An introductory course for "Policy Management", which is a core concept of SFC. SFC aims at integrating various perspectives to identify issues and employ interdisciplinary approaches in understanding and providing solutions for them. It also embraces scholars' active involvement in solving issues, rather than staying at a distance as objective watchers. This course demonstrates to the incoming students, how SFC community actually implement Policy Management approaches in solving the world's isses. We will be inviting many faculty members as well as outside guest to show how they are approaching issues.
Kenkyu-kai will be a central forum where each student pursue
their own agenda. Will be introducing many Kenkyu-kai that are
exploring frontiers of knowledge and action.
Wada Lab - Having some math and economics background will be great
Iba Lab- English Only Kenkyukai
Kotosaka Lab- English Only Kenkyukai
Freedman Lab - English Only Kenkyukai
Takashio-Social robots. (RG)
Rod- Quantum computing. (RG)
Other Kenkyukai are mixed with Japanese and English.
Caucus election! Deliberations of policies and voting. All
group will have presentation for the whole class.
9:30-9:41 Presentation +Q&A of group 6 (Japanese consumerism in the aging population)
9:42-9:53 Presentation +Q&A of group 3 (Sustainable Fish Farming)
9:54-10:05 Presentation +Q&A of group 5 (English Language Education in Japan)
10:06-10:17 Presentation +Q&A of group 1 (Hydrogen Future of Japan)
10:18-10:29 Presentation +Q&A of group 2 (Scholarship)
10:30-10:41 Presentation +Q&A of group 4 (Diversity & Inclusion)
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