking a memorial photo with CEO Kim Chong-yang (on the right) at the 4th Paiknam PRize Ceremony held on October 16th. ▲Bishop Dubont (Rene Dubont) on the left, the winner of Human Rights and Service Award, is taking with CEO Kim Chong-yang at the 4th Paiknam Prize Ceremony held on October 16th.
Along with Hanyang University's Center for Social Innovation, Hanyang Harmony will hold ‘The 2019 Love Gimjang Sharing Event’ in front of the Administration Building (Lion Statue Square) on the Seoul Campus at 9 am on Saturday, November 9th. The event includes, not only making kimchi, but also packing and delivery work. Kimchi will be delivered to 500 households in need in the Seongdong area. Applications for this activity will be on a first come, first serve basis by October 25th, and you can fill out and submit an application form online (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IEsUk_InUSTe28PIaK14w6fcCeZBrH0z/view). For more information, please contact the Center for Social Innovation (02-2220-2406, firstname.lastname@example.org) for students and faculty members. In the case of Hanyang graduates or general participants, please contact (02-2220-2004, email@example.com). ※ The image below is translated as follows. [Detailed schedule] 09:00~09:30 (Orientation-Attendance Check) 09:30~10:00 (Opening ceremony) 10:30~13:00 (Kimchi and packaging, rearranging) 13:00~13:30 (Lunch) 13:30~15:00 (Cleaning and checking attendance) 15:00~17:00 (delivery) Application method (Selective) Submit the attached application form [Division] 1. Pay only donations 2. Payment of donations + Making Kimchi 3. payment of money + Making Kimchi + delivery 4. payment of money + Making Kimchi + delivery vehicle support 5. Delivery Commando (vehicle support or delivery) Vehicle support means you bring your own vehicle. [Content] 1. Select one of the divisions. 2. Download and fill out the application form. 3. Submit by email. - Basic amount of donation is 10,000 won or more. (The donation will be used to purchase kimchi ingredients) Others 1. We ask for your support because kimchi ingredients are purchased with raised donations. 2. Our administration team will prepare the rubber gloves and aprons for the activity. (We would like you to bring extra clothes and shoes in case of any stain.) 3. We issue a volunteer activity certificate (6 hours minimum) 4. Kimchi can be distributed to students who . (20 first-come-first-served students! Foreign students and studnets who live alone, 1 packet per person) (Application: Submit a simple reason in the application form, receiving it at 15 o'clock on the delivery schedule. We provide a container to carry it) The Global News Team firstname.lastname@example.org
▲ (From left) Bishop Rene Dupont, CEO Cha Gi-chul, and director Kim Nam-yoon On October 16, the Paiknam Memorial Association selected ▲ Cha Gi-chul, the CEO of Inbody, for the Engineering Award ▲ Kim Nam-yoon, the president of the Korea Arts & Gifted Education Institute, for the Music Award, and ▲Rene Dupont, a Catholic Bishop, for the Human Rights Volunteer Award as the winners for the 2019 Paiknam Prize. In particular, Dupont is from France and has contributed to regional development through education projects in farming and fishing villages in the northern part of Gyeongbuk province and medical and relief projects since his arrival in Korea in 1954. He served as the first bishop in Andong, Gyeongbuk province between 1969 and 1990 and has devoted himself to the poor and needy local residents. In 1974, he opened the ‘Damian Dermatology Clinic,’ which contributed to the early detection and treatment of Hansen's disease. He established Sangji Girls' Middle and High School and Sangji Girls' College (currently Catholic Sangji College) for women's professional education. CEO Cha Gi-chul is the world's first major player to develop and commercialize the body composition analysis technology. The new finding was recognized for its contribution to the diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases and obesity by developing a body composition analyzer with very high precision. Director Kim Nam-yoon has won numerous awards on the world stage, including the Tibou Barga International Violin Competition. She has also trained many talents while serving as an academy of music professor at the Korea National University of Arts. As a violinist and educator, Kim Nam-yoon was evaluated for promoting Korean music to the world. The Paiknam Prize was established to inherit and develop the spirit of Kim Lyon-joon(1914-2008), the founder of Hanyang University. Monetary prize awards totaling 200 million won will be given to the winners. The award ceremony will be held at Hanyang University on the upcoming 16th. Hanyang Global News Team email@example.com
Hanyang University held its 2019 second semester Graduate School Fair on October 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium. 67 departments participated in the fair. In addition, 13 departments (43 laboratories) from the Mathematics and Science fields provided a lab tour for the purpose of sharing more information with students. ▲A student is looking at a bulletin board at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲Students willing to go to graduate school are waiting in line for consulting at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲ Students wishing to go to graduate school are receiving counseling at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲Students are receiving counselling at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. ▲ Students are applying to graduate school through an on-site application booth at the 2019 Graduate School Fair. Hanyang Global News Team Global@hanyang.ac.kr
Hanyang University's ERICA Campus in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province, celebrated its 40th anniversary with around 300 people, including university benefactors and graduate representatives on September the 28th. The event was named, 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day,' using the first Chinese character of Hanyang University (漢陽大). Taking this event as momentum, ERICA will organize the Alumni Association to support more than 70,000 alumni that it has produced since its opening in 1979. Kim Woo-seung, the president of Hanyang University, stated, "We will make the ERICA Campus the best innovation campus by attracting around 500 corporations and research centers, creating the most synergy to impact the industry-research-university cooperation, until the 50th anniversary in 2029." ▲ Media Dae-buk is performing at the 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day' event for the 40th anniversary of the ERICA Campus on September 28th. Graduates joined this day's event. ▲ The President of Daeyeong Paper Manufacturing, Gwon Yeong (ERICA Alumni President) is giving a celebration speech at the 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day' Event. ▲ Kim Woo-seung, the President of Hanyang University, is sharing the visions of ERICA Campus at the 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day' event. He promised to make ERICA Campus the best university-research-industry cluster after 10 years. ▲ Yang Nae-won, the Vice President of Hanyang University's ERICA Campus, is presenting the future vision at the 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day' event. ▲ Byun Jin-Sub, a singer, is giving a celebration performance at the 'Sarang 漢(Han) Day' event.
