Studium Generale 2016 Spring

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LecturerMultiple Instructors
DepartmentG30, 2016 Fall
Recommended for:All Nagoya University Students, faculty members and staff (1 hour / session, 2 session / week, 7 weeks / semester)

Course Overview

Studium Generale is a series of introductory level talks in English by Nagoya University faculty members. Topics cover any research or teaching field at Nagoya University. Everybody is welcome to attend any lecture! The main purpose of Studium Generale is to offer practice in listening to lectures in English. Some of the videos can be watched with Japanese vocabulary annotations and are designed to learn with protable devices such as iPhone and Android. To watch them, click here or on the [NuAcL] icon in the below.

Videos

| Date | Topic | Lecturer | Video | Captioned | Handout | | ------ | -------------------------------------------------------------------- | -------------------------------------------------------------- | --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ | ------------------------------------------------- | | May 10 | Can Economic Integration Make any Difference? | Yasuhiro Doi(Graduate School of Economics) | | | Note | | May 12 | Testing Test | John Shillaw(Nanzan University) | | | | | Jun 2 | I Have a Dream...That the Global 30 Next Shall Flourish | Kosuke Shobatake (International Education and Exchange Center) | | | Note | | Jun 7 | National Treasures in Nagoya: The Tale of Genji Picture Scrolls | Michelle Kuhn(Graduate School of Information Science) | picture | picture | Note | | Jun 9 | Natural History:past and present ways to understand the Tree of Life | Isabelle Vea(Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences) | test | picture | picture | Note | | Jun 16 | Into the Woods | Marie Capron(Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences) | test | | Note |

Course Schedule

Date Topic Lecturer
May 10 Can Economic Integration Make any Difference? Yasuhiro Doi(Graduate School of Economics)
May 12 Testing Tests John Shillaw (Nanzan University)
May 17 Encouraging Women into Science: an Alternative View to Gender Equality Maria Vassileva (School of Science)
May 19 Living with Paradoxes Peter Butko (School of Science)
May 24 Great Expectations: How to Manage and Exceed Expectations in Your Life Carter Witt (NagMag magazine)
May 26 Vitamins: Do We Need Supplements? Berthold Fischer (School of Science)
May 31 What is Gravity? What are Gravitational Waves? What`s Exciting about Them? Yoo Chulmoon (School of Science)
Jun 2 I Have a Dream...That the Global 30 Next Shall Flourish Kosuke Shobatake(International Education and Exchange Center)
Jun 7 National Treasures in Nagoya: The Tale of Genji Picture Scrolls Michelle Kuhn(Graduate School of Information Science)
Jun 9 Natural History: Past and Present Ways to Understand the Tree of Life Isabelle Vea(Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)
Jun 14 Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicine Reginald Bayani Salonga (Meijo University)
Jun 16 Into the Woods Marie Capron(Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences)
Jun 21 Education and Change in Bhutan Chelsea Marie Robies(Graduate School of International Development)
Jun 23 3D Vizualization of Texts for Language Learning? Markus Rude(Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences)

Last updated

December 04, 2017