The SolBridge student body and faculty were treated to a very special lecture by the number two person at the US Embassy in Seoul, Deputy Chief of Mission, Leslie A. Bassett.
One of the challenges facing newly elected leaders in Northeast Asia as well as in the United States will be the daunting task of how best to handle tensions in Northeast Asia, said Mr. Min-soon Song, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
It goes without saying that in today’s ever-changing business world, the need to stay sharp and competitive is more important than ever before. However, to stay competitive takes more than a four or six-year education according to leading Korean economist Dr. Il SaKong.
The finals for the first International Market Research Competition were held in SolBridge International School of Business’s fourth floor auditorium on May 28th.
The four teams gave stellar presentations which examined investment opportunities in APEC nations.
One of the highlights of the school year at the SolBridge International School of Business is the annual Multicultural Festival held each spring. It is a chance for students to share their cultures with their classmates and faculty through song and dance as well as traditional clothing. It is more than a celebration of culture, though. It is a celebration of our diversity which makes us all one at SolBridge.
Recently, three SolBridge professors were appointed as Honorary Envoys by the Korean government for Korea’s public diplomacy.
When SolBridge Lecturer and Web Manager Jeffrey Miller wrote his first novel, War Remains a novel about the Korean War in 2010, he hoped it would make the public aware not only of one of the lesser known battles of the conflict but also the ongoing search for war remains.
Recently, around four o’clock on a Thursday afternoon, there was a beehive of activity inside the third floor gymnasium as students gathered and mill around outside the locked doors. Although everyone knew about the scheduled event—had received email from Student Services earlier in the week, saw the notices in the elevator and the updates on Facebook—most students were surprised that they couldn’t go inside.
Chairman Kim, President Endicott, Dean Jun, Professors, parents, friends, and fellow graduates, good morning.
I am elated at the opportunity given to me to present the valedictory speech of the fall 2012 MBA graduating class. I am humbled and I count myself privileged by this honorary role and I say thank you to SolBridge and to you fellow graduating students, without whom there would have been no class and cause to stand here today.
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