Konyang University

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Konyang University (건양대학교; RR: Geonyang), located in Nonsan, South Korea, is a private university. It was founded in 1991.

Konyang University has campuses in Nonsan and Daejeon. The Nonsan campus is the main campus. It is the location of the university's new College of Interdisciplinary and Creative Studies.

The Daejeon campus has programs in Western medicine, medical technology, and nursing. In 2013, Konyang began the first Korean program in Medical Space Design & Management. [1] The university is accredited by the Korean Council for University Education. The Daejeon campus also hosts the Konyang Cyber University, the president of which is Lee Won-mook.

The university's founder and long-time president was Dr. Kim Hi-soo. He was given the 2006 South Korean Mugunghwa Order of Civil Merit Medal (국민훈상무궁화장) prize for outstanding citizen, for his work in supporting education. In September of 2017, Chung Yeon-ju became the current president. [2][3]

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  1. "[Feature]'Hospitals are not just buildings' - Korea Biomedical Review". www.koreabiomed.com. 6 October 2017.
  2. "정연주 제9대 건양대 총장 취임 "건양가족, 지역주민, 학생 함께 동행"". 네이버 블로그 - 건양대학교 공식블로그.
  3. "South Korea to continue aiding Kingdom's healthcare sector - Khmer Times". 19 September 2019.