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Oct 09, 2016 SNU Business School Offers Dual Degree Programs at Prestigious Business Schools Worldwide SNU Business School Offers Dual Degree Programs at Prestigious Business Schools Worldwide In 2002, SNU Business School was the first business school in Korea to be accredited by the AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Sep 28, 2016 SNU Alumni Donates KRW 10 Billion to SNU SNU Alumni Donates KRW 10 Billion to SNU On September 19, it was announced that SHIN Seung Il, co-founder of the pharmaceutical company CELLTRION Inc. (founded in 2002), donated 10 billion won towards the Amgok Scholarship. Sep 27, 2016 I Hear Your Voice: IGSR's Audio-only Musical I Hear Your Voice: IGSR's Audio-only Musical SNU Institute for Global Social Responsibility (IGSR) is producing a musical starring 30 SNU students and 10 members from the Siloam Center for the Blind. Sep 27, 2016 New SNU Student Club ‘SNU Brew’ Gaining Popularity New SNU Student Club ‘SNU Brew’ Gaining Popularity Koreans have long carried a reputation of being heavy drinkers. But in recent years, heavy drinkers have shifted their attitudes from the “pour and chug” mentality to one of growing curiosity and sophistication about the alcohol they are consuming. Sep 25, 2016 SNU Addresses Special Admissions Student Marginalization SNU Addresses Special Admissions Student Marginalization On September 25, it was announced that the SNU Academic Affairs Office, Faculty of Liberal Education, Department of Admissions, and Center for Campus Life & Culture joined to create a comprehensive support system for students admitted under special admissions processes. Sep 22, 2016 SNU Brings Korean and Foreign Students Together to Celebrate Chuseok SNU Brings Korean and Foreign Students Together to Celebrate Chuseok With every September comes one of Korea’s most widely celebrated holidays, Chuseok, a holiday that is celebrated on the full harvest moon of the lunar calendar. Sep 20, 2016 Artspace Germany, SNU MoA’s Exhibition on Contemporary German Art Artspace Germany, SNU MoA’s Exhibition on Contemporary German Art The SNU Museum of Art (MoA) is currently holding its summer exhibition on German contemporary art. Organized in cooperation with IFA (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen; Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations) and Goethe-Institut Korea, “Artspace Germany” features 13 artists who have contributed to shaping contemporary German art. Sep 20, 2016 Chemist and Nobel Prize Winner Robert H. Grubbs to Join SNU Staff Chemist and Nobel Prize Winner Robert H. Grubbs to Join SNU Staff World-renowned professor and chemist Robert H. GRUBBS, currently the Victor and Elizabeth Atkins Professor of Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology, will be appointed Professor of Chemistry at SNU College of Natural Sciences. Sep 15, 2016 SNU Holds Career Fair SNU Holds Career Fair From September 6 to 7, SNU Career Development Center and SNU Alumni Association held the 13th annual Career Fair at the Student Lawn area in front of the Administration Building. Sep 15, 2016 SNU College of Engineering Receives Award for Suicide Prevention Class SNU College of Engineering Receives Award for Suicide Prevention Class The SNU College of Engineering recently received an award of recognition for a class that they developed on suicide prevention. Sep 13, 2016 SNU College of Medicine Teaches Hospital Infection Management SNU College of Medicine Teaches Hospital Infection Management From September 2 to 6, the SNU JW LEE Center for Global Medicine visited the university hospital of Kathmandu University Dhulikel to inspect the current status of hospital infection control and to hold a meeting with the staff afterwards to further develop programs dedicated to infection management. Sep 13, 2016 SNU Professor Finds Higher Risk of Cardiac Arrhythmia with Greater Diurnal Range SNU Professor Finds Higher Risk of Cardiac Arrhythmia with Greater Diurnal Range Professor KIM Ho (Graduate School of Public Health) found that there is a higher risk of cardiac arrhythmia when there is a greater diurnal range during the change of seasons.