The Dankook University (DKU) recruits and manages various supporters. There are many supporter groups - the student supporters of the DKU Innovation Support Project, ‘Dan.i Supporters’ of Innovation Institute for Future Education, and ‘Dan Human’ human rights supporters of the DKU Human Rights Center. The most recent established supporter group is ‘Dan Bio’ for DKU Innovation Sharing University Project. They promote programs in the Innovation Sharing University Project and make ways for Dankookians (Students of DKU) to participate through social media.
|▲ DanBio is running an SNS account to inform Dankookians of the programs more effectively. (Photo from Instagram @dankook_coss)|
These supporters provide quality programs for Dankookians by participating in the planning stage and reviewing the program from the student perspective. Furthermore, they try to expand the participation of Dankookians through creating social media accounts and uploading high-quality promotional materials.
The DKU Innovation Support Project is an institute that strengthens basic university capabilities and strategic specialization in response to future social changes. They are establishing a future creative talent training system that is the basis for national innovation growth through autonomous innovations. Their supporters mainly engage in creating promotional videos, social media promotions, and event support of the institute.
Meanwhile, the Edu AI Center of Innovation Institute for Future Education operates supporters for Dan.i, an AI secretary that customizes education support services. They are engaged in various tasks involving Dan.i such as monitoring, providing feedback, writing regular reports or reviews on utilization cases, and creating promotional content for social media.
You can find detailed information about these supporter groups and various promotional materials about programs on DKU’s website or each institution’s social media accounts. The supporters look forward to being more active after the COVID-19 crisis is resolved. The Dankook Herald hopes more attention will head towards the supporters who work hard for Dankookians and its institutions.
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