Chuo Harassment Awareness x Diversity Week 2018: from Saturday, November 10th to Friday, November 16th
Chuo University Diversity Promotion Working Group
A university campus is a place where diverse people meet, with learning as a shared purpose. When each of us—all unique in some way—meets and interacts with one another, joy and happiness, food for thought and action for life, and the seeds of new knowledge and wisdom often arise. However, at the same time, misunderstandings and prejudices toward people who are different could create conflicts, injustice, and discrimination, sometimes making the campus an unsafe place for some of us.
The "Publicness" of Transportation and Public Utilities, and Their Place Between the Government and the Market
Transportation and public utilities are vital elements of our everyday lives, and are something we are all familiar with. Because of this, stories related to transportation and public utilities are often covered by the media. For example, stories about road congestion during holiday periods, price hikes and cuts in electricity, gas and water, and the development of autonomous driving technology are all related to transportation and public utilities.
Assistant professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University
I study English-language literature. My primary field of study is poetry, but I also look at other forms of writing such as essays, nonfiction, and journalism.
Searching for Treasure during Overseas Research: Rethinking how to Return Research Results to Society
Professor, Faculty of Economics, Chuo University
The work of university faculty members can be broadly divided into three elements: education, university administration, and research. For people such as students, parents, graduates, etc., education is the easiest element to understand as interaction with students.
Kanagawa Prefectural Assembly
I currently serve as a member of the Kanagawa Prefectural Assembly. Upon hearing the title of prefectural assembly member, some people imagine a job that consists of giving speeches at festivals and other local events. Actually, that’s correct. One of my jobs is to participate in local activities as a guest.
Specially Appointed Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
In school and college education, educators are always mulling over how to instruct learners effectively. I have given this title as an essential question toward educators, and many scholars have discussed it. As I train teachers in this university, I would like to focus on this question by going back to the basics.
It would be my pleasure if there were any areas that readers could resonate over the discussion below.
Newest Edition 2018 Autumn Issue
Student journalists report on the students’ take of Chuo University
The school's history and motto have been passed on to graduates and students alike. Here is a visualization of Chuo University in the future.
Launching Chuo University's Knowledge into Action to the rest of the world, like an infinity of sparkling stars scattered throughout space.