[Forum] Dream Together Seoul Forum 2017
‘Dream Together Seoul Forum 2017’ focused on “Olympic Legacy and Sustainability” to promote....
[Forum] 2016 Dream Together Seoul Forum
This year’s forum was an optimum place to share and discuss future strategies and to present sport...
[2016 Dream Together Plus] Day 4
On October 25th, Dream Together Master Program 1st and 2nd batch alumni has been invited back to...
[Special Lecture] Mr. Eric Saintrond
“The International University Sport Movement Inspiring the Sport Leaders of Tomorrow”
SNU signs MOU with the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC)
The Division of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University (GSM-SNU) ...
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Module 4 Sport Facility Management
The main purpose of this class is to provide both a theoretical and practical understanding of sport facility management. Various topics related to sport facility management such as history, governance and finance structures, and management and operation of sport facility were discussed in the class. Date : October 1 – 5, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 2 : Sport Event Management Module 4 : Sport Facility Management Professor : Seok-pyo HONG (Division of Sport Science, Kangwon National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)
Oct. 08. 2018
Module 3 Sport History
This class is a comprehensive history of sports. Students will begin by examining the origin of athletics and the ways that popular sports and rules have changed overtime. Sports, politics, and social issues merge and intertwine in global society. And these trends are not new. The Olympic movement has always been politicized even as politicians and athletes have proclaimed that sport and politics should not mix. Problems with race and gender have revealed themselves in sport, which sometimes has led and sometimes followed on addressing these issues. In this class the students will look at and try to develop a greater understanding of the intersections of sports, politics, and social issues in global history. Date : September 17 – 21, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University 71-1, Room 212 Theme 1 : Sport Humanities Module 2 : Sport History Professor : Woong Yong Ha (Korea National Sport University, Republic of Korea)
Sep. 21. 2018
Module 2 Sport Sociology
The course is focused on sociological concepts, theories, and perspectives to analyze, interpret, and interactional aspects of sport as a social institution. Also, it emphasizes on the fact that sport and society are interrelated in terms of reflecting and resisting socio-cultural arrangements. Date : September 10 – 14, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University 71-1, Room 212 Theme 1 : Sport Humanities Module 2 : Sport Sociology Professor : Sun Yong KWON (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea)
Sep. 18. 2018
[Class] Module 1 Sport Philosophy & Ethics
The module gave an insight on the basics of sport philosophy and helped students contemplate the meaning of sport ethics, which can be further extended to the concept of fair play. It also helped students strengthen their own perspective on the essence of sport as a starter of the whole course work of Dream Together Master. Date : September 3 – 7, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 1 : Sport Humanities Module 1 : Sport Philosophy & Ethics Professor : Peter Ha(Graduate School of Sport Science, Kyunghee University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)
Sep. 10. 2018
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