HISTORY

2016

  • Mr. Moo-Keun Lee (Medicine '73) donated $3,000 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • Mr. Ok-Suk Lee (Medicine '57) donated $5,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Anonymous alumnus in LA donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mr. Kyu-Ho Lee (Medicine '73) donated $10,000 to Korea University for scholarship of College of Medicine.

  • Mr. Soo-Ja Lee (Medicine '57) donated $1,000 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • College of Nursing alumni in Southern California donated $5,000 to Korea University for College of Nursing development fund.

2015

  • Mr. Moo-Keun Lee (Medicine '73) donated $3,000 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • Mr. Marvin Chow who is working at Google donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mr Wan-Mo Kang (Business '75) donated $5,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mr. Hung-Soo Sul (Medicine) donated $20,000 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • Mrs. Jung-Sook Lim (Nuring '69) donated $10,000 to Korea University for College of Nursing development fund.

  • Mr. Ki-Sung Bae (Agricultural Chemistry '70) donated $10,000 to Korea University for the Soccer team.

2014

 

  • College of Nursing alumni in Southern California donated $5,000 to Korea University for College of Nursing development fund.

  • College of Medicine alumni (22nd) in US donated $48,100 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • Mr. Moo-Keun Lee (Medicine '73) donated $3,000 to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • QualComm donated $100,000 to Korea University for Qualcomm Innovation Award Scholarships.

  • Mr. Soo-Dong Lee donated $1,000,000 to Korea University for the Engineering study exchange program with The George Washington University

  • Mr. Joong-Keun Park (Business '74) donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mr. Hung-Soo Sul (Medicine) donated a property in Korea ($1,000,000 value) to Korea University for College of Medicine development fund.

  • Mr Wan-Mo Kang (Business '75) donated $5,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Anonymous alumnus in LA donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mrs. Jung-Hee Han (Nursing '70) donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • College of Nursing Alumni in US donated $10,000 to Korea University for College of Nursing development fund.

  • Mr. Hyun-Suk Kang (English '60) donated $10,000 to Korea University for global leadership program

  • Mr. Dong-Woo Lee (English ’53) donated $50,000 to Korea University for 5Talents Scholarship.

2013

  • Mr. Seon-Il Hwang (Physics '61) donated $181,526.94 to Korea University for the development fund.
  • College of Medicine alumni in US donated $140,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • College of Medicine alumni (class of 64) in US donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Mr Jin-Hang Cho (Law '81) donated $10,000 to Korea University for students at Se-Jong campus.

  • Mr. Dong-Woo Lee (English ’53) donated $50,000 to Korea University for 5Talents Scholarship. He promised to donate $50,000 every year.

  • College of Nursing Alumni in US donated $33,980 to Korea University for College of Nursing development fund.

  • Mrs. Hwa-Sik & Yong-Sik Min donated $10,000 to Korea University for the development fund.

  • Southern California alumni donated $3,000 by selling Hoodies at the year-end party.

2012

  • IFKU donated $500,000 to Korea University for the development fund.
  • Mr. Dong-Woo Lee (English ’53) donated $50,000 to Korea University for 5Talents Scholarship. He promised to donate $50,000 every year.

  • Mr Kyu-Ho Lee ('50) who lives in Irvine donated $10,000.

2011

  • Mr. Seon-Il Hwang (Physics '61) donated $320,00 to Korea University for a development fund.

2010

  • With the help of Qualcomm, we made a $100,000 donation to Korea University for a scholarship fund to support two Ph.D. students at Korea University. We sincerely appreciate the generous grant from Qualcomm

2009

  • With the help of Qualcomm, we made a $100,000 donation to Korea University for a scholarship fund to support two Ph.D students at Korea University. We sincerely appreciate the generous grant from Qualcomm.

2004

  • $500,000 donation to Korea University for the establishment of the Endowed Chair Professorship in Life Science and Biotechnology at Korea University. The initial chair will be given to Dr. Park, Jungsuh Kim. Dr. Park is the first scientist to find G-style Liver Cancer Virus and medicine for C-style and E-style Liver Cancer Medicine.
    Dr. Park joined as a professor at KU College of Life Science. The establishment of this Endowed Chair Professorship was made with a grant from Bently Pressurizing Company of Ohio.
  • $50,000 donation commitment for scholarships for U.S. students attending K.U. Summer School programs.

2003

  • $50,000 donation to Korea University for the expansion of the Gymnasium facility
  • $42,000 donation to Korea University for the General Scholarship fund

2002

  • $5,000 donation to Korea University for the General Scholarship fund
  • $28,500 donation to Korea Society for Conference

2001

  • $62,000 donation to Korea University for the General Scholarship fund
  • $35,600 donation to Korea Society for Conference to help fund the "Korea-U.S. Alliance in an Era of Newly Emerging Global Threat: Current Dynamics and Future Prospects" Conference held at Georgetown University on December 2001.
  • $24,000 Contribution to Korea University Professors and other International Scholars for participation in the Korea-U.S. Relationship and Forward Looking Global Political Movement Conference held at Georgetown University, Washington D.C. on December 2001.

2000

  • $50,000 donation to Korea Society for the Geopolitical Scholastic Conference held at Georgetown University, Washington D.C. on December 2000.
  • $10,000 donation to Korea University for Expansion of the K.U. Nursing School Facility
  • $5,000 donation to Korea University for the General Scholarship Fund
  • $2,500 donation to Korea University to support K.U. students' participation in the International Academic Conference

1999

  • $125,000 donation to Korea University for the K.U. Athletic Department Scholarship Fund
  • $10,000 donation to Korea University for Research Funding for the Korean Culture Research Center
  • $18,000 Contribution for Korea Forum Activities.

1998

  • $17,000 donation to Korea University for the University Baseball Team
 

Conferences

December 2001

  • Topic: Korea-U.S. Alliance in an Era of Newly Emerging Global Threat: Current Dynamics and Future Prospects
  • Organizer: Korea University
  • Sponsor: IFKU, Dong-A Ilbo, and two Korean Conglomerates.
  • Location: Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
  • Participants: Over 40 globally well-known scholars on Asian policies. Some participants/invited guests were Condoleezza Rice, the U.S. Presidential National Security Advisor, Victor Cha, Asian specialist and professor at Georgetown University. Also several assistant secretary level U.S. officials from the State and the Defense Departments, as well as known scholars and Ambassadors / or their representatives from Russia, China, Japan, Hungary. Also, 15 professors from various universities from Korea, including Korea University Chancellor, Mr. Jung-Bae Kim were in attendance.

    The two day conference focused on the relationship between North Korea and South Korea as well as the global impact of current Korean political issues. The conference had many formal presenters which were followed by a full scale discussion forum.

December 2000

  • Topic: Geopolitical Scholarstic Conference for Memory of the 50th Anniversary of Korean War
  • Organizer: Korea Society, N.Y.
  • Sponsor: IFKU
  • Location: Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
  • Participants: Over 40 well-known scholars from Korea, the U.S., Japan, China, Russia and other countries.

May 1999

  • Topic: Economic Forum for Korean and its Business Community
  • Organizer: International Foundation of Korea University (IFKU)
  • Location: Hilton Hotel, New York Queens
  • Participants: Several professors from Korea University and several U.S. Officials from U.S. Department of Commerce.

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