Studium General Fall 2017

Multiple Instructors

Department: Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Class Time: 2017 Fall
Recommended for: All Nagoya University students, faculty menbers and staff are welcomed to atend!

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Studium Generale (from Latin, General Course) is a unique immersion program into an English-based lecture environment. The course offers exposure to various academic topics presented in an accessible way, and in English.


Date Topic Lecturer Video
October 24 International Career Strategies Kentaro Sawa(Temple University, Japan Campus Career Development Office) picture
October 26 Abe's Russia policy and the prospects for success James BROWN (Temple University, Japan campus) picture
November 2 Infinity, what is that? Erik DARPÖ (Graduate School of Mathematics) picture
November 9 We are all allie: Social and emotional support for a diverse Japan Andrea CARLSON(Aichi Prefectural University) picture

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Date Topic Lecturer
10/24 Developing Your Global Career Strategies Kentaro SAWA (Temple University, Japan campus)
10/26 Abe's Russia policy and the prospects for success James BROWN (Temple University, Japan campus)
10/31 Biomaterials Jin NAKAMURA (Institute for Advanced Research)
11/2 Infinity, what is that? Erik Darpö (Graduate School of Mathematics)
11/7 Standards and Patents Juichi NAGANO (Innovation Strategy Office)
11/9 We are all allies: Social and emotional support for a diverse Japan Andrea CARLSON (Aichi Prefectural University)
11/14 Molecular Catalyst-a Cupid for Molecule Dating Hiroshi NAKA (Research Center for Materials Science)
11/16 Earthquakes in Japan Ilona SAKAGUCHI (Graduate School of Earth & Environmental Sciences)
11/21 My Way of Life as a Japanese Artist Houkou NAKASHIMA (Graduate School of Edu. & Human Development)
11/28 Personalized cosmetics from tropical natural resources? Yoshio OKADA (Academic Research & Industry-Academia-Gov. Collaboration)
11/30 Industrial Heritage in Germany and Japan Oliver MAYER (Aichi University of Education)
12/5 Japanese immigration issues & policy David GREEN (Graduate School of Law)
12/7 New developments in the Japanese universities admissions Marion KINDER (G30 Admission office)
12/12 Japanese Art at World Exhibitions Michelle KUHN (School of Informatics)
12/14 Discussion among participants WRAP-UP SESSION

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