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2017년 10월 30일 (월) 14:15:22 GLOBE globe@jbnu.ac.kr

 

 

In celebration of its 70th anniversary, with local residents, CBNU held interesting events which looked back on educational and cultural activities of the past. Furthermore, CBNU sought its own value for sustainable growth and global stature. All these efforts will lead to CBNU, students, and local residents communicating together.

Had it not been for local residents’ help, CBNU would not have developed like it has now. They always had affection for CBNU and contributed to a better educational environment for CBNU. The first theme of the 70th anniversary is “Growth with Local Residents.” Please celebrate the 70th anniversary with local residents!


New CBNU, New Emblem and Catchphrase

   

Last year, CBNU had a contest nationally for a new emblem and catchphrase. The 70th anniversary and future vision of CBNU were to be presented in the new emblem and catchphrase. More than 600 residents and students applied for this, and, finally, a new one was selected. The new emblem embodies “70” in waves and sun. Furthermore, this harmony hopes for a mature future of dynamic CBNU. In particular, CBNU also made a modern UI. The new UI reflects seven aspects of CBNU: pursuing the summit, balance and harmony, challenge and adventure, sky and ground, studying, maturity, and being the best Korean university. CBNU will use the new modern UI as well as the existing UI. The existing one is used on school banners, certificates, and other materials which enhance CBNU’s position. Meanwhile, the modern UI will be used in promotional literature, souvenirs, and promoting CBNU.

Last year, CBNU had a contest nationally for a new emblem and catchphrase. The 70th anniversary and future vision of CBNU were to be presented in the new emblem and catchphrase. More than 600 residents and students applied for this, and, finally, a new one was selected. The new emblem embodies “70” in waves and sun. Furthermore, this harmony hopes for a mature future of dynamic CBNU. In particular, CBNU also made a modern UI. The new UI reflects seven aspects of CBNU: pursuing the summit, balance and harmony, challenge and adventure, sky and ground, studying, maturity, and being the best Korean university. CBNU will use the new modern UI as well as the existing UI. The existing one is used on school banners, certificates, and other materials which enhance CBNU’s position. Meanwhile, the modern UI will be used in promotional literature, souvenirs, and promoting CBNU.

 

CBNU Champions League with Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC


In September of this year, CBNU held the CBNU Champions League, which brought together domestic students, international students, and faculty members. Furthermore, the representative local football club, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, collaborated with CBNU and supported diverse football programs for local residents and students. Any students or faculty members could participate in this event and could make a team freely without sexual or positional limitation. Almost 30 teams and 600 players applied for the event and the round of 32 was held on September ninth. The final winner was the student team from the Department of Physical Education. Furthermore, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC held a free coaching program for students and faculty members. In the program, teams which got to the round of 8 could get professional teaching and make good memories with the players. At the same time, the first and second prize winners entered the opening game of the 2017 K League Classic with representative players.

   


CBNU Becomes One with Music, 70th Anniversary Concert


In September and October, the CBNU 70th anniversary concert, which featured “challenge and passion,” was held in Seoul and Jeonju. The first concert was in Seoul and performed traditional Korean music, choral music, and an opera adapted from representative writer Choi Myung-hee’s novel. On October 14th, the second concert was held, and the CBNU choir performed a school song a bit differently. Many Korean traditional singers also performed various songs. To encourage the union of graduates and alumni, all of the concerts were free.

   

 

CBNU Traces Legacy with Photos, 70th Anniversary Photo exhibition

   

Do you know the pond in front of the school museum or the beginning of CBNU? Until November third, you can feel the splendid history of CBNU at the School Museum, Central Library, and New Silk Road Center! CBNU’s 70th anniversary photo exhibition consists of four concepts: symbols, beginning, change, and future of CBNU. In the symbol section, you can find out why a leopard is the representative animal of CBNU or other symbols of CBNU. Meanwhile, in the “beginning” section, you can see the old parts of CBNU which have disappeared now like Myeongnyun School, the first school anniversary, and the original diploma. Furthermore, photos of historical buildings which no longer exist or the chronological campus development are exhibited. In the last section of the exhibition, you can imagine the dynamic future of CBNU. More interestingly, the former CBNU President Jang Myung-soo gave a lecture about the educational history of Korean universities and vision of CBNU in September. How about going to the CBNU 70th anniversary photo exhibition right now?

