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  • 2019.04.17
  • Module 17 Sport Finance
  • The principal objectives of the course is to understand financial theories and apply financial theories in a real business world, especially in sports management. The course offers a chance to understand fields in finance and career path in corporate finance, investments, and management of financial institutions. Date : April 8 – April 12, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 6 : Sport Finance and Economics Module 17 : Sport Finance Professor : Chae JOON (Business School, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2019.04.08
  • Module 16 Sport Industry
  • This module offers a broad introduction to the business aspect of global sport industry. It is designed to explore various sectors that shape global sport industry such as global sport organizations, governments, professional/amateur leagues, media corporations, sponsors, and manufacturers. This module also helps students to broaden their perspective to better understand the evolution of global sport industry and the major forces that have facilitated its growth from a business standpoint.   Date : April 1 – 5, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology Module 16 : Sport Industry Professor : Dae Hee Kwak (Associate Professor of Sport Management, Director of Center for Sport Marketing Research,University of Michigan, USA)    
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  • 2019.03.27
  • Module 15 Sport for Special Population
  • This course provides the students with an opportunity to discuss general concepts pertaining to health and exercise.  Further, this course enables students to explore and discuss issues in health and exercise from management and administrative perspective.   Date : March 18 – 22, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology Module 15 : Sport for Special Population Professor : Yongho Lee (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2019.03.18
  • Module 14 Sport & Technology
  • The course focuses on basic biomechanical and neuromechanical principles and how these principles apply to the human musculoskeletal system and to human movements. Also, this course provides an opportunity that students can be familiarized with terminology used in human movement science, specifically in biomechanics and sports technology. The students will be able to have an understanding of basic bio-mechanical and neuromechanical measurement technology which apply to the human musculoskeletal system.   Date : March 11 – 15, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Module 14 : Sport Technology & Health Promotion Professor : Jaebum PARK & Jooeun AHN (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)    
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  • 2019.03.08
  • Module 13 Sport Movement Science
  • This class introduces the basic notion of sport science as a perspective of motor behavior. More specifically, the students learn and discuss how sport science has been applied to our daily life with regard to expertise, sport performance, neuroscience, rehabilitation, robotics and virtual reality. This class is useful to understand how sport science affected in the area of sport and our life. This course also provides the students with an opportunity to discuss general concepts pertaining to health and exercise.  Further, this course will enable students to explore and discuss issues in health and exercise from management and administrative perspective.   Date : March 4 – 8 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science and Technology Module 13 : Sport Movement Science Professor : Seonjin Kim & Wook Song (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2019.02.25
  • [Field Trip] Winter Sports Experience
  • Dream Together Master 6th batch students went on a field trip to PyeongChang and Gangneung where winter olympics were held for first time in 2018. The field trip allows for the enjoyment of a wide array of winter sports included visits to the Gangneung Ice Rink, Alpensia Ski Jump Tower, and YongPyong Ski Resort. Students also experienced cooking and tasting the traditional food of Gangwon province to embrace Korean heritage through its culture’s food. It was a priceless trip with diverse opportunities to enjoy winter in Korea.   Date: Feb 20(Wed) ~ 22(Fri), 2019 Venue: Gangwon Province (PyeongChang, Gangneung)  
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  • 2019.01.30
  • [Internship Interview] Apansia Lema
  • 1) Please introduce yourself and your workplace My name is Apansia Lema from Tanzania. I’m DTM 5th Batch student working in Sports Science Office at Korea Institute of Sports Science (KISS)     2) Please describe your responsibilities and duties in your position I have been working as a Research Assistant for sports science (Performance Enhancing), assistance onsite supporting for National Team and Elite Sports Science and researching International Sports Science Academic Research Flow   [Facility tour at Jincheon National Sports Training Center]   3) What do you remember most about your internship? Things that I will remember about this internship are practical skills I acquired. I had an opportunity to visit Jincheon National Sports Training Center and met researchers in biomechanics and physiology department and also the opportunity to participate to sports facilities tour. I learned in details some equipments like Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS), whole body reaction time, digital dynamometer Grip back, chest graph, In body 770, Prodigy advance lunar, coordination test, long jump test, Sargent jump, sit and reach, side steps, dynamic balance use; stability platform, centaur; 3D-back balance control and cyber norm. I also performed the exercise physiology fitness tests as a participant and analyzed data and did some comparison. This has helped me to know how to evaluate an athlete’s general physiology fitness and also design and develop the exercise programme according to the needs of athlete’s performance.     4) How does the Dream Together Master help you with your career? A wide knowledge and skills of sports management provided by DTM has helped to boost my career into another level. The opportunity I had to cover 30 modules taught by experienced professors from Korea, United State, Australia and United Kingdom was a lifetime advantage in my career. The organized special lectures have also played a great role on guest speaking from various sports institutions. Likewise a forum which held once a year created a platform to discuss in details some of the topics in the syllabus and related to the real situations to provide a way forward towards sports development globally. Moreover, accessibility to academic facilities such as library which was equipped with books, magazines, newspapers, computers and advanced software’s created more interest in learning.   [Exercise Physiology fitness tests at Korea Institute of Sports Science (KISS) ]   5) Please give your advice for the current and future Dream Together Master Students For the current students, they should try to improve anything they feel they are not good at. Appreciate, and enjoy the time because the opportunity may not come twice. For prospect students they should know the goodness of the course as it contains the syllabus that covers most of the area required in sports industry therefore they should stay focused, work hard, and use time effectively over the entire programme. I would like to thank Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, Seoul National University, Professors, and also Director and Staffs of Dream Together Master for their contribution to this programme.
