On March 23rd, the Ability Reinforcement Program for incoming faculty was opened in the New Bauer Hall. This program is based on the education of essential abilities for the newly appointed faculty members and is supported by the Center for Teaching & Learning at KMU. The ability reinforcement has been operating since 2015 and was implemented for the first time at KMU among all universities in Korea. Through the Ability Reinforcement Program for incoming faculty, all faculty members will work to improve the satisfaction of students as well as the quality of education in KMU. Jang Han-yi KMG Re
The education for students’ group activity was held on March 14th in Bauer Hall. This education aims at safety education and prevention of human rights abuse for students who belong to student groups without a professor in charge, such as student council and clubs. This training was prepared to lead students to wholesome school group activity. The attendees included not only students but school personnel who directly deal with students. Professor Kim Hijung from Human Rights Counseling Center shared this with the attendees, “Listen carefully to this lesson and practice these well. Always look…
The Academic Affairs Office of Keimyung University announced that the electronic attendance system will be mandatory from March of this year. Keimyung University implemented the electronic attendance system in the second semester of 2017 when it was still okay for student attendance records to be recorded by hand. However, as of March, every class has to record student attendance through the electronic system on the mobile app or PC. This will help to reduce complaints about keeping the roll book and to improve the efficiency of notifying who is not coming to class. Seo Sang-ah KMG Reporterssa
The 2018 College of Nursing Nightingale Pledge Ceremony was held at Johnson Hall on March 9th, 2018. It is a ritual performed by the third year nursing students who have completed two years of basic nursing education. The Nightingale Pledge has been made in the USA since 1893. It is a ceremony where Nursing students pledge nursing ethics and nursing principles, and on that day, students lit candles promising to do their best in nursing. They keep the nightingale spirit in mind before doing practice. The Nightingale Pledge includes a commitment to look after patients and continue the nightingal
Keimyung Humanities Capability Reinforcement Business Organization announced on January 19th that they had recently signed a cooperation agreement for practical training abroad with the local travel agency ‘Adstra Tour’ at the office of Adstra Tour in Mexico. In the agreement, Adstra Tour announced they would actively cooperate in running an overseas field practice program to strengthen the vocational ability of the students from Humanities International University at KMU. In particular, they will drive practical training programs abroad in Latin America from 2018. A total of 9 students are pa
Free Spanish lectures were from January 2nd to 19th hosted by the Core Project for students who want to start studying Spanish for the first time. There were more than 3 courses provided, and every class was provided for 3 weeks over the winter vacation. One course was for beginners who wanted to begin with grammar, and another was for students who wanted to begin with conversation this class was taught by a foreign professor. The final course was for students who want to take a Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language, also known as DELE, and it was available to any student who belongs to the
Keimyunggeukuhoe, a Keimyung theater group, was invited from the National Student Theater Festival of Japan. They participated in the festival from Feb. 24 to Feb. 27 watching the students’ plays, and on Feb 26, they performed their own play named ‘A Life Thief’. The story is about the ‘Life of Two Thieves’ who rob each other’s life by robbing each other’s stuff. After watching the Japanese plays and performing their own play, the Keimyung students gathered with the local students and had a celebration. The group returned from Japan on Feb 27.
A special exhibition of Bronze Age artifacts from Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do is being held until March 31st in Hengso Museum. This exhibition is based on a 10-year excavation and investigation by The Samhan Institute of Cultural Properties. There are many relics such as earthenware, stone blades, stone axes and pictures explaining where these relics are from.This exhibition is a good chance to see the process of development and decline of the Bronze Age in Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do. Visitors are welcome to visit museum every day except Sunday, between 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jang Han-yi KMG Reporte