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Osaka University NewsLetter #71 published (Spring 2016)

2016-3-10(Thu)

Osaka University's quarterly newsletter, Osaka University NewsLetter #71, has been published. It contains information about advanced research, student activities, and other news regarding Osaka University. Osaka University NewsLetter can be found at various locations around Osaka University's campuses, including the Nakanoshima Center, as well as the Osaka Monorail's Handai-byoin-mae and Senri-Chuo stations, so faculty, staff, students, and alumni are encouraged to take a look.

For more detailed information about where you pick up a copy of Osaka University NewsLetter, click here.

This publication is only available in Japanese.

NewsLetter #71

The cover of this issue features the Osaka University Lacrosse Team, who recently won 1st place in the Kansai Division and 2nd place in the Japan Lacrosse Association National University Championship. Other contents of this issue include a conversation between OU alumna and President of Congress Corporation TAKEUCHI Noriko and Osaka University President NISHIO Shojiro, information on diverse education and research, a company visit to Daikin, and a story on SHIRAKUNI Noriyuki, Corporate Officer and General Manager of the Maglev System Development Division, JR Central Japan. This issue is full of content, so please take a look!

 

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NewsLetter Distribution

Osaka University NewsLetter can be found at the following locations.

For those inside the University

• Libraries at Osaka University

• 1F, Nakanoshima Center

• Osaka University Coop

• 1F, Osaka University Administration Bureau

• 2F, Icho Kaikan

For those outside the University

• 1F, Nakanoshima Center

• Tekijuku

• Handai-byoin-mae Station (Osaka Monorail) 

• Senri-Chuo Station ticket gates (Osaka Monorail)

• Machikaneyama Shugakukan, Osaka University Museum

For those in the Tokyo area

• Osaka University Tokyo Office

• Gakushikaikan

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