Circles and Squares

Insights into Korea's Sudden Rise

Asia Institute Seminar: “Korea’s Potential in Research and Business””

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Asia Institute Seminar

“Three Global Perspectives

on

Korea’s Potential in Research and Business”


3:00-4:30 PM

 

@ Paik Hae Young Gallery, Itaewon, Seoul

(see map)


A discussion of Korea’s institutional strengths, and continuing challenges, led by three individuals with extensive experience working in Korea’s efforts to internationalize in both research and business. The focus of the seminar falls on which aspects of Korean practice and policy have been the most effective in propelling Korea to a new global role. The three speakers will describe briefly their own perspectives and take questions from the audience. 

Discussants:

Vince Rubino

Senior Associate

The Asia Institute

(Senior Quality Assurance Advisor, SEEGENE INC.)

Joel Momberger

Senior Associate

The Asia Institute

(Director of Korea Tech Innovation Program

IC2 Institute, University of Texas, Austin)

 

Heisook Lee

Director

Korea Advanced Institute of Women in

Science, Engineering & Technology (KAI WISET)

 

Moderator

Emanuel Pastreich

Director

The Asia Institute

(Professor at Humanitas College, Kyung Hee University)

 

Location:

 

Paik Hae Young Gallery (02-796-9347 )     

Foreign Residence 54C,
101-40 Itaewon-1-dong
Yongsan-gu, Seoul
Republic of Korea

 

서울시 용산구 이태원1동 101-40호
101-40 Itaewon 1-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-201, Korea
Tel :
             82-2-796-9347      , 9328
Fax : 82-2-796-9348
E-mail :
paikhy@paikhygallery.com

 

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