DTM NEWS

  • 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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  • 2018.09.18
  • 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)  
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  • 2018.09.10
  • [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)  
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  • 2018.09.05
  • Fall 2018 Welcome Dinner
  • Dtm Snu 2018 Welcome Dinner on Tuesday, September 4th completed with nice people and fantastic food. The Welcome Dinner was provided for DTM family members who are future sport leaders. 23 students from 22 countries delivered an introductory speech that thanks to the dedicated work of all professors, staffs, and fellow students. It was a great time to enhance social connections and spark friendships with people from diverse cultures. Venue: Hoam Marronnier Hall Date: September 4th 2018  
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  • 2018.08.27
  • [Field Trip] Jincheon National Training Center
  • Dream Together Master shared Korea National Team's dreams and passions by visiting Jincheon National Training Center, one of the largest and most recent Olympic level sports hub in Korea for the athletes' systematized training for international competitions. It was good to have gained practical and sporting experience of the field.   Venue: Jincheon National Training Center   In 2005, the KSOC commenced the building of a new 1,041,180 square meter training center in Jincheon, Chungcheongbuk-do. This center is an important aspect in the KSOC's expansion of training facilities. The first stage of construction was from 2005 to 2011, and the second stage is from 2012 to 2017. The new center will have facilities with the capacity of 1150 athletes for 35 sports. Source: KSOC   Time: August 24th 2018    
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  • 2018.08.16
  • [Field Trip] Maritime Sport Experience
  • Especially, this summer in Korea is pretty hot, humid, and sticky. Lucky for us, however, there are plenty of things to do. Dream Together Master 5th batch students visited Goseong, Danghangpo yacht school to learn the theories and applicable skills of maritime sports.  The students learned theoretical and practical knowledge of yacht, wind surfing, kayaking and how to continue to sail independently. Date : August 13th-15th, 2018. Venue : Goseung, Danghangpo
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