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2020-09 15 Important News

[Special]The Corona Blue Among Us

The second semester of 2020 has started but it is still not certain when the students would be allowed to return to school. Due to the ever-continuing spread of coronavirus, many students of Hanyang are getting exhausted from the condition known as the ‘Corona Blue’. This newly coined term comes from "coronavirus" and "blue", depicting the depression and lassitude caused by the huge restriction on daily lives. Kim Won-jun, a 3rd year student of the Department of Education, is one of the students who were affected by the Corona Blue. After his return from the military service at the start of the year, Kim has been most anticipating to start his social life again. "Last semester, I was really let down to realize that I wouldn't be able to see any of my friends even after coming back from the army, and it seems like it will continue this semester as well" said Kim. Kim says, during the first semester, both his body and mind were quite exhausted from doing a large amount of assignments at home, while not being able to do what he usually does to relieve stress, such as going to PC bang or karaoke. "I'm worried that the same thing would happen until the end of the second semester, too. It is very hard to control the stress level.” Regarding the Corona Blue, Professor Park Yong-chon (Department of Neuropsychiatry) explains that severe symptoms of Corona Blue may develop into an actual depression or anxiety disorder. Continued anxiety about one’s unreleased desires may lead to accumulation of anger, which, if left untreated, may result in directing the blame to oneself and develop suicidal thoughts. To deal with the Corona Blue, Park says it is important to follow the ’10 directions for keeping the mind healthy’, proposed by the Korean NeuroPsychiatric Association. - 10 directions for keeping the mind healthy - 1. Accept anxiety. Anxiety is a perfectly normal reaction during a pandemic. Anxiety itself is helpful to some extent, since it is what helps people stay alert and hygienic. It is important to accept that one is anxious, instead of trying everything to get rid of the feeling. 2. Only accept accurate and necessary information. Though a moderate amount of anxiety is acceptable, feeling the constant anxiety to search for new or updated information only increases stress and disorients people from making rational decisions. Students should set time for SNS and news, instead of revisiting them without restriction. 3. Hatred does not help. Hatred toward the infectees does not help in garnering the statistics. Also, pointing fingers at the infectees could also result in secondhand damage such as psychological trauma for the patients. 4. Realize your emotional and physical symptoms. If one feels too much stress or anxiety, it is important to see psychiatric specialist without avoiding the idea. 5. Naturalize the idea of uncertainty. Because of the desire for the situation to be over, people tend to overlook how uncertain the pandemics could be. Instead of trying to fight against the idea of change, it is important to control the mind and adapt to the paradigm. 6. Continue your connection with family and friend. It is crucial that people stay 'connected’. Having someone one can rely on completely changes the course of one’s psychological state. 7. Do valuable and positive activities. Strengthening the immune system is strongly related to keeping one’s psychological state positive and bright. Examples of the activities could include writing letters, diaries and leaving records of the day without letting them pass by meaninglessly. 8. Maintain the physical rhythm. Due to the limitations, it is easy to lose biological rhythm. Keep the regular sleeping routine. 9. Pay attention to the sick around us. It is important to be altruistic to the patients and the quarantined. Note that secondhand damage is being done even to the cured. The act of helping others ultimately sends positive psychological impact to the helper as well. 10. Cheer for one another. There are many volunteers risking their lives trying to help others during the pandemic. Try also to build a social group where “everyone protect everyone”. Professor Park Yong-chun (Department of Neuropsychiatry) shared the ’10 directions for keeping the mind healthy’. (Photo courtesy of the Medical Observer) Park ensured everyone in Hanyang University that they are not in this alone. "I know how difficult it is to put this into action," said Park, "But accepting the negative emotions and viewing them from a third person’s perspective is the key to beating the Corona Blue." Lee Yoon-seo cipcd0909@hanyang.ac.kr

