KMU held the 121st Keimyung Women’s Studies Seminar in Uiyang Hall on November 21st, 2017. The seminar was hosted by the Graduate School of Policy and The Institute for Women's Studies. The topic of the women’s studies seminar is a human understanding of philosophical counseling for female client-centered therapy. This topic begins by expressing the critical awareness that female client-centered therapy should be based on human understanding about the concrete suffering of women from the point of view of philosophical counseling. The 121st Keimyung Women’s Studies Seminar was the last seminar…
Old bible exhibition was held from October 30th to November 10th at Dongsan library archives the 7th floor. KMU held this exhibition that was one of the events celebrating quincentenary of the Reformation. Dongsan library exhibited 30 rare bibles and books about the Reformation. For exampe, including domestic data of 'the New Testament', 'Jesus Mission Testament', there were inaccessible data of 'Italian Bible', 'Luther German Bible' published overseas. Audience could see this exhibition on free from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Friday. Kim Hyo-eon KMG Cub Reporterye5194@stu.kmu.ac.kr
To celebrate Jane Austen, a celebrated author who is as popular as Shakespeare despite only publishing 8 works, a lecture was offered on October 24th. Professor Yeong-sun Won from Seoul Woman’s University gave a lecture on Jane Austen’s introduction to love affairs through her literature, Pride and prejudice. Also, through a Q&A session, she resolved misunderstandings about Jane Austen. The lecture was hosted by the Core project team and the Department of English Language and Literature to mark the 200th anniversary of her death. Prof. Won gave a talk about Austin's life and a view her of work
On October 13th, the ambassador of Colombia visited Keimyung University and met KMU students who attended his lecture. The lecture was for about an hour and the ambassador introduced Colombia and expressed an expectation of the development of relationships between Korea and Colombia. There were some quizzes and a Q&A session so that students could participate in the lecture. Colombia was the only country from South America which helped Korea during the Korean War and KMU also has a special relationship with Colombia. Last year, KMU made donations for flood damage restoration and has twinning r
From the 25th to 26th of September, the Whole Club Union festival was held. Various clubs from KMU prepared taverns and events in front of Bauer Hall and in minor ground to advertise their club’s activities. To celebrate the festival, the band club performed on the 25th, and also rapper Woo Won-Jae came to celebrate with a performance on the 26th.Though many clubs and students participated, the minor ground felt a little empty. More promotions and more interests are needed to attract more people and to makemore fun festival which will the goal for the next festival.
KMU has decided to proceed with a Mutual Exchange Program of Humanities Lectures with Dong-A University and Hanyang University to vitalize the field of the humanities. The Mutual Exchange Program, which is based on the CORE program from the three universities, was carried forward through an agreement last August, and the first exchange lecture will be on September 15th with others continuing until December for a total of four scheduled exchange lectures. These three universities participating in the Mutual Exchange Program for the first time this year are going to expand lectures to local resi
Keimyung University student Hye-Ryung Choi was selected for a government sponsored exchange program by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Ports, Science and Technology (MEXT). Hye-ryung, who is majoring in Japanese Language and Literature, will leave to Japan this October where she will study at Okinawa Ryuku University for one year. She will enjoy some benefits such as tuition exemption, receive a free return flight ticket and a scholarship every month of about 1.2 million Korean won. The selection process for this program required that each university recommended students, and MEXT then sel
From August 22nd to August 23rd, the CORE project group in KMU carried out the Humanities Integrated Enterprise Inquiry in Jeju. The group went to the head office of KAKAO, the NEXON Computer Museum, the Lee Jung Seop Art Museum and International Convention Center Jeju. Through this curriculum, students could learn knowledge of the humanities as well as the characteristics that companies usually want in their employees.One of the important results of this inquiry is that the CORE project group accomplished the conclusion of an agreement of mutual exchange and support with Jeju Oceansuites Hote