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The Role and Task of English Medium Instruction(EMI) for Educating Global Engineers (글로벌 공학인재 양성을 위한 영어강의의 역할과 과제)

  • Han, Kyong-Hee;Heo, Jun-Haeng;Yun, Il-Gu
    • Journal of Engineering Education Research
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.53-60
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    • 2010
  • This article explores how we pursue and operate the English medium instruction(EMI) in engineering colleges so as to educate global engineers. Engineering students in the 21st century society need to have fundamental work in languages, cultural differences, and strategies for working with diverse colleagues. EMI is not sufficient for preparing our engineering students to cope with the changed environments in our globalized society. Based on the case study, we emphasize that EMI needs to be located in the context of global engineering education which demands our understanding of different cultures and communication practices. We also suggest some programs how we develop our EMI circumstances.

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A Proposal of Environmental Engineering Education on the New Educational Environments (변화된 교육환경에 따른 환경공학교육의 방향설정 연구)

  • Jun, Hang-Bae;Tian, Dong-Jie;Lim, Hyun-Woo;Yang, Hyo-Jin
    • Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers
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    • v.34 no.6
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    • pp.365-372
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    • 2012
  • Recently, regional society requires engineers to understand the international affairs and to be global experts endowed with leadership. General education appropriate to engineers should fulfill these needs and provide wide understandings in humanity. General sciences education should be also reinforced for the students taking low level science courses under 7th education program to improve learning ability of the major subjects in college. A general education component including humanity for the engineers could be trained continuously from primary school to college under the 2009 revised education program. Various opportunity for education should be provided through the special curriculum development at the college or department level, which trains experts who fulfill the need of community. Multi-major program is a substitute for offering the educational opportunity to the students in environmental engineering, one of multidisciplinary programs. Emphasized criteria of the curriculum requirements and adequate contents of general education need be also developed for supporting the students to take advanced courses in major.

Korean Start-up Ecosystem based on Comparison of Global Countries: Quantitative and Qualitative Research (글로벌 국가 비교를 통한 한국 기술기반 스타트업 생태계 진단: 정량 및 정성 연구)

  • Kong, Hyewon
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.101-116
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    • 2019
  • Technology-based start-up is important in that it encourages innovation, facilitates the development of new products and services, and contributes to job creation. Technology-based start-up activates entrepreneurship when appropriate support is provided within the ecosystem. Thus, understanding the technology-based start-up ecosystem is crucial. The purpose of this study is as follows. First, in Herrmann et al.'s(2015) study, we compare and analyze the ecosystem of each country by selecting representative regions such as Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, London and Singapore which have the highest ranking in the start-up ecosystem. Second, we try to deeply understand the start-up ecosystem based on in-depth interviews with various stakeholders such as VC investors, start-ups, support organizations, and professors related to the Korean start-up ecosystem. Finally, based on the results of the study, we suggest development and activation of Korean technology-based start-up ecosystem. As a result, the Seoul start-up ecosystem showed a positive evaluation of government support compared to other advanced countries. In addition, it was confirmed that the ratio of tele-work and start-up company working experience of employees was higher than other countries. On the other hand, in Seoul, It was confirmed that overseas market performance, human resource diversity, attracting investment, hiring technological engineers, and the ratio of female entrepreneurs were lower than those of overseas advanced countries. In addition, according to the results of the interview analysis, Seoul was able to find that start-up ecosystems such as individual angel investors, accelerators, support institution, and media are developing thanks to the government's market-oriented policy support. However, in order for this development to continue, it is necessary to improve the continuous investment system, expansion of diversity, investment return system, and accessibility to the global market. A discussion on this issue is presented.

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A Study on a Business Model Development for National R&D (국가 R&D에서의 비즈니스 모델 개발에 대한 연구)

  • Bae, Sang-Keun;Park, Ji-Man;Kim, Byung-Guk
    • Journal of Korea Spatial Information System Society
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.9-18
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    • 2009
  • R&D businesses lead by a government of each countries are recognized as important businesses that may affect the destinies of the nation. However, the process of developing a new business has not been so favorable as the process was primarily managed by engineers who concentrate on research development. The problem was solved by applying a business model regarding outcomes of a developed research. Yet it is difficult to apply the business model methods that are commonly used for enterprises to government's research businesses due to their unique research development characteristics. Therefore, it is developed a business model methodology for national R&D project in this study. In addition, the methodology applies to a sub-project of Korean Land Spatialization Program(KLSP) organized by Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs to verify the possibility of practical application.

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Policy Evaluation and Improvement Plan of Overseas Construction Engineering Industry (해외 건설엔지니어링산업의 정책평가 및 개선방안)

  • Park, Hwan-Pyo
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Building Construction
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.375-384
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    • 2018
  • Due to the downturn in the local construction business, entry into the overseas markets has been regarded as one of the core tasks of the building sector and the government. Thus, entry into overseas markets, not only by large and middle-standing enterprises, but also by small and medium sized enterprises, has recently become a major construction policy. Therefore, this study identified and evaluated overseas construction support policies in the field of construction engineering, ranked them as the policies for developing market development funds, fostering and educating expert workers, and supporting the provision of information on winning orders. Through these policy assessment results, the study proposed improvement measures from the government and from the business side. As for the government viewpoint, a measure of providing information suited to engineers in design companies, project manager (PM), construction manager (CM), a measure of producing skillful workers through the expansion of education support policies, and the promotion of specialized overseas workforce in the construction engineering sector were proposed. In the construction engineering industry, this study suggested measures for securing global expert manpower, sharing performance of overseas construction market development project, strengthening construction project management capacity, and strengthening risk management.