President Lee receives ‘2017 Korea CEO Hall of Fame’ award

GMU Korea’s President Steven K. Lee received the Human Resource Development Award from the 2017 Korea’s CEO Hall of Fame ceremony on September 26. Hosted by the Institute for Industrial Policy Studies, The CEO Hall of Fame was first introduced to Korea as a way of acknowledging the contribution of exemplary leaders in the field Read more about President Lee receives ‘2017 Korea CEO Hall of Fame’ award[…]

President Lee lectures at Incheon Economics Forum

George Mason University Korea’s President Steven K. Lee joined the 269 partnership between Gyeongin Daily and the Incheon Economics Forum on September 28 as a special guest speaker. He touched on various elements within the American school system, including the semester system, entrance requirements, scholarships, and majors. “The advantages of studying abroad in the states Read more about President Lee lectures at Incheon Economics Forum[…]

YTN interviews President Lee on education

President Steven K. Lee was invited to a special interview with YTN regarding the lack of individuality among Korean youth in today’s society, which stems from the upbringing and continuing education that emphasizes intelligence over one’s personality. A lack of individuality, he says, is the reason why Korean youth may face difficulty in finding jobs Read more about YTN interviews President Lee on education[…]

2018 Spring Info Session held at Gangnam COEX

  George Mason University (GMU) Korea held an information session on September 16, Saturday. With 25 students and parents attending, the event was held at COEX South #309, a convention center at Gangnam, Seoul, from 2 to 5pm. Students and parents interested in enrolling at GMU Korea learned about the school and also met currently Read more about 2018 Spring Info Session held at Gangnam COEX[…]

GMU Korea’s 2nd International English Speech Competition successfully concludes

  Jacob Thompson and Hee-jae Yeo won the 1st place in the “2nd International English Speech Competition,” a debate competition held at George Mason University (GMU) Korea on August 4. Twelve high school students from the U.S. and Korea came to GMU Korea for a week from July 31 to August 4 for the event. Paired into groups of two, Jacob Thompson and Hee-jae Yeo, Read more about GMU Korea’s 2nd International English Speech Competition successfully concludes[…]

English Camp for disadvantaged youth from Gwangmyeong City takes place at GMU Korea

  Underprivileged teenagers from Gwangmyeong City came to George Mason University (GMU) Korea for three days as a part of the 2017 Gwangmyeong-GMUK Summer Youth Program. From August 2 to 4, twenty students enjoyed English activities and experienced the international campus atmosphere at GMU Korea. The English youth program happened in line with an MOU signed between Gwangmyeong City and GMU Read more about English Camp for disadvantaged youth from Gwangmyeong City takes place at GMU Korea[…]

EBS Radio interviews President Steven K. Lee

  The most popular educational media in Korea, EBS, invited George Mason University (GMU) Korea’s President onto their radio program to share his cross-cultural U.S. and Korean experiences. During the radio show “Multicultural Music Travel” that aired on July 30, President Steven K. Lee shared several of his favorite songs with the radio listeners. The shared Read more about EBS Radio interviews President Steven K. Lee[…]

Fortune Korea interviews President Steven K. Lee

  One of the most influential business magazines in Korea, Fortune Korea, featured George Mason University (GMU) Korea’s President as their cover story in the July issue. In the interview, President Steven K. Lee emphasized GMU Korea’s strength in providing diverse and rich programs through which students can experience both the U.S. and Korean campus Read more about Fortune Korea interviews President Steven K. Lee[…]

JoongAng Ilbo features IGC, including GMU Korea

  JoongAng Ilbo, one of the most widely read newspapers in Korea, covered George Mason University (GMU) Korea as a part of Incheon Global Campus (IGC) on July 4. The newspaper also noted IGC’s joint, upcoming information sessions, which will be held on July 19 at COEX and on July 29 at the main campus Read more about JoongAng Ilbo features IGC, including GMU Korea[…]

Students from U.S. come to GMU Korea for Korean Language and Culture Camp

  Students from the Foundation For Korean Language and Culture in U.S.A., a center located in Los Angeles, came to George Mason University Korea on July 5. As a part of the two-week long 2017 Korean Language and Culture Summer Program, 36 students will learn and experience many parts of Korea’s culture and language through Read more about Students from U.S. come to GMU Korea for Korean Language and Culture Camp[…]