A worthy past leads to a gorgeous future. Following the adventure course will definitely bring us to maturity. CBNU does its best in accustoming students to related programs. In particular, they have chances to meet outstanding alumni and discuss common and personal futures in a warm atmosphere. The second theme of the 70th anniversary is the Opening of the New Silk Road, Future 100 Years of Maturity.

 


Ambassador of Adventure


CBNU KEDI (Keunsaram Educational Development Institute) selected outstanding students to participate in the Ambassador of Adventure program in September. Students who have adventurous ability were considered in each field. The selected ambassadors participate in “Adventure Talk Concerts” and adventure activities for one year. The students mainly get benefits like scholarships and participation in various foreign cultural events. Newly-selected ambassadors already conducted six adventure talk concerts and now plan continued talk concerts. CBNU students can apply for the talk concerts from the KEDI website and choose their favorite concert theme. In particular, CBNU President Lee Nam-ho encouraged them, “CBNU adventure ambassadors have a possibility to become useful people for the fourth industrial revolution. Furthermore, they have their own special life stories and these will lead other CBNU students to adventure more.”

 


CBNU Reading Golden Bell Competition


Reading is not only a simple way to explore something new, but also a way to broaden horizons and enrich vocabulary. CBNU KEDI held the “Reading Golden Bell Competition” to improve creative thinking skills through reading and the ability of active deep data processing. 300 students who had applied in various departments read eight books selected from CBNU’s Top 100 reading list, but only 90 of them competed in final round in October. The event became a meeting place for students to compete and find like-minded persons. However, the main benefit students received was the experience of reading deep inside and understanding the core of a book.

   

 


777 CBNU Heritage Made with International Students


The CBNU Center for International Student Services celebrated the 70th anniversary with an event for international students in October. In the photo exhibition, mixed teams of Korean and international students were designated to take pictures according to the themes and seven symbolic numbers of CBNU, which lead through the whole program. They searched for seven great CBNU members, seven wonderful CBNU views and enjoyed seven restaurants on the campus. Most of the program was orchestrated to help international students. International students got a chance to collaborate with Korean students, who help international students explore Korea inside CBNU.

 


Book Concert with Writer Gong Ji-young

   

A representative Korean female writer, Gong Ji-young, was invited to the Book Concert held by CORE in the beginning of October. In the book concert, poet Park Nam-jun and sociologist Lee Chong-min also had time to share personal opinions and discuss modern issues with CBNU students. In particular, the book concert was mixed with music and diverse performances to match the theme and help make a more active atmosphere. CBNU students could enhance their creativity and upgrade their ability to communicate with other. Furthermore, they could get into the habit of reading and have an opportunity to think more diversely.

 

 


Humanities Travel with Choi Myung-hee's Fire of Soul


In October, CBNU students had an opportunity to enjoy self-cure and lifelong happiness with the humanities. At the same time, they enhanced their creativity and humanistic vision. Choi Myung-hee is one of representative Korean female authors and an alumni of CBNU. In particular, her prominent saga, Fire of Soul, is about a Korean family during the Japanese Colonial Rule and is considered a literary classic. In humanities travel with Choi Myung-hee’s Fire of Soul, CBNU students discussed various humanistic parts which are exposed in her novel and cherished the momory of her at her memorial park in Jeonju. Furthermore, students visited Namwon and Hadong, which are the background of her novel, as well as other Korean literature. In this event, CBNU students could improve their humanistic thinking and feel the history of Korean modern literature.

   

 


Jeolla-do 1000th anniversary scientific conference


This upcoming December, the CBNU Museum is organizing a conference to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of Jeolla-do and the 70th anniversary of CBNU as well. In the conference, you can discover the greatness of the historic Jeolla Provincial Office and compare it with other UNESCO World Heritage. Furthermore, many experts from CBNU, the Academy of Korean Studies, and Seoul National University will discuss preservation and succession of traditional printed materials of Jeonju.

CBNU has made its way over a long and proud 70 years. CBNU students, alumni, faculty members, and local residents have made a more developed and mature CBNU today. In particular, they always stood by CBNU in joy and sorrow. For the 100-year future of a mature CBNU, CBNU will continue to make an effort. Please encourage and support each other for a more mature CBNU!

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