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Prize for the "Proud Engineering Hanyangian Award"■ Choi Gye-sik, the Director of the Korea Institute of Construction Safety Technology ■
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   On May 11, Hanyang University (HYU) held the fourth Proud Engineering Hanyangian Award in the Hanyang Institute of Technology. The prize for Proud Engineering Hanyangian is awarded to HYU graduates that have made big contributions to our society.
   Choi Gye-sik, the director of the Korea Institute of Construction Safety Technology, Byun Jung-su, President of Mando Company and Cheon Kyung-Jun, the vice-president of S1 Company were awarded the fourth Prize of Proud Engineering Hanyangian.
   Choi, one of this year's prize-winners said, "This prize is a personal honor. I received it although there are many other great people among Hanyangians, so I am very thankful." While Choi has a position as the directer of Korea Institute of Construction Safety Technology, he takes other various worthwhile activities. He worked as the vice-president of SSang-yong Engineering and the president of EJtech. Also, he published a university-textbook and gave a lot of help to students. These activities helped him win the prize of Proud Engineering Hanyangian.
   Choi has pride in HYU. He said, "HYU firmly holds the second or third rank in our society. Hanyangians played a leading role in entering the global market of construction in Korea. In the 1960's to 1970's, 70% of overseas expansion from Korea were due to Hanyangians' contributions. Such statistics show that HYU was especially influential in architecture and civil engineering. This was a big issue, because these foreign currencies contributed for Korea's heavy-industry to develope and also contributed Korea to grow up internationally." He advised his junior Engineering colleagues by saying, "Engineering students should have the opportunity to do research and to have meaningful discussions and think out of the box of their major field. It means that students have to study not only Technology, but also study Literature. It makes your thoughts wider and also helpful to your future career. If you stick only to your major field, you will be stereotyped. So you must study different fields as well." He delivered the message that HYU's human studies launched later than other major fields. "To develop HYU globally and socially, it is not desirable that certain fields are way ahead than other fields. Every major field needs mutual supplementation and cooperation." Choi also emphasizes, "I did not have much time to study during my school days. It is very regretful for me. Study hard while you are a student. The world is being constantly developed. It is impossible to reach the summit of study. Study hard and dream big."

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