Hanyang University, which has recently stepped forward as a worldwide social innovation leading university with the recent joining of Ashoka University, opened the Asia Pacific Youth Exchange (APYE). The purpose of this program was to cultivate future youth leaders who will achieve ‘sustainable development of the Asia Pacific region’. The international event co-hosted by Hanyang University, ADB (Asian Development Bank), UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), and the UYA (Urban Youth Academy) was in progress from August 18th to the 27th. The APYE program consists of three stages that include leadership development training, field survey, and symposium. It is a program in which participants personally experience the social problems of a relevant region, seek a solution by communicating with the persons concerned, and debate the resolution. Around 180 youths from 20 countries participate in the APYE program to grow social innovative capabilities by thoroughly examining the five social issues in Seoul, which include the education gap of multicultural families, trash recycling in the city, wrap around care service, the information gap of the disabled, the revitalization of traditional markets, and, finally, drawing ideas to solve these five issues. The ideas to resolve these social problems produced by this APYE program will be developed and progressed into a viable project after passing the three-track course of design thinking, social venture, and digital communication of ‘Youth Impact for SDGs’ that Hanyang University and the Seoul District are promoting together. Meanwhile, Hanyang University has fostered around 10 social ventures from 2016 that Hanyang University students and local young people from the Philippines, Nepal, and India operated together in order to help realize the ideas from the APYE program.
Hanyang University held a 'Chuseok Festival with International Students' on September 10 at Seoul campus. The event was held to provide foreign students attending Hanyang University with an opportunity to experience traditional Korean culture and strengthen the bond with Korean students on Chuseok, Korea's most important holiday. ▲ A student who attended the 'Chuseok Festival' at Seoul Campus is kicking a Jegi(Jegichagi) ▲ Students attending the Chuseok Festival are playing Tuho(korean traditional game) ▲ Students attending the Chuseok Festival are playing a game of Yut(Yunnori) ▲Students attending the Chuseok Festival are taking pictures with hand made traditional masks ▲ Students attending the Chuseok Festival are having a great time by wearing Hanbok
Hanyang University held the '2019 Hanyang Job Discovery Festival' at the Olympic Gymnasium, Seoul Campus on September 3rd. Lasting until September 4th, around 120 domestic companies participated in the event. An exclusive recruiting booth for graduate students was provided for the first time among domestic universities. Students had their prospects for finding employment overseas broadened through an exclusive recruiting company booth for global companies. In addition, booths for international students wishing to work in Korea and students having hardships obtaining employment were also made available. ▲ Students are having an employment consultation at each booth. ▲ Attendants are waiting in line for entry. ▲ Students are looking at an information board. ▲ A personnel manager (in the middle) is consulting job-seeking students. ▲ A student (on the right) is receiving job counseling at a recruiting booth. ▲ Graduate students are receiving job counseling at a recruiting booth for graduate students.
Hanyang University ERICA Campus held 2019 Fall Semester Graduation Ceremony at 10 a.m. on the fourth floor of the ERICA Campus Conference Hall on August 20. The event was attended by 600 hanyang members, including faculties, graduates and their parents. A total of 649 students, including 46 master's degrees and 603 bachelor's degrees, received their degrees. By colleges, there were 46 graduates from Graduate School of Industrial Convergence, 190 from College of Engineering Sciences, 105 from College of Business and Economics, 89 from College of Languages & Cultures, 61 from College of Communication, 53 from College of Science and Convergence Technology, 41 from College of Design and College of Sports and Arts and 40 from College of Computing. Various awards were given at this ceremony. 8 graduates including Lee Seong-won, an architecture major at the Graduate School of Industrial Convergence received Master's Thesis Award. 86 graduates including Seo Ji-hyun, from Department of Molecular & Life Science at College of Science and Convergence Technology, received the Excellence Award. An Alumni Award was given to Lee Sung-bin from Department of Techono-product Design at College of Design. The event was presided over the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs and was followed by a congratulatory speech from the President, speech from the President of Alumni Association, award ceremony, congratulatory performance and singing the school song. All the professors and degree recipients participated this event with congratulations and encouragement. ▲ Graduates who attended Fall Semester Graduation Ceremony at the ERICA Campus are taking commemorative photos. ▲ At the commencement ceremony, President Kim Woo-seung delivers a congratulatory speech to graduates. ▲ At the commencement ceremony, President Kim Woo-seung is conferring diplomas to graduates. ▲President Kim Woo-seung is taking a commemorative photo with the graduates. ▲ Students are giving a congratulatory performance at the commencement ceremony. ▲Professors and graduates are expressing thanks to eachother.