2020-09 15

[Culture]Hanyang University Museum Opens the 5th Hanyang Museum Academy

The Hanyang University Museum is opening the 5th Hanyang Museum Academy starting from September 17th to October 29th, every Thursday at 2 p.m. for 6 classes. The program will create a cultural space for university members and the public to gain more knowledge of humanities. The 5th Hanyang Museum Academy of the year 2020 will be held with the topic of 'Fun Science Salon_Stores of Science Close to Our Lives,' allowing the students to approach science with more familiarity by dealing with topics related to our daily lives such as the principles under fine dust or calendars or chemical characteristics of particle physics and fruits. Due to COVID-19, the 5th Academy will be held online. Science experts from various fields will participate as lecturers, such as President Lee Jung-mo of the Gwacheon National Science Museum (September 17th), President Lee Myung-hyun of Science Bookshop (September 24th), Professor Kim Tae-jung of Hanyang University's Department of Physics (October 8th), Science Journalist Lee Jong-ho (October 15th), Professor Kim Bum-jun of Seongkyunkwan University's Department of Physics (October 22nd), and Science Communicator Lee Eun-hui (October 29th). Registration for the class begins on September 1st, which can be submitted by downloading the registration form from the museum website and submitted via e-mail or fax. Meanwhile, Hanyang Museum Academy is a program that is held by the Hanyang University Museum twice a year, usually spring and fall. It was created for Hanyang University students and the public as the participants who are especially interested in history and culture. Academies related to architecture and arts, such as 'Seoul-in, How much do you know about Seoul? - Reading Seoul through Architecture' (1st Academy), 'Seoul-in, How much do you know about Seoul? - Reading Seoul through Humanities' (2nd Academy), 'Looking at the people of Chosun with paintings' (3rd Academy), 'Looking at the people of Europe with paintings' (4th Academy) have been opened. ▶ Go to Museum website for 5th Hanyang Museum Academy registration ▶ Look at the keyword at Hanyang Wiki (Click) : Hanyang Museum Academy, Hanyang University Museum Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 15

[Media Briefing][Seoul Economy Daily] President Kim Woo-seung, Interviews on University Innovation

On September 8th, Seoul News delivered an interview with Kim Woo-seung, the President of Hanyang University. The interview took place at the Office of the President of the Seoul Campus on the 7th, with President Kim sharing his vision on university innovation, industry-university cooperation, and start-ups. President Kim mentioned, "The attribute of a university is similar to the second rule of Newton,'F=mx a.' This is the rule of acceleration.In universities, because the professors hold some amount of mass (m) to refrain from changes, it is hard to create acceleration (a) for innovation without a substantial amount of force (F).However, COVID -19 is currently serving its role as a great force to bring changes.While there was an online lecture limit until last year, it was expanded to allow 99% of the undergraduate online lectures and 100% of graduate school online lectures." He also emphasized the importance of universities making a social impact, as much as the world university rankings. President Kim introduced the industry-university cooperation of Hanyang. He stated that the school is "conducting research that industries are interested in, with the spirit of'from lab to the market.'" President Kim also explained the Hanyang MEB Center, the Hanyang Humanities Enhancement Center, and the industry membership system. He also introduced the'Hanyang AI Solution Center,' which has been established with the support of the Dongwon Industry. About startups led by professors and researchers, President Kim mentioned, "when evaluating professors, startup and technology transfer should be considered as much as the SCI journals. The university should increase the extra value created within the society by operating research labs related to the market , developing good technologies, and cooperating with the startup support center, technology-based companies, or the industry-university cooperation center." See the original article (Click) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 14

[Alumni]Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun, Inaugurated as the President of KEPCO

▲ Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun (Department of Electrical Engineering, year 82) Alumnus Kim Tae-kyun (Department of Electrical Engineering, year 82) was inaugurated as the 31st president of KEPCO's Power Research Institute on August 31. Kim earned a bachelor's degree, master's and doctorate degree in electrical engineering from Hanyang University and completed the executive education on energy at Seoul National University. After joining KEPCO in 1996, he has served as the head of the Electric Power System Group, the head of the R&D Policy Team, the head of the Next Generation Transmission Research Institute and has been serving as the head of the Research Strategy Office since 2019. In particular, he was awarded the Minister of the Power Technology Promotion Competition in 2009 and the Prime Minister's Award in 2014, which led the development of KEPCO's transmission and technologies based on his academic depth and leadership. Kim said, "The Electric Power Research Institute will accelerate research to overcome the new threats and changing energy environment of the post-corona era," adding, "Based on the research institute's experience, we will put in full efforts to ensure that the Electric Power Research Institute moves forward." Check keyword [[Kim Tae-kyun(Alumnus)]] on Hanyang Wiki Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 14

