The Graduate School of Business Administration of Sungkyunkwan University has selected outstanding master's and excellent doctorate scholarship students to provide scholarships to foster research personnel and improve basic research skills. In the first semester of the 2020 school year, Lee Sun-hyuk (Master of Science) and Kim Han-min (Doctor of Science) Won-woo were selected as excellent scholarship students for the general graduate school. Kim Han-min and Won-woo, who were selected as outstanding Ph.D. scholarship students, received their thoughts. Q1. Hello, Wonwoo. Congratulations on being selected as an excellent Ph.D. scholarship student! Please introduce yourself first. Hello, I'm Kim Han Min, a Ph.D. student majoring in business information at Sungkyunkwan University Business School of Business Administration. Professor Park Ki-woo is the guidance professor. Nice to meet you. Q2. What is Wonwoo's major and research area? My major is management information. In the field of research, we are conducting research on malicious comments, cyberbullying, blockchain and big data analysis. Q3. Please let me know if you have any research results published by the recent conference of the paper OR published in the prestigious journal. In recent years, information technology and people (ssci) malicious comments to the relevant topic ‘a new perspective on online malicious effects : comments of attention and neutralization’, paper in the Journal.Will be published in the lead author. The teachings of your academic advisor very helpful. The other papers journal of computer information systems, asia pacific journal of information systems, in the Journal. The results of the presentation of overseas academic conferences were malicious comments, blockchain, and online donation at the American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) and Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) conferences held by the Association for Information Systems (AIS). Other research results have been summarized in the Google Scalar link below. https://scholar.google.co.kr/citations?user=UOEWHqYAAAAJ&hl=ko&oi=ao Q4. Please tell us about your future research plans. I am currently preparing a doctoral dissertation with my guidance professor. We aim to complete the doctoral dissertation and publish the doctoral dissertation with the academic advisor in the business information journal. Q5. Please advise students of the master's and doctorate course at Sungkyunkwan University (students preparing for master's degree). Actually, I'm a little cautious about giving advice to other people. There are two kinds of advice I would like to give you. First, I think consistency is the most important thing in graduate school life. Rather than trying to produce results in a short period of time, I think it is necessary to continue studying steadily with the idea of taking steps. Second, I think we need to make efforts to have an objective view of our research. I think it is important to accept feedback from professors and other researchers with an open mind. I think it's necessary to look for and review the opposite evidence, not just supporting the claim that you think is right. Thank you.2020-12-02
On May 21, a team that includes Kim Ga-jin (17th in Business Administration) won the runner-up prize at the global marketing contest "Loreal Brand Storm" held at L'Oreal Korea. L'Oreal Storm is a global marketing contest for college students and graduate students around the world every year, and 40,000 people from 65 countries have participated since it began in 1992. The brand Storm has applied for more than 100 teams nationwide, and it is the first time that Sungkyunkwan University's team has advanced to the final round. I met Kim Ga-jin and listened to the details. 1.Hello^^ It's so nice to meet you like this! Please introduce yourself first. Hello! I am Kim Ga-jin and I am majoring in Business Administration at Sungkyunkwan University. 2. You won the runner-up in the global marketing contest held by L'Oreal Korea. Please tell us how you feel. At first, it was just a curious contest, but as I spent more time and effort, I wanted to do better, but fortunately, I was able to win the runner-up prize, which was a meaningful experience. Especially, with our ideas and business plans, we received positive reviews from the judges and executives. Even if I didn't win the award, I learned a lot from the process of preparing for Brandstorm. 3. You participated in the internship at L'Oreal with the victory of this contest, and I wonder what kind of work you were in charge of. As Brand Storm was a marketing contest, I was given the opportunity to become a marketing intern for the award, so I was in charge of marketing for L'Arreal's department store business brand Lancome. One of the big features of L'Oreal internships is that interns are assigned a project themselves so that they can have a hands-on experience, and I'm in charge of planning a plan to attract customers in their 20s from Lancome's Star Products Foundation. In this process, I was able to experience various marketing tasks such as digital campaign analysis, department store field secret, and competitive research. Especially, I was an ordinary consumer in my 20s, and now I'm a company that targets people like me, so I was able to analyze the data and plan it myself. 4. Do you have any episodes from working at L'Oreal? One of the episodes that came to mind when I was working is that I filmed a YouTube video with my intern colleagues, and at L'Oreal, every internship rider will upload a video on L'Oreal's official YouTube channel. We prepared contents about how to film self-introduction videos, and when I was busy doing projects or daily work, I had a lot of fun meeting my colleagues, filming videos, and chatting. It was also amazing that I was preparing for the internship and now I'm in the position of appearing in the video for the people who are preparing for it! 5. What did you feel while preparing for this contest? At first, I thought, "Of course I can't do it," because Brandstorm is a big contest and smart people from all over the world participate. But instead of giving up without even starting, I prepared to submit it, and I wanted to compliment myself on how well I did it without giving up and challenging myself when I passed the first and second and third rounds, and I got the runner-up result, which led to my internship at L'Oreal. I think I learned a lesson that I don't give up even if I don't try it, and if I want to do something, I'll try it no matter what! 6. Please share some tips with our students preparing for the contest.^^ It depends on what kind of contest you prepare for, but since there are many cases where you prepare for the competition as a team, the ability to collaborate is the most important thing. While working with people for a long time will lead to conflicts and conflicts, it is most important to develop better ideas by listening to each other's stories and coordinating their opinions. Usually, we think contests require fresh and new ideas, but I think it's also a tip to come up with ideas that are both concrete and feasible and attractive for the company! 7. Lastly, please say a word to the students of Sungkyunkwan University's business school. I've always felt this, but I think there are a lot of smart and talented students everywhere I put them. I believe that if everyone tries various contests or contests, there will be good results!2020-11-19
