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Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

The Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (AgFM) pursues sustainability education based on systems thinking that teaches values, attitudes and lifestyle toward sustainable future of agricultural and forest ecosystems.

Our vision is to create sustainable solutions to the challenges facing the agricultural and forest ecosystems and the environment which play an important role in complex ecological-societal systems and the challenges that may arise in the future. The AgFM program cultivates leaders with stewardship ready to take on the sustainability challenge by implementing the sustainable solutions to local to global the communities. To achiev our vision, we focus on educating four core competencies for sustainability along with the basic interpersonal competence through resilience based "systems thinking" and "visioneering." The four core competencies are: (1) "systems thinking competence" to see the whole problem, (2) "normative competence" to set standards with a clear paradigm, (3) "strategic competence" to plan and maneuver carefully; and (4) "anticipatory competence" to predict the future with insights based on past experience. The core paradigm of the AgFM program is "visioneering", which means "engineering of vision" and refers to the pursuit and realization of a harmonious triad of governance, management and monitoring. Governance refers to the vision casting, management refers to the operationalization of vision, and monitoring refers to the process of synthesizing data into a story-telling that will guide to learn adaptability.

Students in the AgFM Program can choose to obtain a master's or Ph.D degree in Agriculture, Science or Engineering depending on the field of students specialty. Students will be able to advance into domestic and foreign companies, research institutes, educational, administrative and international organizations after having accumulated practical experiences through internship courses which are required for graduation.
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Faculty
Name Department TEL Email
Professor
Kim, Joon
Department of Landscape Architecture and Rural Systems Engineering, CALS +82-2-880-4663 joon@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Park, Eun Woo
Department of Applied Biology and Chemistry, CALS +82-2-880-4672 ewpark@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Lee, In-Bok
Department of Landscape Architecture and Rural Systems Engineering, CALS +82-2-880-4586 iblee@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Lim Gyu Ho
+82-2-880-6752 gyuholim@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Im, Sangjun
Department of Forest Sciences, CALS +82-2-880-4759 junie@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Choi, Jin-Yong
Department of Landscape Architecture and Rural Systems Engineering, CALS +82-2-880-4583 iamchoi@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Heo Sung wook
+82-2-880-9137 heosw@snu.ac.kr
Professor
Hong Sok(Brian) Kim
Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, CALS +82-2-880-4717 briankim66@snu.ac.kr
Associate Professor
Kim, Kwang Soo
Department of Plant Science, CALS +82-2-880-4546 luxkwang@snu.ac.kr
Associate professor
Kim Ghiseok
Department of Biosystems & Biomaterials Science and Engineering, CALS +82-2-880-4603 ghiseok@snu.ac.kr
Associate Professor
Kim Hyun Seok
Department of Forest Sciences, CALS +82-2-880-4752 cameroncrazies@snu.ac.kr
Associate Professor
Ryu, Young-Ryel
Department of Landscape Architecture and Rural Systems Engineering, CALS +82-2-880-4871 yryu@snu.ac.kr
Associate professor
Suh Kyo
+82-33-339-5810 kyosuh@snu.ac.kr
Associate professor
Oh Neung Hwan
+82-2-880-5653 onh@snu.ac.kr
Assistant professor
Jung Su Jong
+82-2-880-5664 sujong@snu.ac.kr
Visiting professor
Nam Je Chul
Department of Plant Science, CALS +82-2-871-0235 jcnam5905@snu.ac.kr