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Take the Challenge! Project Semester Results Presentation Held

  • 2020-01-21
  • 홍보기금팀
  • HIT126
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<Take the Challenge! Project Semester Results Presentation Held>


On December 23rd the ‘Take the Challenge! Project Semester’ results presentation took place in Korea University Sejong Campus’s Nong Shim Hall. The ‘Take the Challenge! Project Semester,’ which started in the 2019 second semester, is a system in which 9 to 15 credits are given to students who plan projects and then follow through with those projects to completion. This semester, 10 projects were chosen, and 10 teams presented the results of their projects.




 Education Commissioner Kim Myeong Seop who participated in the presentation said, “I am very happy to open the results presentation event today. This day is very important because the students will demonstrate the amazing results of their projects that they have undertaken this semester. I hope that in successfully wrapping up today’s event, more students are encouraged to participate and create their own self-development projects.” After the opening address, many presentations were given on topics ranging from a 3D paper printer to customers’ dissatisfaction with insurance.

 

The ‘Take the Challenge! Project Semester’ is an educational option that allows students to choose a topic of interest to them and undertake projects that are creative, but related to their majors, instead of attending a normal range of lectures. Participation can be done alone or with a team of up to 3 people, and participants can ask a specific professor to supervise them throughout the project.


KU Sejong Student PR Team, KUS-ON

Student Reporter: Park Inhye

Photographer: Park Inhye

Translator: Kang Minho

Editor: Conrad Brubacher

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