Education across the globe has seen monumental shifts in the last four years, and the field of engineering is no exception.

I am your host, Dora Smith. Today we've invited Shannon O'Donnell, who leads global academic engagement at Siemens digital industry software, to help us talk about engineering education in South Korea. Shannon O'Donnell talks to Dr. Yim,  a professor of engineering at Hongik University, and Dr. Donghyuk Shin, an assistant professor at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

In this episode, you will learn about the importance of the Collaboration between academia and industry, and the importance of the Integration of real-world applications and hands-on learning opportunities in the classroom to enhance students' understanding and readiness for the industry. In addition, you will also get to hear about the dynamic nature of engineering education in South Korea, and the importance of continuous adaptation to meet the evolving needs of students and the industry.

In this episode, you will learn about:

Engineering education in South Korea and global collaborations. (4:43)

Engineering education and industry needs. (8:28)

Progress in sustainability education in South Korea (18:14)

Adapting to technological changes in the classroom. (21:19)

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