FY 2021

Training

Overseas Training

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Domestic Training

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Lectures

Special consecutive public lectures for freshmen

Due to the global impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have decided to hold a series of public lectures for new students at the University of Tsukuba, who have been unable to lead a normal university life that has been previously taken for granted. The lectures are designed to encourage new students who have been struggling with online education upon their enrollment and aim to help students improve their intellectual curiosity and vitality essential for their future campus life.

  1. 1st Lecture “What to learn and think about during university: To Live a Strong at With-Corona, Post-Corona Era”
    Lecturer: Prof. Tosaku Yasuhiko (University of California, San Diego)
    Date: Monday, July 12, 2021
    Location: Zoom Meeting
    → report of the event on the day is here

Lecture Series “The Future of Central Eurasia and Japan”

The NipCA Project aims to contribute to the development of local communities through stimulating awareness about sustainability issues not only among NipCA Fellows, but also among faculty members, researchers and students in and out of the university. Since its establishment, the project has been holding a series of public lectures by experts on themes related to social and global issues facing the Central Eurasian region and Japan. These lectures are also part of the University of Tsukuba Super Global University (SGU) project.
(The lectures will be held starting from the 24th session in 2021 Fiscal Year)

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International Conferences

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Other events, etc.

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