December 10, International Human Rights Day, commemorates the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by the members of the United Nations (UN) in 1948. The declaration includes in
Peace studies has hardly been researched in Korea, but as a nation develops economically, the importance of peace and human rights grows. As a developed nation, Korea must now acknowledge the importan
Lee Joo-young (Social Science, 1) brought back more than lingering memories when she returned from the 12-day trip of trekking through the mountainous regions of Nepal on September 4. The fearless lea
The Ewha-Harvard Summer School Program ended its five-week schedule with a closing ceremony on July 31. Ewha is the sole collaborating partner in selected byHarvardUniversityfor the 2009 Harvard Summe
This summer, the Ewha Campus Complex (ECC) was crowded with students from foreign countries shouldering backpacks and carrying books. They all looked different and spoke diverse languages, but had mem
Kang Jin, a researcher at the Career Development Center (CDC) is pleased at the successes of the Social Action Projects that students have completed for her leadership training class. The Social Actio
With a total of nine teams taking Leadership Training II classes this semester, Ewha students are once more beginning to see signs and posters around campus urging them to help change some of the more....
The Ewha Leadership Certification Program was created by the Ewha Career Development Center to encourage undergraduate students to become professional leaders. The program consists of several programs
The Recruiting Foreign Scholars to Existing Academic Programs of the WCU project is the second project among three other WCU projects. The Type 2 WCU project funds universities to employ one or two fo
Hi Seoul Festival 2009 highlights the five royal palaces as its theme. The festival Royal Palace of May Features a dynamic combination of traditonal charm and modern edge with the active participation
Enveloped by 21st skyrocketing rectangular buildings, lowly yet firmly lies the 386 year-old Gyeonghuigung Palace, which has withstood all the victories and defeats of during the past three centuries.
They say spring is the king of all seasons. Those ready to become royalty are invited to take a king-like spring stroll through Gyeongbokgung Palace , the main royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty. &ldq