Studium Generale 2018 Fall

VASSILEVA Maria Niko Associate Professor

Department: Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Class Time: 2018 Fall

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Course Overview

Studium Generale 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 Handout
November 1 Perceived Stress and Sleep Quality Among Japanese University Students Josh Brunotte handout (PDF, 2044KB)
November6 Vitamins; do we need supplements? Berthold FISCHER handout (PDF, 2154KB)
November15 Flirting with Trouble: Examining "Repair" in English conversation Sally JONES handout (PDF, 42921KB)
November20 Networked Societies Alvaro DOMINGUEZ handout (PDF, 1156KB)
November22 What Can We Do With Mathematics? Yukari ITO handout (PDF, 2061KB)
November27 What's the Smell? -The Scent of a Molecule Asraa ZIADI handout (PDF, 2363KB)
November29 The Life of an Opera Singer is an Adventure Azusa DODO handout (PDF, 1170KB)
December4 Lawyer, Author, Diplomat, Board Game Designer: Life Lessons Learned In and Out of Japan Chenier LaSalle handout (PDF, 2737KB)
December11 See the Sound, Hear the Light Tsunehiko KOHASHI handout (PDF, 2568KB)
December13 Japanese Independent Cinema Culture in the Post-Studio Era: Jisyu Eiga, Mini-Theaters and the Film Festivals Ran MA handout (PDF, 3998KB)

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Syllabus

Date Topic Lecturer
10/30 Romantic Marginality: Why Annotation Matters Alex WATSON (School of Humanities)
11/1 Perceived Stress and Sleep Quality Among Japanese University Students Josh BRUNOTTE (Aichi Prefectural University)
11/6 Vitamins; do we need supplements? Berthold FISCHER (Graduate School of Science)
11/8 Internationalization of Medical Education Itzel BUSTOS and Branko ALEKSIC (School of Medicine)
11/13 Understanding Platform and Network Businesses through Economics Makoto HANAZONO (School of Economics)
11/15 Flirting with Trouble: Examining "Repair" in English conversation Sally JONES (Graduate School of Languages and Cultures)
11/20 Networked Societies Alvaro DOMINGUEZ (School of Economics)
11/22 What Can We Do With Mathematics? Yukari ITO (Graduate School of Mathematics)
11/27 What's the Smell? -The Scent of a Molecule Asraa ZIADI (ITbM)
11/29 The Life of an Opera Singer is an Adventure Azusa DODO (Opera Singer)
12/4 Lawyer, Author, Diplomat, Board Game Designer: Life Lessons Learned In and Out of Japan Chenier LaSalle (Canadian Embassy)
12/6 Numbers and Infinite Sums Henrik BACHMANN (Graduate School of Mathematics)
12/11 See the Sound, Hear the Light Tsunehiko KOHASHI (School of Science)
12/13 Japanese Independent Cinema Culture in the Post-Studio Era: Jisyu Eiga, Mini-Theaters and the Film Festivals Ran MA (Graduate School of Humanities)
12/18.20 Discussion among participants WRAP-UP SESSIONS

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