[Donation]College of Medicine Class of 82' Donated 7.4 Million Won

On August 28th, the class of 82' from the College of Medicine donated 7.4 million won to the Hanyang University Resident Association. The amount was gathered by 30 colleagues that are part of the 20th year of the alumni association and the class of 82' and was delivered to encourage junior residents of the Hanyang University Hospital. At the delivery ceremony, Seoul National University College of Education Professor Kim Yeon-soo, Hanyang University Professor Shin Jin-ho, the president of the alumni association, Professor Kim Dong-hun of Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, and the president of the Hanyang University Resident Association Lee Yong-jun (3rd year in internal medicine) had attended the event. According to the coverage made by the medical press, 'Daily Medi', Professor Kim Dong-hun mentioned, "The donated money was gathered to stop the enforcement of policies that cloud the future of the Korean medical system. We wanted to support the juniors that have given up everything that they could." Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 14 Important News

[Event]Hanyang University ERICA, Gyeonggi-do Province -Ansan City-Kakao opens Ceremony for Kakao Data Center Construction

On September 7th, Hanyang University. Gyeonggo-do, Ansan City, and Kakao signed a business agreement in the Gyeonggi Provincial Government Office to build a Kakao Data Center and an industry-academic cooperation facility. The President of Hanyang University, Kim Woo-seung, the Governor of Gyeonggi Province, Lee Jae-myung, the mayor of Ansan, Yoon Hwa-sup, and the co-CEO of Kakao,Yeo Min-soo, attended the signing ceremony. ▲Source: Real-time social broadcast LIVE According to the agreement, Kakao will spend 400 billion won on the project to build a data center and industry-academic cooperation facility on 18,383 square meters of land around Hanyang University's ERICA campus. The construction design will be completed in the second half of this year, and after adminstrative procedures, such as building permits, contracts and construction will be carried out in 2021 with a completion aim in 2023. The data center will be built on the site of the Campus Innovation Park Urban High-tech Industrial Complex, which was selected as a pilot project implemented by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the Ministry of SMEs and Startups, and the Ministry of Education as a national project last year. ▲Campus Innovation Park HUB ▲Bird's-eye view of Campus Innovation Park The Kakao Data Center is hyper-scale enough to operate more than 100,000 servers, and can store 120,00 servers in the computer building. The amount of data that can be stored reaches 6 EB (exabytes), which is 310,000 times larger than the amount of information in the Library of Congress. Hanyang University's ERICA campus is planning to build a small-scale high-tech industrial complex, including the Kakao Data Center, as a base for regional innovation and growth. [Campus Innovation Park] A business run by The Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, and the Ministry of Small and Medium Venture Enterprises to promote the creation of innovative spaces that combine corporate housing facilities, startup support facilities, and housing and cultural facilities on unused sites on university campuses in order to create new jobs for high-quality young people. *News related to Campus Innovation Park - University Journal: http://www.dhnews.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=124490 - JoonbooIlbo: http://www.joongboo.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=1382740 Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 10

[Performance]2021 THE World University Rankings: Hanyang University maintains 351st - 400th place

The Times Higher Education (THE), a global university evaluation organization in the U.K., announced the 'THE World University Rankings 2021.' Hanyang University ranked among the 351 to 400, similar to the previous year. Among domestic universities, the rank fell one notch to 10th place. The year’s evaluation included the top 1,527 universities in 93 countries. According to the world rankings, Oxford University ranked first this year following last year, while Stanford University, which was fourth in the previous year, stepped up to second place, resulting in Caltech, which was second the previous year, to fourth place. Subsequently, the rank continued with Harvard University (3rd), MIT (5th), Cambridge University (6th), UC Berkeley (7th), Yale University (8th), Priston University (9th), and Imperial College London (10th), which is the same as the previous year except for some changes. ▲ National University Rankings In terms of domestic rankings, Seoul National University ranked 60th in the world, rising four steps to the previous year and become the nation's No. 1. The national top 10 rankings were followed by KAIST (96th), Sungkyunkwan University (101st), POSTECH (157th), Korea University (167th), Yonsei University (197th), UNIST (176th), Kyunghee University (251st to 300th), Sejong University (301st to 250th), and Hanyang University (351st to 400th). ▲ Hanyang University score by evaluation category (THE official homepage capture) Hanyang University has remained in the top 351-400 rankings since the start of the announcement in 2014. In detail, education environment received 40.1 points (39.1 points last year), research result received 40.8 points (40 points), paper citation counts received 42.3 points (44.1 points), industry-university cooperation received 97.6.1 points (86.1 points), and internationalization received 63.3.8 points (59.8 points), which all showed an increase compared to last year except the paper citation counts. Meanwhile, THE has been evaluating and announcing the competitiveness of world universities every year since 2004, unlike the QS evaluation, which is centered on reputation. The THE World University Evaluation mainly evaluated the paper citation index for the past five years. THE's assessment categories include five areas: ▲ Education-learning conditions (30%), ▲ research results (30%), ▲ research influence (number of citations per paper) (30%), ▲ internationalization (7.5%) and ▲industry-academic cooperation (2.5%). Here, educational conditions are divided into five indicators, research results into three, and internationalization into three indicators. If detailed indicators are taken into account, a total of 13 indicators are used to calculate the rankings. ▶ THE 2021 Go to the World University Rankings (click) ▶ THE 2021 Go to see the individual rankings and scores of Hanyang University in the World University Rankings (click) ▶ Read more about indicators and status in Hanyang Wiki (click) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-09 10

