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“I want to make an environment where a young graduate’s donation is considered natural” – Han Jeongs

“I want to make an environment where a young graduate’s donation is considered natural” – Han Jeongsoo (Business ’11) Alumnus Interview   Alumnus Han Jeongsoo (Business ‘11) donated ten million won as the KUBS scholarship. We listened to his story through a written interview which was done after the donation ceremony held on August 3rd (Tue) at the Dean’s office.     (From the left) Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Dr. Chun, Jae Uk, Associate Dean for Planning and Budget Dr. Hwang, Joon Ho, Alumni Han Jeongsoo(Business ‘11), Dean of KUBS Dr. Bae, Johngseok   Q. Please introduce yourself.   Hello, my name is Han Jeongsoo.   I entered Korea University Business School in 2011 and participated in the 44th KUBS Student Council. After graduation, I worked in the financial business industry. Currently, I set up a company which makes corporate investments and operates scholarship business etc.   As a hobby, I am sharing my thoughts and stories about investment through my Youtube channel ‘세상학개론’.   Q. As a student who entered KUBS in 2011, such a young alumnus’ donation is very impressive. It must have been a big decision for yourself, what made you decide on giving this donation?   To be honest, it is quite shameful to have an interview since there are many alumni who gave donations with bigger amounts.   Rather than having a special motive, I always wanted to become a cool senior who can give scholarship fees after graduating since I was able to persistently see the donating culture of my KUBS seniors.   As in my case, I thought that KUBS was more meaningful than any other donation charities since my donation could lead to donations from juniors in the future. In fact, even before this donation, I have been regularly donating 10,000 won per month since graduation. I couldn't afford to donate as much as I wanted when I just came out to the society, and instead wanted to donate continuously even if the amount was small.   I think I was able to make a donation that does not make myself ashamed after having some leisure in my life, although I still want to make more donations, and that is why I am inconvenienced.   My goal is to not give a one-time donation, but rather to steadily increase my donation for 27 years just like alumnus Kim Jeongho of 'Bear.Better.'   Q. Do you have any memorable episodes during your university life?   Since I double-majored computer engineering, I remember making myself have a hard time going back and forth the liberal arts and science campus to attend classes before graduation (laughter).   To pick one specific episode, I had a chance to participate at the ‘KUBS Night of Alumni’ event as a part-time worker. When I saw numerous admirable alumni during the event, I thought “When I grow up, I want to become a cool senior just like them”. It was a novel excitement looking at seniors who are actively devoting themselves in a bigger world than fellow students.   Afterwards, the nametags posted at places such classrooms, chairs, stairs etc. started to jump into my eyes. Starting from chairs, desks, and classrooms to a building named after one’s name, I wondered how successful I should be in order to make such donations and motivated myself.   Q. Lastly, do you have any words to say for your KUBS juniors?   I want to make an environment where a young graduate’s donation is considered very natural, rather than something novel.   I would like to become a cool senior who can help juniors dream of giving donations in the future

2021.08.18 Views 248

E-MBA ’16 donates 30 million won, “We determined to donate in order to give back the joy given from