Sungkyunkwan University held an award ceremony on the 18th (Friday) at the 600th Anniversary Memorial Hall to select the best online instructors for the first semester of 2020. The selection criteria selected a total of 20 instructors, taking into account the quality of lectures, communication with students, and satisfaction with students' lectures. On that day, President Shin Dong-ryul, Vice President Yoo Hong-joon, and Kim Dong-wook, the head of the school's affairs office, attended the event to deliver appreciation plaques and souvenirs. Professor Oh Jong-min (Principal: Financial Management) was selected from the business school. Professor Oh Jong-min said, "Finance management is one of the subjects that various types of students take, as there are not only students from business schools but also students from other departments who double major. It was important not to let these diverse students feel left out, especially under non-face-to-face classes. As part of this effort, the e-mail answer policy was shared during the semester so that any questions they asked could be answered within a maximum of 24 hours. The most important part of this semester was to answer students' questions on weekends so that everyone could feel that they were being warmly cared for during difficult and difficult times. Maybe that's why this semester was like a 24-hour full-time call center. "More than anything, I felt the most rewarding in that I received good reviews from my students. Although the class was conducted online due to Corona 19, students actively participated in the lecture, so I was able to enjoy the lecture. I will prepare harder for the class and give a more satisfying lecture. At the ceremony, President Shin Dong-ryul told outstanding instructors, "To improve the quality of university education, we need the professors' unremitting efforts and passion. "Excellent instructors who identify what needs are through constant communication with students and approach them first are the main pillars of our university's development," he said. In the future, we will share information on how to operate online classes through interviews with excellent instructors and how to produce effective lecture contents, expand the operation of high-quality online classes through sharing experiences of teaching excellent instructors, and seek ways to optimize online classes for academic unit characteristics.2020-11-04
Our business school has a core value of education. We are strengthening our research capabilities, and we are striving to cultivate talent for student success and future value creation. To that end, the business school hired four new teachers in the first semester of 2020. The majors were management (2 persons), management information (1 person), and accounting (1 person), which invited highly qualified teachers in each field. This time, I met a new teacher who became a family member of a business school and listened to "major research activities, majors, and future plans." First, I will introduce Professor Chun Jin-suk of the Management major. Q1. Hello, professor. Nice to meet you! Please introduce yourself, professor. Hello, I'm Chen Jin-suk. I got a Ph.D. in management at Columbia University in the U.S., worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Duke University in the U.S. for two years, and became an assistant professor of business administration at Sungkyunkwan University. Q2. Please introduce your major briefly, and what made you choose your major? I'm in the management department, and I study organizational behavior and social psychology in more detail. I chose it because my major research is interesting. The reason is that I can ask and answer a lot of questions about the behavior and relationship of people through my major research. I think we ask so many questions about people in our daily lives. For example, I think the charm of organizational behavior and social psychology is that we can study a lot of questions that we experience in our own lives in a systematic and scientific way, such as why we felt happy at this time, why that person helped me at that time, why that person and I are now apart, etc. Q3. Please tell us how you feel about starting anew at Sungkyunkwan University Business School and what you plan to do in the future. I'm very happy to start anew in such a good environment. From now on, I will do my best to be a helpful person to the school by faithfully conducting research and classes. Q4. Could you briefly introduce your class? I am conducting a course on organizational behavior this semester. In this course, I and my students study systematically about the tendency of individuals, groups, and organizations to see. And we discuss how each of us can live a happier life and achieve our own achievements. Q5. What are your plans for future research? I want to do a lot of research. I want to do good research. I want to do research that I admit to myself. I want to do research that helps the world. Q6. What do you think of the ideal educator? I think a good educator is someone who keeps a pure heart about research, who provides classes that help students, who never loses humility until the end, who admits to his limitations, but who doesn't give up and challenges. Q7. If you have anything to say to the students studying hard at Sungkyunkwan University School of Business, please tell them! It's so nice to meet you. There are many difficult conditions now. But if we don't give up, believe in ourselves, step forward, we believe that we will have a good life. Let's cheer up.