[General]The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Expanded its Business to Train Technology Management Professionals... Total of 25 Billion Won to be Provided to 11 Graduate Schools for 5 years

On August 31, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced that it will expand the project to train technical management professionals (Project to train professionals in convergence technology commercialization). From this year, a total of 11 graduate schools receive a total of 25 billion won for five years. This project is a program to train master and doctorate experts who apply and commercialize new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and big data into manufacturing industries. According to the Ministry of Industry and Energy, there are 7 technical graduate schools: Hanyang University, Korea University, Pukyong National University, Sogang University, Sungkyunkwan University, Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology and Hoseo University. For graduate schools, there are 4 general graduate schools: Kyungpook National University, Kyungsang National University, Chungbuk National University, and Chonbuk National University. Gyeongsang National University and Chonbuk National University were newly added into the project. Gyeongsang National University and Chonbuk National University, which have been newly selected, plan to intensively train working individual through industry-academic cooperation projects in cooperation with regional specialized industries. Management of Technology (MOT) completed the professional training project,phase 1, and is planning to carry out phase 2 from this year. The "project to train professionals in convergence technology commercialization" will provide 25 billion won to 11 graduate schools for five years, from this year to 2024. Meanwhile, Hanyang University's Graduate School of Technology & Innovation Management has selected and educated 55 master's and doctorate degree students every year since 2011 with the aim to foster "creative and innovative talents with change-driven leadership and practical solutions." Hanyang University has the largest number of full-time faculty (14) out of 20 graduate schools in Korea that have opened related degree courses, and also has a large number (11) of competent industry-related faculty members, leading domestic technology management education and research. Hanyang University operates a systematic education programs by dividing tecnology management into 3 parts: Technology Innovation, Technology Design and Technology Commercialization. To be on par with the 4th Industrial Revolution and Artificial Intelligence (AI), Hanyang University has been training technology executives who will lead artificial intelligence and data science through the D.MOT (Digital & Data Driven MOT) initiative from 2018. ▶Check the keyword [[Graduate School of Technology & Innovation Management]] in Hanyang Wiki Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin

2020-09 10

[Admission ]Seong-dong gu Holds 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' at Hanyang University

Hanyang University is participating at Seong-dong gu's 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' that will be held on September 3rd. Seong-dong gu announced on the 30th that they will hold the even in a drive-in form, considering the COVID-19 epidemic. The Salgogee park, the place where the briefing will be held, is capable of having 200 vehicles parked. In the first part of the briefing, the director of 'The Giant's Shoulder Education Center' Kim Hyung-ill will introduce the university entrance strategy on '2021 University Entrance Preparation'. In the second part of the briefing, a university introduction with the admission officers of Hanyang University will be held. The documents for the briefing will be held out to the participants remaining in their vehicles, along with the body temperature checking. Also, creating the entrance log will be replaced with the vehicle numbers. The passengers within their vehicles should wear masks when going outside of the vehicle or opening up the window, while checking on body temperature and usage of hand sanitizer will also be done. Students and parents that are interested in the briefing can register for the event until September 3rd at the website of Seong-dong du. More detailed information can be checked on the website. ▲Seong-dong gu 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 10

[Event]Hanyang University Holds 'JOB Discovery Festival'

