On June 19, UNIST held a proclamation ceremony on anti-corruption and integrity.
The ceremony was attended by 200 faculty members, including President Mooyoung Jung of UNIST, Standing auditor Seung Eok Lee, key officials of UNIST, and faculty members.
At the ceremony, UNIST faculty members declared that they would observe the Code of Conduct as a public official and fulfill their duties in a fair manner and in any case will not take any unfair advantage in relation to their duties.
The proclamation ceremony was held in the order of opening address by President Mooyoung Jung and the oath of integrity and code of conduct statement by two faculty representatives (Professor Gangil Byun in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor Junghye Lee in the School of Business Administration).
The ceremony, which was held as part of the biennial UNIST Faculty Workshop, was designed to inform the will of anti-corruption practitioners and to build a culture of integrity by committing to uphold high standards of honesty and integrity at all times.
“To realize the goal of becoming world’s top 10 university, specialized in science and technology, it is important that we act with honesty and adhere to the highest standards of moral and ethical values and principles through our personal and professional behavior,” says President Jung. “Taking this opportunity, I hope all faculty members to have a stronger awareness of anti-corruption and integrity standards as they carry out their duties.”