New Year’s Greetings from the Chancellor and President
Happy New Year! I extend my warmest greetings to you all.
This year marks Chuo University’s 130th anniversary since its foundation. Established under the philosophy of “Fostering the Ability to Apply Knowledge to Practice” and together with the spirit of “One Chuo,” we are committed to carrying on the tradition of providing practical education based on empirical and rational thinking. We are especially focused on leveraging government funding to promote Global Human Resource Development, creating more academic and student exchanges with international institutions as we continue our rapid globalization. Furthermore, Chuo is committed to facilitating world-class collaborative research with international partners and to developing and enhancing our reputation for research of the highest international quality. Underlying our efforts to nurture global young people, our educational philosophy is represented by three key concepts: Diversity, Dialogue and Dignity. Diversity as a foundation for respecting differences, Dialogue as the means for mutual understanding, and Dignity for ensuring a clear worldview.
Chuo strives to ensure a wide variety of opportunities for students to broaden their academic, social and professional horizons, both inside and outside of Japan. In addition, we are committed to fostering a sense of global citizenship and a vision of sustainable planetary stewardship for the Chuo Community as a whole, including students, teachers, staff and graduates.
On the threshold of another promising year of growth and development, I would like to ask the entire Chuo Community, our students, alumni, faculty, and all Chuo stakeholders, for your understanding, support and participation to ensure that 2015 is an especially successful year.
Chancellor and President
- Considering the Issue of Falsification of Public Records— from the Perspective of a Historical Researcher (Junichi Miyama)
- Organic Chemistry Literature Museum – Organic Chemistry in Literature Works(Shinichi Fukuzawa)
- Codification of the Disaster Recovery and Revitalization Law as a Means to Pursue Legal Resilience in Society(Tadashi Okamoto)
- Toward a Society in which it is Possible to Select from Diverse Working Styles(Yumiko Sasaki)
- Do educators have pre-established knowledge? (Junichi Nakamoto)
- Roundtable with Joban Kosan Chairman and Executive Director Kazuhiko Saito and Class of 2014 Graduates :Reflecting the path to recovery and post-quake Tohoku
Student journalists report on the students’ take of Chuo University
- [Global Human Resources Development]
I have a dream
Someday, Kusayakyu will bring the world together
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