Published: August 5, 2021
A 3-day intensive training program in problem solving and creative idea to solve world-scale problems for approximately 30 graduate school students (from doctoral, masters degree program and professional masters degree program), international exchange students and individual workers, with different academic or professional background.
"Glocal" is the idea combing local and global points to develop an individual's invention to innovation.
This program, titled "Design for Humanity - Who Can Care of Me?", focuses on understanding of care in high aging society and how to develop an individuals invention to worldwide innovation.
Participating graduate students from doctoral and masters programs in mixed group, through discussions, activities, modeling, and poster presentation, can acquire the ability of leadership, interdisciplinary knowledge, and communication, not only to lead a team as a researcher or an entrepreneur but also to create a collaboration, to establish networks with researchers in other specialties and to understand the extraprofessional knowledge and a new viewpoint by cultural exchange.
On the final day, each team will participate in poster presentation. Teams with excellent proposals will receive an award.
Monday, September 13, 2021 - Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Approximately 30 persons
Those who can participate for the 3 days afternoon. Graduate Student (Masters Program, Professional Masters Degree Program, and Doctoral Program), Research Student*, Special Auditing Student*, International Exchange Student*
From Monday, August 9 to Friday, September 3, 2021. Before 17:00.
(one credit of Liberal Arts Courses)
LAH.C619: Glocal Doctor Japan Y1, (for students in doctoral program)
LAH.A541: Glocal Japan Y1, (for students in masters degree program and professional masters degree program)
Opening Remarks, General Instruction, Team Building, Lecture
Lecture, Team Activity for Final Presentation
Preparation, Final Presentation, Award for Team
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Special Lecture: "Shortage of care workers threatens Japan; How should we meet a challenge?"
Special Lecture: Economic Value of Care: In Japan, the high aging society, it is essential to promote care services as a new industry.
Proposing the industrialization of care to maintain health of the aged and support nursing care workers.
Special Lecture: "Orthopedic Treatment of Injured Aged Persons"