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Osaka University NewsLetter, No. 65, published

2014-9-18(Thu)

Osaka University's quarterly, Osaka University NewsLetter, No. 65, has been published. It contains information about advanced research being conducted, students activities, and other topics concerning Osaka University. Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are strongly encouraged to peruse it on a regular basis.

NewsLetter, No. 65

nl65_pngThe cover photo of the current issue features students selected to participate in the Tobitate! [Fly away!] Study Abroad Program.

Articles in the quarterly feature:

  1. An interview with "Tobitate" selectees regarding their determination to study abroad.
  2. A Tekijuku special talk between the world-famous architect ANDO Tadao and President HIRANO.
  3. The President's talk with world history researchers.
  4. An introduction to researchers taking a new look at the world through electronic and atomic force microscopes as well as multidisciplinary research in different fields.
  5. Interviews with two graduates: DEGAWA Tetsuro (Director, The Museum of Oriental Ceramics, Osaka) and YABU Akiyo ([the first female] President of West Japan Railway Company Group).
  6. "Seeing first-hand" -- students' visit to Rihga Royal Hotel.
  7. An introduction of OU students' activities -- "ToolBox" who challenged the world as representatives of Japan.

You can view the latest issue and back issues of the NewsLetter on the Osaka University website by going here.

Special Issue

Special Issue
In addition, a special issue of the Osaka University NewsLetter has just been issued containing NewsLetter coverage of the past year. Peruse it and note anew the activities our students and graduates are engaged in, the characteristics that make Osaka University stand out -- Osaka University, going forward to become World Tekijuku!

These latest issues are also available for viewing at the locations noted below:

  • Osaka University libraries
  • 1F, Nakanoshima Center
  • Osaka University Coop
  • 1F, Osaka University Administration Bureau
  • Tekijuku
  • Handai-byoin-mae Station and Senri Chuo Station on the Osaka Monorail
  • Machikaneyama Shugakukan
  • Museum of Osaka University
  • Osaka University Tokyo Office (Tokyo)
  • Gakushi-kaikan (Tokyo)

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