The 2016 UNIST Humanities Festival for Science & Engineering Students
On July 20, UNIST has launched an ambitious three-day workshop to bring new ideas and engaging conversation to the campus with a festival of humanities, presented by internationally renowned experts, artists, and intellectual innovators. Th... Read More
Partnership to advance nuclear technology to meet future energy needs.
On June 24, UNIST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Korea Electric Power Corporation Engineering & Construction Company (KEPCO E&C) to collaborate on and support nuclear energy research and development in areas of nucl... Read More
"Music, not a talent to be developed, but a gift to be shared."
Music is not a talent to be developed, but a gift to be shared. The UNIST Symphony Orchestra (UNISTra) has been sharing the joy of orchestral music for a variety of audiences. This professional 20-member orchestra offered their musical tale... Read More
Promoting cultural diversity and a society where Koreans and expatriates in the country respect each other.
Congratulatory telegrams are pouring in at the news of international students at UNIST winning several prizes in a singing contest, titled ‘Rainbow Singing Competition’. Under the slogan, “Vibrant Korea Growing with Immigrants,”... Read More
Public institutions' auditors promise to improve integrity in the workplace.
On May 24th, 2016, the local auditors in public institutions have gathered at UNIST to discuss ways to improve integrity in the workplace. Organized by Auditor Sung Euk Lee of UNIST, the meeting for Ulsan Region Public Institutions Audit Co... Read More
UNIST to Adopt KeduX Platform to build stronger open education platform.
On the afternoon of May 24, 2016, UNIST held a training program for the users of the KeduX, inviting 40 educational experts and professors in South Korea. Founded by the UNIST Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), KeduX is focused on tran... Read More
Bringing new life to local areas with images that reflect the community's culture.
A group of UNIST students have gathered to share an artistic endeavor with the community in a remote area of Ulsan. They volunteered their time to give a mural on the old walls of GongChon Village a fresh look with a fresh coat of paint. Th... Read More
Ceremonial funeral hall to be in the West Ulsan Boram Hospital, Ulsan.
Mourners flowed in and out all day at the ceremonial funeral hall has been set up in the West Ulsan Boram Hospital where YeomCheong Monk, the founder of Gonamsa Temple passed away at the age of 80. On behald of the entire UNIST community, P... Read More
Better work and employment opportunities created for people with disabilities.
On the morning of March 3, UNIST and Korea Employment Agency for the Disabled (KEAD) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), creating partnership to promote skills development and employment opportunities for people with disabilities. I... Read More
Sharing your talents and making a difference in your community.
Giving can be as simple as giving joy to others—the UNIST theater club, NEST (Never Ending Story) uses music to communicate with community and the world around them. Instead of working exclusively in studios, students in NEST have been cont... Read More