1. One of the UOS students?work
2. UOS and German teams participate DAAD
3. A UOS student is having a presentation
4. A German student is explaining his work
5. The night view of Yongsan
6. One of the German students` work
G erman students and professors came to Seoul to hold a seminar on October 24 with UOS students from the Dept. of Urban Engineer-ing on how Yongsan could be developed after the U.S. Armed Forces move to Pyeongtaek from Yongsan. German team came from the University of Munster were accompanied by Prof.
Schemel who won an architectural design contest for the Paik Nam-jun Museum. Two days later, the UOS & Munster Joint Seminar was held in Baebong Hall. Two UOS teams and six Munster teams prepared presentations on possible development opportunities for Yongsan.
UOS teams started first. Presenter Park Nam-seong laid emphasis on the view from Yongsan riverside to Namsan Tower. The next presenter, Kim Do-hun, regarded Yongsan as a historical place. He emphasized that Yongsan should be developed based on the existing structures rather than entirely redeveloping the area.
German students gave their presentations in series on: `Green Den- sityision 2015, Cultural City ban Genetics eaching for Seoul rban Spots and rban Void.
They emphasized the environment and culture of Yongsan and their power point was simple and clear. erman students impressed UOS students with their logical theory. I want UOS students to learn from this experience.?said Kang Dong-wan, a manager of Samwoo Construction, famous for constructing the Paik Nam-jun museum. Kim Do-hun, a UOS student, said 밎erman students are more proficient in English than UOS students. I feel the need to study hard.
After the Joint Seminar, German and UOS students participated in the DAAD Alumni-Seminar held in the Grand Hyatt Hotel on October 31. DAAD is a German organization with which foreign students can study in Germany for free by receiving scholarships from the German government.
want our students to get lots of information about DAAD.?said Prof. Kim Ki-ho.
`New knowledge leads the world into the future and creates wealth.said Alvin Toffler in Revolutionary Wealth. Knowledge is an important thing.
Students should open up their mind and learn to adapt their knowledge to the real world. Holding a seminar with the University of Munster was one way to learn and be challenged. UOS needs to expand its scholarship exchange program with foreign universities to make the leap to becoming a global university.
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