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  • 2018.11.19
  • Module 7 Human Resource Management in Sport
  • This course is designed for DTM graduate students to attain knowledge related to human resources management (e.g., various theories and issues) and to understand and apply them in the sport context. The course will provides a basic understanding of Human resource management practices and human resource assets in sports. Date : November 12-16, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 3: Sport Organization and Governance Module 7 : Human Resource Management in Sport Professor : May KIM (Department of Sport Science, Korea University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.11.12
  • Module 8 Sport Organizational Management
  • This course aims to define the field and sports industry in modern society and classifies domains of sport industry and their differenitiation. Also, the course explains the unique features of sport governing bodies through three different themes such as apex of an inter-organizational network, apical functions of sport governing bodies, and a monopoly. Date : November 5 – November 9, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 3: Sport Organization and Governance Module 8 : Sport Organization & Management Professor : Pachianathan Chelldurai (Sport Management, Troy University, USA)  
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  • 2018.11.06
  • [Forum] Dream Together Seoul Forum 2018
  • Dream Together Seoul Forum 2018 was held on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 (14:00 to 18:30) at Grand Ballroom, Westin Chosun Seoul, Republic of Korea. This year’s forum addressed the topic of “Sport for Peace” for peaceful and better world. This year, our forum aims to address the good examples of peace-building through sport and discuss how sport can not only bring peace but also encourage a culture of peace for better world. The forum is an annual, one-day event that includes a key note speech and presentations from global sport leaders, as well as a panel discussion session with the all presenters and Dream Together Master students to discuss various key issues regarding sport for peace. HRH Prince Feisal Al-Hussein, IOC Member, was a keynote speaker; Manfred Laemmer, Professor of German Sport University Cologne, spoke about the German unification and sport integration between West and East Germany; Beatriz Mejia, Executive Director and Founder of International Group for Peace, addressed sport project to remedy the civil war in Colombia; Mike Cronin, Professor of Boston College Ireland, mentioned about the religious conflict resolution through sport; Young-il Na, Professor of Seoul National University, presented the policy direction of South and North Korea's sport exchange; Ramona Mohd Razali, Deputy Secretary General and 3rd batch Dream Together Master alumnus Norkamarul Norzam, Special Officer to the Secretary General, Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia introduced the case of sport multiracial unity.   Taekang Roh, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Jaekee Cho, Chairman of Korea Sports Promotion Foundation Chan Wook Park, Acting President of Seoul National University Joon-ho Kang, Director of Dream Together Master HRH Prince Feisal Al-Hussein, IOC Member and Founder of Generations For Peace HRH Prince Feisal Al-Hussein is addressing sport for peace as a keynote speaker at the Dream Together Seoul Forum 2018 Mike Cronin, Academic Director of Centre for Irish Programmes, Boston College Ireland Beatriz Mejia, Executive Director and Founder of International Group for Peace Manfred Laemmer, Professor of German Sport University Cologne Ramona Mohd Razali, Deputy Secretary General(Strategic Affairs) of Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia Norkamarul Norzam, Special Officer to the Secretary General of Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia (DTM 3rd batch graduate) Young-il Na, Professor of Seoul National University Prof. Manfred Laemmer delivered a piece of the Berlin Wall Presider and Moderator of the forum, Ms. Theresa Rah, Communications Director of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games Bid Committee VIP group photo
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  • 2018.11.02
  • [2018 DT Plus] 2nd Alumni Reunion
  • On October 28th, Dream Together Master 2nd to 4th batch alumni have been invited back to DTM to have a alumni reunion. 10 DTM alumni and their bosses from 10 different countries visited Seoul, Korea for the field trip and Dream Together Seoul Forum 2018. Our alumni and their bosses were invited to KSPO(Korea Sports Promotion Foundation) to have presentation about the achievement made after DTM. During the visit, they had the opportunity to build a network that promotes sport development, discuss the current issues and prospective of sport management in modern society, and looked for the ways to cooperate between Korea and developing countries. During one-week schedule, the participants had the chances to visit several sports-related organizations and facilities in Korea such as a tour of bio-mechanics and physiology lab in KISS(Korea Institute of Sport Science) and Korea traditional cultural sites such as Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukchon.  
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  • 2018.10.26
  • Module 6. Sport Event Hosting & Legacy Development
  • This module aims to help students to understand how to host sport events and to manage its legacy. This module attracts DTM students who had interest in this topic and who currently work for related organizations. The lecturer, prof. Seong-Hee Park gives practical examples from many countries in various conditions and cultures. On the last day of the week, they had team presentations of the hosting of sports events, simulating they were the bidding team and delegations from their countries. Date : October 22 – 26, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 2 : Sport Event Management Module 6 : Sport Event Hosting & Legacy Development Professor : prof. Seong-Hee PARK (Division of International Sport and Leisure, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.10.23
  • [Special Lecture] Mr. Eric Saintrond
  • A special Lecture was held on October 22, 2018 at Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 206. The Mr. Eric Saintrond (Secretary General / CEO) from the International University Sports Federation gave a lecture about the “The Challenges of Hosting of Sports Events in Major Cities”. From this lecture, students had an opportunity to understand the ultimate goal of FISU and the roles of sport administrators. Besides, it was a great time to share FISU's vision and views on hosting sports events in major cities. Speaker: Mr. Eric Saintrond (FISU Secretary General / CEO) Date: October 22, 2018 Title: “The Challenges of Hosting of Sports Events in Major Cities”  
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  • 2018.10.23
  • Module 5 Preparing and Operating Sport Events
  • The module provides a chance to learn practical approaches, skills and tools that help people understand how to prepare and operate sport events. Also, the module covers 3 key planning streams such as client, functional, and venue and operating and evaluating systems. Date : October 15 – 19, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 206 Theme 2 : Sport Event Management Module 7 : Preparing and Operating Sport Events Professor : Lisa Hindson (Founder and principal, LHC Global, AUSTRALIA)  
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  • 2018.10.12
  • [Field Trip] KSPO & Olympic Museum
  • First time that 5th and 6th went on a field trip together. DTM students went to Korea Sports Promotion Foundation (KSPO) which has raised national sports promotional funds from cycle racing, motorboat racing, Sport TOTO and contributed them to the enhancement of life standards through the sports and fitness programs. *The Korea Sports Promotion Foundation (KSPO) was founded as a public service corporation on April 20, 1989 with authorization from the Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism in order to commemorate the 1988 Summer Olympics and perform a variety of projects for national sports promotion. As a strong supporter of financial affairs for Korean sports, the KSPO will contribute to improving quality of life so that all Korean people can live in harmony through sports and enjoy a healthy life through sports in daily life. Date: October 12, 2018 (Friday) Venue: KSPO & Olympic Museum (Songpa-gu, Seoul)  
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  • 2018.10.08
  • 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)  
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  • 2018.09.21
  • 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)  
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