In the beautiful Hawaiian island, Oahu, University of Hawaii stands still, giving opportunities for students with the will to learn from all over the world. As one of those students, I had a great opp
By David McIlwainMany students find it necessary to find a part-time job while attending university. In the West it is the norm for tertiary students to fit shifts between classes on a packed weekly t
The Institute for International Trade and Cooperation (IITC) and the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Faculty Research group held a symposium on Oct. 15 titled Korea-US FTA: a Strategy for Korea’s Advanceme
Last February marked the fifth year of graduation after the first married students had been readmitted after Ewha scrapped its 57-year-old rule forbidding student marriages. Bidding farewell to the di
Streets around the world were occupied by parades and voices shouting for women’s rights to celebrate the 99th International Women’s Day on March 8. The day commemorates the day when American women la
“To be a global woman leader, you always have to be prepared and not be afraid of challenges,” said Chun Shin-ae ('65, English Literature). Chun, the director of the Women’s Bureau for the U.S. Depart
I still remember the day before leaving from Korea, my home country. I was extremely nervous because I felt like I wasn’t prepared for studying abroad. Although I exaggerated my English skill and inte
By David McIlwain International exchange at Ewha and in Korea generally has reached a particularly dynamic phase. Late last year the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development reported fore
Ewha Student Welfare Center is holding the “Ewha Festival” to celebrate the start of a new semester from Mar. 5 to Mar. 16. Teams from various majors will hold dance, orchestra, or solo performances d
Koh Hee-kyung (’92, English Literature) became the first woman anchor to deliver news alone for SBS ‘Nightline’ starting from Feb. 20. Koh has entered SBS in 1991 and has been a reporter for the econo
Min Joo (International Studies, 2), won 1st Place in the 2007 CNN Aspiring Journalist Award on Feb. 14. The 2007 CNN Aspiring Journalist Award was held in COEX with 10 finalists from 300 participants.
The Korean Women Economists Association (KWEA), which has 180 economic scholars as members, appointed Prof. Chah Eun-young (Economics) on Feb. 13 as the 3rd president. Chah mentioned that she will foc
Prof. Choi Wan-gee (Social Studies Education) passed away on Feb. 17. The funeral service for Prof. Choi was held on Feb. 20 and his funeral procession was held on Feb. 21 at Kangnam Samsung Hospital.
Ewha BK Research Grant and the Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute established the nation’s first humanities digital website. A workshop, with lectures about ‘Digital Humanities,’