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|Title||‘SeoulTech TED’ lecture for students held to share knowledge of value|
- Four students convey their own special life stories at event hosted by Student Welfare Committee
Student lecture series now in 6th year after launching in 2017 The student lecture series S'TED held another event on campus in the auditorium of the 100th Memorial Hall At 7 p.m., Wednesday, September 14.
Marking its sixth anniversary this year, S'TED is a lecture series by enrolled students that captures the unique characteristics of Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SeoulTech). It provides a platform for speakers to share their experiences and thoughts and for audiences to experience various life values in a space prepared exclusively for them.
Under the theme of “Collected Talks: An Invitation to My Life," the event featured inspiring and entertaining stories from students’ own lives, told by Boseok Choi (Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, 17), Yeonseo Choi (Department of Metal Art and Design, 18), Youngjin Park (Department of Mechanical & Automotive Engineering, 18), and Dong-hee Kang (Department of Sports Sciences, 20).
‘A Month Living on the Southern Coast,’ ‘Dots Come Together to Form a Line,’ ‘Crayon Shin-Chan,’ and ’42.195㎞’ are some of the talks available to view on demand on SeoulTech's official YouTube channel (https://youtu.be/1Nss9r8aXhM).
There is no previous information.
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