Ownership is selected as Yeungnam University’s theme in 2015, meaning that all students should be conscious of it. For this reason, YU held an annual campaign slogan contest of 2015, targeting the faculty, students, and people who love YU. This was held through YU’s official page in Facebook or Inst
It is within reason to say that the NY Times is just like the living bible to an advanced student of English; there is no equal competitor to the NY Times when maintaining an honorable reputation as a
Recently, people are growing more and more interested in what a PD (Program Director) does. PD is becoming increasingly popular as a career choice. That leads to the questions, “What does it take to become a PD?” and “How does a PD configure programs?” In order to answer these questions, I met Jin-Ho Huh, a PD who graduated from Yeungnam University and is working at Yeouido MBC.
Ik-Sun Hwang (42), Senior Triple Major: Regional Development and Welfare Administration, Psychology, and Business Q) Why did you decide to start university study at your age?A) I started to think I wa
YNO suggested a campaign of posting a slogan about using handkerchiefs instead of hand-dryers as a part of endeavors to make a more eco-friendly campus. Giving life to the suggestion, YU Press carried out a handkerchief distribution campaign at the Central Library and the Science Library. We distributed handkerchiefs to students who had signed on for the Eco-Campus Campaign, and a number of students joined in with their full attention. We hope making a more eco-friendly campus campaign will be invigorated by students' attention, participation and practicality.
In order to make YU an eco-friendly campus and improve it, the "Eco-Campus" section was created last edition. YNO presented little things that can be put into practice if students just pay attention to them. Some suggestions included using both sides of a piece of paper, having interest in CO2 emissions, turning off the lights in empty lecture rooms, and saving tissues in the toilet. As presented in the last edition, YNO is trying to start a campaign of using handkerchiefs instead of tissues as a first suggestion. We hope we can see a remarkably changed campus through applying small practices.
Many university campuses use air conditioning, heating, and electricity. As a result of this consumption, universities have become some of the largest users of electricity. For this reason we want to make Yeungnam University an environmentally friendly campus and hope to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and electricity consumption. In order to achieve these goals we do not need a grand plan, but we need to pay attention to the little things. Above all, we have to change our recognition. Many students think being an eco-campus is not a big deal. The cost of air conditioning, heating, and electricity are paid for by the students. It does not seem to matter that we use so much electricity. Therefore, The Yeungnam Observer want to introduce an easy Eco-Campus Campaign to the students in 2010.
The Pleasure of Teaching The TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea) program is sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. The people who participate in this program work as Presid