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

  • February 7, 2011

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LEE Ki Young, SNU Professor of Graduate School of Public Health, and his team found out that screens set up for non-smokers were in fact useless. Study results showed that the level of dust concentration were almost the same in both smoking and non-smoking areas. Professor LEE insisted strict measures should be taken other than merely separating smokers from non-smokers or enhancing ventilation to prevent second-hand smoking.
-Published in Hankook Ilbo

OH Se Jung, former SNU Professor of Physics, has been inaugurated as the CEO of the National Research Foundation of Korea. OH said in his interview that he will mainly focus on supporting young researchers.
-Published in Hankyoreh 

PARK Min Seon, Professor of Family Medicine at SNU hospital, and her team found out that women of normal weight and BMI (Body Mass Index) were susceptible to metabolic syndrome when the intake of carbohydrate is high and protein low.
-Published in Seoul Shinmun

MIN Dong-pil, SNU Professor of Physics, showed his concern regarding the ever-delayed construction of the international science-business belt. Professor MIN was the first to acknowledge the necessity of such site.
-Published in DongA Ilbo

Woori Bank announced that it will expand its service of paying tuition via credit card, including SNU.
-Published in Money Today

KIM Philip, SNU graduate and currently a Professor of Applied Physics at Columbia University, said in his interview that basic science should be recognized as an equivalent to “culture” and the government should act out to attract the young generation into the science field.
-Published in Seoul Economy

JANG Gyung-ryul, SNU Professor of English Language and Literature, in his comment on 2011 Chosun Ilbo Fantasy Literature Awards said a serious study on Korea’s culture is a prerequisite to write a creative, genuine Korean fantasy literature
-Published in Chosun Ilbo

YOON Young-kwan, SNU Professor of International Relations, wrote a column saying the key to solving Korea’s security issues at hand is an accurate analysis of the relationship between China and the U.S.
-Published in Chosun Ilbo

LEE In Ho, SNU Professor of Economics, wrote a column saying welfare policy based on “kindness”, mainly performed via free give-outs, is not the answer to current social issues. Professor LEE said the focus should be on how to build a well-integrated community.
-Published in Hankook Ilbo 

KIM Byung Jong, SNU Professor of Oriental Arts, wrote a column about the Creativity School located in Gyeonggi-do. Professor KIM expected the School had the potential to produce outstanding figures like Mark Zuckerberg.
-Published in Maeil Business Newspaper 

ROH Jae Sun, SNU Professor of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, said in his column that the revised bill concerning the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation’s business structure should be approved as soon as possible.
-Published in DongA Ilbo

KWON Yong Jin, Professor of SNU Hospital, wrote in his column that consumers should be able to buy non-prescription medicines in convenience stores or supermarkets. Professor KWON also said the government should think what is really beneficial for the people besides the rights of pharmacists.
-Published in Hankyoreh

Summarized by LEE Ye Ha, SNU English Editor
February 8, 2011
February 1, 2011