Ex-green growth secretary to teach at KAIST2013-09-11Hit:4691
Kim Sang-hyup, former presidential secretary for green growth, was
appointed visiting professor at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology on Monday.
He will teach students at KAIST’s Graduate School of Green Growth in Hongneung, Seoul. The school is a branch of KAIST’s College of Business.
Kim received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from Seoul National University, and launched his career in the media sector before taking office as presidential secretary for green growth. He also served as the presidential secretary for national future and vision.
He is best known as the chief architect of Korea’s green growth policies.
At KAIST, he will lecture on climate change and international cooperation, and on green growth development strategies.