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February 11, 2011

Sep 23, 2011

110 of SNU professors from the College of Humanities have decided to 'chip in' every month from their salaries to help out needy students.
Published in Chosun Ilbo

'Management Doctor', a consulting program which SNU College of Business Administration arranged with Gyeonggi-do for middle sized enterprises, received praise from participating firms.
Published in Donga Ilbo

With claims that a professor from the College of Music had habitually used physical violence on students for the last 10 years, school authorities have set out for investigation.
Broadcasted in MBC News 

PARK Jin-ho, SNU Professor of Family Medicine, stresses the importance of appropriate dosage even when it comes to vitamins.
Published in Hankook Ilbo

“SNU College of Medicine Philharmonic Orchestra,” a group founded in 1989 by graduates of SNU College of Medicine, will be holding a concert on February 12th titled “Hope Therapy for Patients.”
Published in Maeil Business Newspaper

The Korean Society of Consumer Studies will be holding its ‘Doctoral Consortium’ on February 11th at Hoam Convention Center on the topic of latest research trends in consumer studies.
Published in Hankook Ilbo

Although with a slight increase in registration rates, SNU is not an exception from the trend in avoiding studies in natural science and engineering.
Published in Hankyung

AHN Jae-Hwan, an alumnus of SNU College of Engineering, was appointed President of Ajou University.
Published in HanKyung

JEON Hyun-Soo, Professor of History at Kyungpook University, points out the possible flaws of the corporatization of national universities and expresses hopes for operational and financial cooperation between the government and universities to bring about a more flexible and effective academic environment.
Published in Seoul Shinmun

HA Young-Sun, SNU Professor of International Relations, speaks of the 3 events that presidential candidates should prepare for 2015, advising them not to get tied up only in the issues directly connected to winning the election.
Published in Chosun Ilbo

KU In-Hoe, SNU Professor of Social Welfare, expresses disappointment for the absence of welfare financing policies and the lack of political leadership to bring such policies.
Published in Hankyoreh

JUNG Oak-Ja, SNU Emeritus Professor of Korean History, stated her views on the restoration of cultural properties, especially, that the signboard of Gwanghwa-moon should be written in Chinese characters.
Published in Chosun Ilbo

Summarized by KIM Eun Young, SNU English Editor