E-MBA ’16 donates 30 million won, “We determined to donate in order to give back the joy given from the Business School…” On March 22nd, Executive MBA ‘16 (hereinafter referred to as E-MBA) of Korea University Business School (Dean = Dr. Bae, Johngseok) donated 30 million won as development funds of Business School. Previously, Park Joong-yang, president of the 16th E-MBA class alumni association, participated in the ‘E-MBA Alumni Association New Year’s Eve Night’ event and presented the development fund directly to the Business School.   The New Year’s Eve Night event was held at Ahn Young Il Hall, in the LG-POSCO Building on December 14th 2020. The event was attended by Dr. Bae, Johngseok, Dean of Business School, Chun, Jae Uk, Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs, and Yoo, Yong Keun, Associate Dean of MBA Programs, as well as the 16th E-MBA class alumni. Due to COVID-19, some of the alumni participated through a real-time conference room of Zoom.   Dr. Bae Johngseok, Dean of Business School, expressed his words of gratitude by saying "We will use the scholarships that have been delivered in a meaningful way for the development of E-MBA during the current difficult times", and said “Korea University MBA can stand firm in the rapidly changing situation and times thanks to all of you who have been with us” during his congratulatory speech on the ‘E-MBA Alumni New Year’s Eve Night’. Park Joong-yang, president of the 16th E-MBA class alumni association, also expressed his warm feelings toward his juniors through an interview. President Park said, "In the past, the school has developed through donations from alumni, and all of our alumni at Korea University have been able to devote ourselves to our studies in a good environment and take a step further”. He revealed the reason for the donation by saying, “The 16th E-MBA class alumni decided to give back the joy we received with thanks and determined to raise funds for the development of the Business School."   President Park remarked, "It was not easy to study while working, but it was a time of joy and happiness looking back after graduation" and added his words of advice, "I hope you build good relationships, develop every day, and live a pleasant life." He lastly thanked the alumni of 16th E-MBA class for raising the donation.   Meanwhile, development funds of Korea University Business School is the foothold of a widespread support for △student tuition fees and living expenses △research and academic seminars △construction and remodeling etc.   Article·Photo | Management Support Team

2021.04.26 Views 536

Alumna Jeon Yoon-ja (Commercial Science, 51st) , generously donated 2 hundred million … the endless

Alumna Jeon Yoon-ja (Commercial Science, 51st), generously donates 2 hundred million … the endless elder’s love of KUBS ‘Big Sis’   (Photo credit = KU Communication Team)   The first female student of KUBS, alumna Jeon Yoon-ja (Commercial Science, 51st) donated a scholarship of 2 hundred million won for the development of KUBS (Dean = Kim Jaewook) in August 2019. This donation is the ‘KUBS Jeon Yoon-ja Scholarship’ and will be used to help the academic pursuit of KUBS students.   Korea University held the donation ceremony on the 8th, 10 a.m. at the main building. This ceremony was also held together with the donation ceremony of alumna Jeong Shinsoon (Medical Science, 53rd)’s donation of one hundred million won as the ‘Medical Development Fund’. President Chung Jin Taek, Lee Kihyung (Associate Dean of College of Medicine), Kim Jaewook (Dean of KUBS), Song Hyuk-ki (Head of Development & External Affairs Office), Kim Joong Hyuk (Associate Dean of KUBS), Han Changsoo (Head of Medical Center Fund Business Headquarters), etc. also participated in the ceremony and expressed their gratitude for the warm heart of the two alumni. This is not the first time of her special support for the juniors. Alumna Jeon Yoon-ja has been donating more than 1.2 billion won to KUBS as ‘Construction Fund for the New Business Hall’, KUBS ‘Jeon Yoon-ja Scholarship’, and etc. for dozens of years. Watching such donations, alumna Jeong Shinsoon also started to participate in the small fixed-term donation ‘KU PRIDE CLUB’ for juniors and ultimately was able to participate in such a big donation of development funds by retracing her senior alumni. Alumna Jeon Yoon-ja feels extremely grateful about numerous female juniors who study business administration and perform actively in many parts of society as a female leader, unlike in the past. She said “I feel very proud to see my school develop where it has helped me achieve a lot of things.”, and spoke “I hope our fellow KUBS juniors love the school even more and become talents who can brighten both Korea University and the society by learning as much as possible and growing into themselves”.   (Photo credit = KU Communication Team)   President Chung Jin Taek said “The great heart of seniors who love the school as ever and support juniors’ dreams has been a great example to a lot of juniors”, and added his appreciation “We sincerely appreciate your precious mind and will make sure to deliver your devotion to the juniors”. Meanwhile, alumni Jeon Yoon-ja became the first female student of KUBS by entering the Commercial Science Department (51st) when it was unfamiliar for female students to enter college during the 1950s. She has been working in the financial industry over 50years, by starting off her career at the Bank of Korea after graduating in 1955. She also took role as the chief director of (former) Female Credit Association and adviser of KU Busan Alumni Association, together with alumna Jeong Shinsoon. The two alumni is giving full material and emotional support for juniors so that they can demonstrate their capabilities without constraints, since they have overcome so many difficulties as a female member of society earlier on.

2020.04.20 Views 858

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