What does the word happiness prompt in your mind?
Professor Eunkook Suh, Department of Psychology, Yonsei University
Contributing to a Better Society with Text Mining
Professor Min Song, Department of Library and Information Science, Yonsei University
Yonsei Professor Among World’s Top 10 Reformed Theologians
Dr. Chung Meehyun recognized as one of the most influential theologians of the Reformed faith leading up to the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. Professor Chung Meehyun, United Graduate School of Theology
Self-Control (not IQ) Explains Better Academic Performance Among “Tiger Cubs” in Taiwan
A Taiwanese study showed that self-control (not IQ) mediates the academic advantage of girls over boys. Professor Young-Hoon Kim, Psychology, Yonsei University
Yonsei Commits to Sustainability with Ban Ki-moon and World Leaders
World leaders discuss UN’s Sustainable Development Goals with Ban Ki-moon at Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea.
It’s Madness: The Politics of Mental Health in Colonial Korea
A Yonsei researcher explores how the mental illness was conceptualized and socially dealt and how it interacted with traditional beliefs about madness in Korea during Japanese colonialism.
Creation of New Knowledge based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Professor Min Song opens a new chapter for various fields ranging from medicine to SNS with text mining. Professor Min Song, Library and Information Science, Yonsei University
It’s natural: Fractions are for counting, and decimals are for measuring
Mental representations of numbers have roots that go beyond language and culture. Professor Hee Seung Lee, Education, Yonsei University
Un désir de littérature coréenne, A Desire of Korean Literature
Professor Jeong Myeong-Kyo introduces Korean literature to worldwide audience Professor Myeong-Kyo Jeong
The World’s Most Authoritative Biblical Meeting held at Yonsei
“Crossing Borders”: Biblical studies in today’s multifaceted world
First Korean Translation of the Complete Works of Shakespeare Published
“All’s well that ends well” for honorary professor as 10 years of work finally pays off
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