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College Professor Earns Honors in South Korea
University of Wisconsin –Madison civil and environmental engineering professor, Jae “Jim” Park has received the South Korean equivalent of the Congressional Gold Medal for his contributions to a multibillion-dollar river restoration project there.

Park served as the project advisor beginning in 2007 and strongly advocated for river restoration before the government approved it. The restoration focused on the Han, Nakdong, Geum, and Yeongsand rivers, plus several hundred miles of streams. 63% of the South Korea’s population lives in the four-river watershed and park is working with a group of nongovernmental organizations to promote the proper use of the four rivers.


 
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