to the Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering Concentration
at GIST College.
"Three nights dream (dream) ... earth environmental engineering!"
Interested in Earth & Environmental Engineering major Jefferson University students! nice to meet you! Give your greetings to "Three Dreams".
First Dream (Dream I): "The Princess Keeps Dreams" Given the vulgar philosophy, green signals can easily be captured, and in the case of an older generation, there is an antipathy. If you pursue your dreams in earth science and environmental engineering in your area, your potential may be lost.
Second Dream (Dream Ⅱ): I will try my best to be a "major who keeps dreams". I will try to raise my major who can design my dreams and protect my dreams on my own, rather than majors who start to worry about what kind of future I should jump into when I am in the fourth grade. We are trying to establish a systematic majors / mentoring program to maximize opportunities to meet the diverse occupation of majors such as graduate schools, studying abroad, national research institutes, UN officials, domestic and overseas employment, and CEOs. I'll do it.
Third Dream (Dream Ⅲ): I will try my best to become a "dream beyond dream". Whether you are a worker, a member of society, or a dream you want, we have an average age of 50 years or more, and at some point you have to try new challenges. In order to design dreams beyond dreams, we will establish a continuous human network that will create new jobs through continuous exchanges of students, professors, graduates and professors, even after graduation. I will do my best to become a sustainable majors so that I can design dreams too.
We promise to strive to become an EE major that can talk about dreams, happiness, and philosophy all night long, looking forward to meeting you often online or offline.
Professor Han Seung-hee, Director of Earth and Environmental Engineering Concentration