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2018 Tokyo Tech Award for Student Leadership

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November 12, 2018

Recipients of the Tokyo Tech Award for Student Leadership for the 2018 academic year were acknowledged on October 24. Awarded annually to 2nd-, 3rd-, and 4th-year bachelor-level students with extraordinary intellect, humanity, creativity, and energy, the award aims to encourage highly motivated students to continue with their studies and work towards becoming global leaders.

2018 commemorative photo

2018 commemorative photo

At the ceremony, President Kazuya Masu awarded the students with their certificates and prizes. After the formalities, the recipients discussed their achievements and plans openly with the president, executive vice presidents, and deans.

2018 Tokyo Tech Award for Student Leadership recipients and award-winning activities

Arashi Hayami
4th year, Polymer Chemistry
  • Activities as leader of ScienceTechno
  • Three award-winning events for participants at 2016 Tokyo Tech Festival
  • Winner of Science Link 2017
Kosuke Tani
4th year, Mechano-Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanical and team leader at 2017 NHK student robot contest — national champions and global top 4 finish
  • Project and team leader at 2018 NHK student robot contest — national top 8 finish
Koya Ohashi
3rd year, Information and Communications Engineering
  • Activities as leader of Tokyo Tech’s Digital Creators Club traP
  • Operator of winning team at METI-sponsored 13th Crisis Management Contest
Haruka Ikegami
3rd year, Industrial Engineering and Economics
  • Activities as TEDxTitech leader
  • Organization of TEDxTitech2018
  • Internship at a HR consulting company in Singapore
Eriko Onuki
3rd year, Architecture and Building Engineering
  • International activities in Global Scientists and Engineers Course, training activities in Europe
  • Project leader for Tokyo Tech Orienteering event organized by Student Association for Global Exchange

2018 Tokyo Tech Award for Student Leadership recipients

2018 Tokyo Tech Award for Student Leadership recipients

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This article has been updated on November 19.

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