SUNY Korea leads the future of higher education

[Korea Herald] SUNY Korea establishes development advisory committee

Press Releaseㅣ2018-05-30 14:31

The State University of New York, Korea established a development advisory committee to make improvements as a leading institution in the age of the “fourth industrial revolution,” the school said Thursday.


The 13-member Development Advisory Committee led by former Health and Welfare Minister Lim Chae-min, aims to lay the groundwork for SUNY Korea to become the first US university in Korea to lead in innovative education for Asia, the school said.


“I am glad to take part in this group for SUNY Korea, which is offering a new paradigm of university education. As the committee chief, I will do my best for the school’s continued development and enhancement,” said Lim, the newly appointed chief, in the opening ceremony Tuesday.


The members of the committee include former Minister of Science and Technology Oh Myung, former lawmaker Yu Pil-woo, Sohn Wook, a former head of the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and experts from all social sectors, the school said.


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Source: Korea Herald / May 10, 2018