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[Graduation Ceremony] Class of 2021

Graduation Ceremony: Class of 2021   The commencement ceremony for the Dream Together Master Class of 2021 was successfully held offline and online with professors and DTM 7th batch students. 17 DTM 7th batch students from all over the world earned master’s degrees in sport management at Seoul National University after completing the intensive curriculum provided by the Dream Together Master program.   The offline ceremony was conducted with only the graduating students and professors to receive their graduation certificates at different time slots due to the government guidelines of social distancing. The online ceremony was conducted via YouTube. The link for the online ceremony is as follows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EgJJ_Jsb6oA&t=864s   Date & Time: December 18th, 2020 16:00 – 18:00 Venue: Offline (Building 153 Room 316), Online (YouTube)   Seoul National University Dream Together Master Professors from left Yongho Lee, Joon-ho Kang, YuKyuom Kim Baboucarr Camara from Gambia Arsalan Asad from Pakistan Wilfredo Alejandro Gonzalez Gonzalez (Salutatorian) from Guatemala Hilda Nshuti from Uganda Mohammad Selim Hossain from Bangladesh Mai Olivia Yin Hua Thawng Luai from Myanmar Dana Haider Izzat Touran from Jordan Larona Koosimile from Botswana Maria Fernanda Delgado (Valedictorian) from Mexico Permita Adi Listiani from Indonesia Placide Bagabo from Rwanda Wehigaldeniye Gedara Deepika Swarnamali from Sri Lanka Razif Bin Sazali from Malaysia Kenneth Odeng Adade from Ghana Maria Mohammnad Barakat from Jordan Chidiebere Ezeani from Nigeria Best Thesis Award Winners from left Razif Bin Sazali, Maria Fernanda Delgado, Maria Mohammad Barakat

Dec. 22. 2020

[Forum] Dream Together Seoul Forum 2020

The Dream Together Seoul Forum 2020 was held at the SKY 31 Conference A Hall at the Lotte World Tower, Seoul, Republic of Korea, on Friday, November 20, 2020 (14:00 - 17:00) where live streaming was available through Facebook and Zoom. The theme for this year’s one-day annual event was Sport for a Better World where pressing issues regarding the promotion of sports in the untact era were discussed through presentations by sport leaders from around the world.   Influential figures including Keynote Speaker Joon Oh, Professor at Kyunghee University; Jae-kee Cho, Chairman of Korea Sports Promotion Foundation; Joon-ho Kang, Director of Dream Together Master Program; Yang-woo Park, Minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; Myung-ho Lee, President of the Korea Paralympic Committee; Seungmin Ryu, IOC Member and President of the International Sport Strategy Foundation; So-young Kim, Attending Member of Culture, Sports and Tourism Committee at the Seoul Metropolitan Council; Saejeong Park, Team Manager of Sport Science Team for the Future National Athletes at the Korea Institute of Sport Science; Junghoon Oh, Principal of Isu Middle School; Changho Moon, Deputy General Manager of the Seoul Shinmun Daily; Arram Kim, Manager of the Pyeongchang 2018 Legacy Foundation; Jiae Sohn, Professor at Ewha Womans University; DTM Alumni Gobinath Sivarajah, Project Manager at the Teqball Federation of Sri Lanka; Soe Soe Myar, Director of the Ministry of Health and Sports of Myanmar; and Matsepo Khau, senior officer at the Ministry of Gender and Youth, Sport and Recreation of Lesotho contributed to the discussion of Sport for a Better World.   The offline event was attended through invitation-only due to COVID-19 precaution measures.   Joon-ho Kang, Director of Dream Together Master Program Jae-kee Cho, Chairman of Korea Sports Promotion Foundation Keynote Speaker Joon Oh, Professor at Kyunghee University Myung-ho Lee, President of the Korea Paralympic Committee Seungmin Ryu, IOC Member and President of the International Sport Strategy Foundation

Dec. 20. 2020

DTM 7th Batch Present their Thesis Proposals

Dream Together Master 7th Batch are paving their way through the academic schedule by presenting their thesis proposals. During the week of August 24, thesis proposal presentations were divided into three separate days where students presented in front of their thesis committee members at the Seoul National University Sports Education and Research Building.   Before the COVID-19 pandemic, thesis proposals were usually conducted in front of other Seoul National University students, but due to social distancing guidelines set by the Korean government, only essential personnel including three professors of the thesis committee, designated tutor of each presenting student, and DTM staff were allowed inside during presentations while other students could watch each presentation through online platforms.    

Aug. 27. 2020