- College of Humanities CORE Program News for December 10th, 2018
- Date2018-12-10 17:07:51
College of Humanities CORE Program News for December 10, 2018
** Weekly or Biweekly Newsletter for Professors at the College of Humanities
1. Within the week, we will be sending two copies of compilation booklets of the prize-winning works from the CORE essay contest to each department. The compilations include the works of enrolled students at SNU who received the grand prize and participation prize. We ask for your interest in and encouragement of this future generation of scholars.
A. Grand Prize: Department of Philosophy CORE bachelor’s student Hyeon-seo Kim (Classics and Philology Interdisciplinary Major)
<My 『Odysseia』: Journey to Choose the Path of a Classics Researcher>
B. Participation Prize: Department of Philosophy CORE bachelor’s student Sun-a Hong (Classics and Philology Interdisciplinary Major)
<Setting One's Own Scholarly Stage>
2. The 2018 winter IntergratedㆍInterdisciplinary Majors’ overseas on-site education (Italy) is detailed below.
A. Supervising Major: Classics and Philology Interdisciplinary Major
B. Target Applicants: students from departments participating in the CORE Project and undergraduate students in the CORE IntergratedㆍInterdisciplinary Major
C. On-site Education Period: Friday, January 25, 2019 - Monday, February 4, 2019 (9 nights 11 days)
D. Location for On-site Education: Italy (Sicily-Rome-Siena-Firenze)
E. Application Period: Friday, November 30, 2018 ~ 5:00 PM Wednesday, December 5, 2018
F. Number of People Selected: about 20 (including tour guide)
G. Bidding process for selection of service company for the on-site education: Monday, December 10 ~ Thursday, December 20, 2018
3. 2019 CORE conferences are open. We ask for your support in giving students who have received various funding from the CORE Project the opportunity to share their academic achievements.
A. Target: enrolled undergraduate·masters humanities students
B. Meeting Date (Intended): Thursday, January 10, 2019
C. Meeting Place (Intended): Humanities Building 14 Room #B101
D. Registration for Presentation: Wednesday, December 3 ~ Friday, December 14, 2018
E. Announcement of Presenters: Wednesday, December 19, 2018
4. As a part of future planning and education for enrolled students in humanities, the 2018 CORE winter domestic internships support project will progress as detailed below.
A. Target for Application: enrolled students in Humanities and enrolled students in CORE related IntergratedㆍInterdisciplinary Majors
B. Work Period: Wednesday, January 2, 2019 ~ Thursday, February 28, 2019 (two months, time period may vary for each organization):
C. Available Organizations and Number of Positions: about 20 positions among 8 Organizations
- Sebashi Co. Ltd.
- Onyul Association Inc.
- Selim Intellectual Property Law Firm
- Soo-min Kim’s Office (Bareunmirae Party, proportional representative in the national assembly)
- Hye-ryun Back (Democratic Party of Korea, Gyeonggi-do Suwon Eul representative in the national assembly)
- Prain Global
- SangAm Communications, Inc.
D. Support Fund: 800,000/month
5. The interdisciplinary major Data Science in the Humanities will have their presentations for graduation as detailed below.
A. Date and time: 5:00 PM Tuesday, December 11
B. Place: Building 14 Room #204
- Kim, Gyuhyeong (Linguistics Department) 5:00 - 5:30
<Machine Learning based categorization and prediction model for legal case notes> (Academic Advisor: You, Hyun-jo)
- Shim, Yurim (Linguistics Department) 5:30 - 6:00
<An Experimental Study of the Use of Prosody to Resolve Sentence Ambiguity> (Academic Advisor: Lee, Ho-young)
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