GIGA Program International Workshop on 4th March: "Roles of Asian Countries and Regions in Global Information Society, Nurturing Global Leaders"
As a part of the Project for Establishing Core Universities for Internationalization (Global 30), the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies will launch a new program named “Global Information and Communication Technology and Governance Academic (GIGA) Program” in September 2011.
The program is an international program that allows undergraduate students to acquire degrees by successfully completing course work in English. Intellectuals from home and abroad will hold discussions about what kind of course is attractive for students overseas especially in Asia, and how to nurture global leaders in Global Information Society. The workshop aims for participants to exchange practical information and to build cooperative relationships in order to overcome challenges of launching a course delivered only in English in Japan.
Date: 4th March, 2010 13:00～18:00
Venue: Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus(SFC) Room τ12
MC: Prof. Tatsuya Hagino, Chairperson, SFC Global 30 Working Group, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Speakers from Keio University SFC:
Prof. Jun Murai, Dean, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Prof. Hideyuki Tokuda, Dean, Graduate School of Media and Governance
Prof. Jiro Kokuryo, Dean, Faculty of Policy and Management
Prof. Kilnam Chon, Graduate School of Media and Governance
Prof. Jung-Hoon Lee, Dean, Underwood International College, Yonsei University
Prof. Ethan L. Miller, Computer Science Department, University of California, Santa Cruz
Prof. Akihiro Yamamoto, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
Prof. Etsuko Katsu, Vice President, Meiji University
Registration: Participants are advised to register by email, and to bring two business cards on the day of the workshop.
Inquires: Keio University Shonan Fujisawa CampusGlobal 30 Secretariat
Mail: [email protected]