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Advanced Minor Program Fair

2009-10-16 (Fri) - 2009-10-17 (Sat)

Advanced Minor Program Fair (Part 2) -- "Start with Your Specialty plus Something"

Posters of the various advanced minor programs scheduled to be conducted in the 2009 - 2010 academic year will be presented at this fair.

This fair is especially intended for persons enrolled in these programs, individuals interested in advance minor programs, and university-related persons (Note: student ID cards or library cards are needed for admission.)

Individuals interested in participating in the advanced minor programs are also cordially invited to this fair.

Persons attending this fair will receive a small gift.


Programs in this fair:

(The name in brackets is the program organizer.)

  • Master's Course for Development of Problem-Solving Capabilities in Health and Medical Fields (Graduate School of Medicine)
  • Program to Develop Advanced Cancer Treatment Professionals (Graduate School of Medicine)
  • City Design and Planning (Graduate School of Engineering)
  • Environmental Risk Management (Graduate School of Engineering)
  • Theory and Technology in Applied Natural Language Processing (Graduate School of Language and Culture)
  • Global Leadership Program (Osaka School of International Public Policy)
  • IT Spiral (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology)
  • Advanced Information Network Specialists (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology)
  • Theory and Practice in Intercultural Communication (International Student Center)
  • Personnel Training Program in Advanced Medical Engineering and Integrated Informatics -- Professional Course (The Center for Advanced Medical Engineering and Informatics)
  • Personnel Training Program in Advanced Medical Engineering and Integrated Informatics -- Advanced Professional Development Course (The Center for Advanced Medical Engineering and Informatics)
  • Communication Design (Center for the Study of Communication-Design)
  • Finance and Insurance (Center for the Study of Finance and Insurance)
  • Global Collaboration (Global Collaboration Center)
  • Human Security and Social Development (Global Collaboration Center)
  • Judicial Interpretation/Translation (Global Collaboration Center)
  • Sustainability (Center of Environmental Innovation Design for Sustainability)
  • Advanced Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Interdisciplinary Research Training Program -- 1st semester of Doctor's program (Organization for the Promotion of Research on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)
  • Advanced Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Interdisciplinary Research Training Program -- 2nd semester of Doctor's program for working students (Organization for the Promotion of Research on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology)
Overview lectures on the above programs will be presented by representatives from:

• The Center for Advanced Medical Engineering and Informatics

• International Student Center

• Global Collaboration Center
Date: 2009-10-16 (Fri) - 2009-10-17 (Sat)
Organizer: Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Education
Venue: Library Hall, 6th floor, Main Library, Osaka University
Registration: Not required.
URL: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/jp/facilities/platform/content/index.html
Contact: Ms. Itoh or Ms. Seo at 06-6850-6652 (Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Education Office, Osaka University, 6th floor, Lecture Building, Institute for Higher Education Research and Practice, 1-16, Machikaneyama-cho, Toyonaka 560-0043)
GAKUSAI-C@star.jim.osaka-u.ac.jp

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