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  • 2018.12.18
  • DTM Class of 2019 Commencement
  • On Monday morning, DTM 5th batch graduating students took the stage at Seoul National University to receive their diplomas. The commencement ceremony for the Dream Together Master class of 2019 was successfully held on December 17 2018 in the presence of professors, friends, family, 6th batch students, and faculty members. The ceremony is held annually to honor students who have completed the curriculum. The ceremony began with Vice-Director of the Dream Together Master giving his annual speech along with other faculty speakers. After the touching speeches, the commencement came to and end after the students lined up to walk the stage and collect their diplomas. More photos are available at https://www.facebook.com/dream.together.master Date: December 17 2018 Venue: Seoul National University 71-1 Room 206  
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  • 2018.12.18
  • [Special Lecture] Prof. Sukho Lee at Texas A&M University-San Antonio
  • Dream Together Master invited a special guest Prof. Sukho Lee, Associate Chair & Associate Professor at Texas A&M University San Antonio. Prof. Lee shared his research on Korean wild ginseng to investigate the effect of its extract on exercise performance and cognitive function. Dr. Lee teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Exercise Science. His research interests include 1) supplementation on exercise performance, preventions and/or treatments for diabetes and obesity using exercise and dietary interventions as well as mechanisms of skeletal muscle plasticity by different interventions, including resistance training, hind limb suspension, casting model and oriental medicine. Dr. Lee is a founding member of KUSAPS: Korea United State Applied Physiological Society (www.appliedphysiology.org) and serves as an editorial board member for several peer review journals (International Journal of Exercise Science, Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry, International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences, Kinesiology, and Journal of Lifestyle Medicine). Speaker: Prof. Sukho Lee (Texas A&M University-San Antonio) Date: December 17, 2018 Topic: Korean Wild Ginseng Extracts: Prospective Candidate as An Erogenic Aids in Sports Venue: SNU 71-1 RM. 206  
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  • 2018.12.18
  • [Special Lecture] Prof. Joon Sung Lee at University of Florida
  • To give better understanding about athlete transgression in contemporary sport, Prof. Joon Sung Lee presented about potential risks of celebrity endorsement,  a form of brand or advertising campaign that involves a well known person (and athlete) using their fame to help promote a product or service and introduced his research model and moral reasoning strategies in the DTM special lecture at the Seoul National University. Dr. Joon Sung Lee is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management at the University of Florida. His primary research encompasses topics surrounding corruption in Sport as a critical sociocultural issue. Focusing on athlete transgression, he has conducted a line of research investigating how sport consumers process an athlete endorser’s transgression information and respond to the troubled athlete in different ways. This line of research has been extended to a variety of topics in athlete endorsement domain. His recent work has been published in top peer-reviewed business and sport journals (e.g., Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Sport Management, Sport Marketing Quarterly, and so on). His work has also been quoted by media (e.g. Business Standard, Boston.com, etc.) to explain sport consumer’s multi- faceted responses to athlete transgression such as Deflategate and Tiger Woods scandal. In 2015, he was selected as a runner-up for the European Association for Sport Management Conference New Researcher Award and a winner of the Sport Marketing Association Conference Best Student Paper Award.   Speaker: Prof. Joon Sung Lee ( University of Florida) Date: December 14, 2018 Topic: Understanding about athlete transgression in contemporary sport      
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