According to the 2015 Anti-corruption Initiative Assessment, UNIST has been recently selected as the truly cleanest institute of integrity, taking the first place among the public organizations under the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP).
The 2015 Anti-corruption Initiative Assessment, which took place October, 2014 – September, 2015, was based on the performance evaluation of the integrity level of public organizations. The overall objectives of the assessment were to strengthen transparency and fairness in public institutions, as well as to encourage them to exert voluntary efforts against corruption.
On December 29, the Standing Auditor Chulsoo Koh of UNIST has been honored with a commendation from the MSIP for his dedicated efforts.
The Auditor Koh states,”This is such a great honor to all members of UNIST.” He continues, “We will keep trying hard to build UNIST, an institution without corruption.”