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2008 ID KAIST Graduation

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On February 29, 2008, 1 PH.D student, 7 Masters Degree students, and 19 university graduates from IDKAIST met their graduation ceremony. IDKAIST professors held a farewell party for the graduates and graduates’ parents and provided an opportunity for the students and professors to say their good-byes. In this event, IDKAIST department head, professor Gun Pyo Lee, gave students congratulatory addresses while students gave thankful replies. Professors of IDKAIST prepared farewell performances therefore enabled a very emotional and kindhearted atmosphere.
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