Hanyang University is holding untact job fair, 'JOB Discovery Festival' starting from August 31st to 29th of the next month. On the 31st, Hanyang University announced that it will hold a job fair with the cooperation with 'Catch', an employment portal, which will be held online. While many kinds of university events are being canceled due to the aftereffect of COVID-19, this job fair will be operated online starting from one-on-multiple video consulting to employment consulting. The job fair has secured the participation list of conglomerates such as SK, Lotte, LS, GS, and Hyundai Card. The fair will consist of programs such as △‘Live employment consulting according to the company' △'One-on-multiple consulting' with HR manager/current employee △'Employment Consulting Board' for posting Q&A within 24 hours and △‘Company PR Booth'. Current students and graduates wishing to participate in the job fair can join the fair through the registration website. Kim Sung-soo, head of the Hanyang University Global Career Development Center mentioned that "as the job market is declining due to COVID-19, we planned for an online job fair to support students that are looking for a job" and added that "live job consulting with the managers of the companies will provide great help to the students." Meanwhile, the number of universities holding an online job fair is increasing following Hanyang University, such as Korea University, Sungkyunkwan University, and Yonsei University. ▲Website of 2020 Hanyang University untact JOB Discovery Festival Go straight to 2020 Hanyang University untact JOB Discovery Festival▶ Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Won-young

2020-09 10

[Student]Seol Cho-eun and Lee Soo-jin receive fourth prize on the Remote Learning UCC Contest

Hanyang University's Division of Economics and Finance students Seol Cho-eun and Lee Soo-jin received the fouth prize on the Remote Learning UCC Contest in August 20th. The Korean Council for University Education (hereinafter the Council) announced the contest result of the '2020 Spring semester outstanding self-directed learning ability development experiences UCC contest' on the 20th and disclosed the award-winning works on the Council's official Youtube channel University Where TV. This contest was designed to discover and share outstanding cases of students' know-how on online lecture usage or cases of learning ability development in order to spend the rest of the university years using time efficiently and prepare for future pandemic situations. In the contest, there were diverse works with different ideas such as the best cases of △online lecture usage, △learning ability development through online education, △improving one's self-directed learning ability, △experiences of obtaining expert knowledge through non-face-to-face learning periods , △receiving certificates outside academic fields, and △hobbies and self-development. After the evaluation, one first prize, one second prize, six third prizes, and 10 fourth prizes, comprised a total of 18 works that were awarded and given incentives. Students Seol Cho-eun and Lee Soo-jin each received awards for their videos titled, 'Studying Myself' and 'Wise Online Lecture Life.' A faculty of the Council said, “We are planning to give opportunities to create a right university culture by students spreading their diverse ideas and healthy thoughts inside the university society” and that “Through this, we hope students get courage and strength to go out into society.” ▶ Click to seek the keyword on Hanyang Wiki: Student Awards ▼ Watch videos (Student Seol Cho-eun) ▼ Watch videos (Student Lee Soo-jin) Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Park Gyeong-min

2020-09 10

[General]Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs - Hanyang University Establishes a Contract Department called "Functional Food"...Class Begins on September 1st

The Department of Functional Food was newly opened at Hanyang University's Seoul Campus to train professionals in the field of functional food. On the 31st, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced that the Department of Functional Food, a master's degree course for students in functional food sector, will begin classes on September 1st. However, the ministry decided to carry out the courses online due to COVID-19 pandemic. The contract department is a system in which industrial bodies and educational institutions make mutual agreement and provide specialized education required by industries. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs selected Hanyang University and Korea University as the two operating institutions after evaluating their institutional capabilities, educational performance conditions and operation plans. Hanyang University opened this new department as Functional Food while Korea University opened a new department named Functional Food Science. Korea University has also completed recruiting trainees. For the first batch, each University selected 20 trainees with bachelor's degree who worked for more than 10 months at small and medium-sized companies related to functional food in consideration of their competence, status and type of business. As a result, out of a total of 35 companies that participated, 78% were small medium-sized companies, 55% were those who worked for less than 5 years and 45% were female trainees. 65% of graduate tuition fees will be supported to trainees for 2 years and Research and Development tasks will be carried out to solve the technology with difficulty in the corporate field. After completing 24 credits for two years, if the trainees submit a dissertation or capstone design results, they will be awarded a degree of Master of Science. After graduation, the trainee will be required to work at a company for more than 1 year before serving as an expert in all functional food field, including manufacturing and evaluation. An official from the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs said "With the spread of corona 19, interest in functional foods related to immune system improvement has been increasing," adding, "We will open two new contract departments related to future innovative foods such as elderly-friendly food and Medi Food next year to help train more core human resources in the future promising food sector." ▶See the keyword in Hanyang Wiki (Click): Department of Functional Food, Contract Department Global News Team global@hanyang.ac.kr Translation by: Lee Hee-jin