Hanyang University held 2019 Fall Semester Graduation Ceremony at the Olympic Gymnasium in Seoul Campus on August 21. A total of 1,779 students (259 Doctoral, 471 Master's, and 1,049 Bachelor's) received degrees. ▲Foreign graduates are taking commemorative photos at the 2019 Fall Semester Graduation Ceremony held at the Olympic Gymnasium in Seoul Campus ▲Graduates who finished their graduation ceremony at Seoul Campus are celebrating their graduation by throwing bachelor's caps into the air. ▲At the graduation ceremony, President Kim Woo-seung is delivering a congratulatory speech to graduates. ▲Graduates and parents attending the ceremony are listening to President Kim Woo-seung's congratulatory speech. ▲Graduates attending the ceremony are expressing thanks to their professors.
The 2019 Smart Model Car Competition held at Hanyang University's Olympic Gymnasium in Seongdong-gu, Seoul on July 11th was not a regular competition, but was a place for testing core technologies for smart cars. With the aim of designing and applying core technology for smart cars to smart model cars, Hanyang University has been testing key technologies such as smart cruise control, automatic parking, autonomous emergency braking, and obstacle avoidance in previous competitions thus far. In this year's competition, "in-city self-driving" technology was measured through a crosswalk mission. The chairperson of the event, Sunwoo Myung-ho, a professor of the Department of Automotive Engineering of Hanyang University, stated that, "The competition for smart model cars will contribute to enhancing South Korea's competitiveness in automobile technology by implementing various sensors that are key technologies of smart cars as model cars," and said that, "in addition, I believe this competition plays a very important role in Korea's car industry to lead the world's automobile market." In the competition held on July 11th, the team with students from Konkuk University's Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Shongji Nagayo took first place. The leader of the team, Kim Seung-soo, remarked that "After a lot of time spent in preparation, I'm really happy to be awarded with first prize," and revealed, "I will diligently research smart car-related fields in the future." The winning team was awarded with the prize of 10 million won as well as other additional prizes. This year's competition conferred 25 million won worth of prizes (including a field trip to a research center in Germany) such as 10 million won to the first place winner. ▲The winning team of the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition, Shongji Nagayo, consisting of students from Konkuk University's Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, are taking a photo at the Olympic Gymnasium of Seoul Campus on July 11th. ▲ At the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition held on July 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium on Seoul Campus, the chairperson of the event Sunwoo Myung-ho (professor of the Department of Automotive Engineering of Hanyang University, center) is giving a congratulatory speech. ▲Participants of the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition on July 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium on Seoul Campus are checking their smart model cars before the event. ▲ A participant of the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition on July 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium on Seoul Campus is lining the smart model car up at the starting line. ▲ The audience was watching the driving of model cars from their seats at the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition on July 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium on Seoul Campus. ▲ The audience was watching the driving of model cars from their seats at the 2019 Smart Model Car Competition on July 11th at the Olympic Gymnasium on Seoul Campus. Translated by Jeon Chae-yun firstname.lastname@example.org
Hanyang University HEAD Lab (Hanyang Education in Art+Design Lab) and Hanyang Arts+Design Education Center (Director Kim Sun-ah) led the art museum education program for 100 scholarship recipients to attend the 2019 Seoul Talented Artist Education event on July 6th. This event was part of the HEAD Start program, where students were divided into 3 teams to visit the Hyundai Kids' Museum's "Books & Art" <World Tour with MOKA – Hungary>, Art Sonje Center's <The Island of the Colorblind>, and Daelim Museum's <Jaime Hayon: Serious Fun>. Director Kim Sun-ah said, "Through the art museum education, students will have had the opportunity to dream and think of themselves as future authors, beyond the activities of expression-making pieces.” ▲Scholarship students of the Seoul Metropolitan City-Hanyang University Talented Artist Education program who visited the Art Sonje Center of Jongno-gu, Seoul are taking a memorial photo together on the 6th. ▲ Scholarship students of Seoul Metropolitan City-Hanyang University Talented Artist Education program that visited the Hyundai Kids' Museum's "Books & Art" at the Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do location are experiencing a VR program on the 6th. ▲ Scholarship students of Seoul Metropolitan City-Hanyang University Talented Artist Education program who visited the Art Sonje Center at Jongno-gu of Seoul are listening to an educator's explanation on the 6th. ▲ Scholarship students of Seoul Metropolitan City-Hanyang University Talented Artist Education program who visited the Daelim Museum at Jongno-gu, Seoul, are paying attention to the instructions of an educator on the 6th. Translation by: Kim Hyun-soo
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