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New Year's Greeting Ceremony Held on January 2nd​
View : 6269 Date : 2014-01-07 Writer : ed_news

The year 2014 is the Year of the Wooden Horse in Chinese astrology: A dynamic (Horse) and prosperous (Wood)   New Year to all at KAIST!      
President Steve Kang hosted a New Year’s greeting ceremony on January 2 nd   at an auditorium on campus and gave a keynote speech on major administrative policies and academic programs to take effect for the year 2014. K-Valley and End-Run projects, as well as a review of efforts to decentralize the academic system in order to grant colleges and departments more autonomy in their operation of education and research programs were among the few discussed.

The K-Valley project will help KAIST and its neighboring research complex, the Daedeok Innopolis, build a leading multi-layered, innovative cluster of startups and new businesses in Korea through close collaborations among university, research institutes, and industry. The End-Run is a project to attract global investors and companies to Korea that will capitalize on the highest quality talents and technologies developed by KAIST.

President Steve Kang said that he would continue the last year’s campaign to make the campus “happier” throughout this year, encouraging members of the KAIST community to trust and respect and communicate better with each other. 

   

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