THE UNIVERSITY of UTAH ASIA CAMPUS







                                                                                                                  

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President Gregory HILL Carried Out “TuYu” SNS Campaign


President Gregory HILL of the U Asia Campus carried out a TuYu campaign through social media to reinforce communications in the community that had become difficult due to the COVID-19. U Asia Campus students and alumni participated in this program, which included social celebrities from home and abroad who made the “BlockU” sign that symbolizes the university and posted it on their Instagram account (@tuyu_uac). President HILL expects that this campaign will take the lead in invigorating communications with foreign communities and improving the settlement environment for foreigners, in addition to actively publicizing the U Asia Campus abroad.


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Implemented 2020 Summer Global CSR Internship Program


U Asia Campus successfully implemented the “2020 Summer Global CSR Internship Program” for students at home and abroad. The University of Utah Global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Internship is a program in which students maximize the effects of CSR activities based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at Edelman Korea, Arirang International Broadcasting, The Korea Times, and other enterprises. Students can take part in a broad array of corporate social contribution actions, such as environmental preservation and education, as well as on-the-job training. Outstanding students who participated in this for-credit program were also separately granted scholarships.


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Professor BARTLETT in Environmental Construction Engineering Gave a Special Virtual Lecture on 

“Climate Change” for JICS Students


Dr. Steven F. BARTLETT, Professor in Environmental Construction Engineering at the University of Utah, gave a special, virtual lecture using Zoom on September 19 for the students of Jones International Christian School (JICS) located in Songdo International City. This special lecture, held as part of a Global CSR, was based on the eleventh goal, “Mobilize Sustainable Cities and Communities,” of the Sustainable Development Goals on climate change, which is emerging as a global issue, under the theme of “Smart and Sustainable Development Community.”