Event
04/01
2016

[Wed, Apr. 6] Orientation Session to the STIG program


(Limited to the graduate students of the university of Tokyo)
The Science, Technology and Innovation Governance (STIG) is an interdisciplinary education program across the humanities and sciences, which is aimed at fostering human resources who can transcend the conventional boundaries between the humanities and the sciences, boldly address new academic issues across fields, think flexibly, and lead science, technology and innovation policy.
During the Guidance, Professor Tateo Arimoto, who is the Director of the Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Program at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), will give a special lecture. Faculty members from the Graduate School of Public Policy and the School of Engineering, who are in charge of the program, will also give an introduction of the program mainly for new students of the graduate schools. This is an opportunity where you can directly ask the faculty members and clerical officers if you have any questions regarding the program or concerns about the courses and enrollment. There is no need to sign up for the Guidance. Please feel free to join us if you are interested in this interdisciplinary program or considering registering for it.

Venue: Room404, School of Law Bldg., The University of Tokyo
Time & Date:17:00 – 18:30, April 6 (Wed)
Guest Lecture:”Bridging science, society and politics in the changing world”
arimoto
Professor Tateo Arimoto, Director of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Program; Professor

After the Guidance, we will have a get-together party with drinks and snacks, where you will be able to directly speak with the faculty members and the guest lecturer.
The SciREX Center will also provide information on internship.
* The students already registered with the STIG education program are also welcome to attend.
* The Guidance and lecture will be given mainly in Japanese, but we will also respond to questions in English.

Contact us:
STIG@pp.u-tokyo.c.jp