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Campus Now

Midsummer Issue (Jul. 2013)

NEWS REPORT

Two professors from Waseda University received awards
Implementation of the core strategies of “Waseda Vision 150”
Holding the United States-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange (CULCON) Symposium
Completion of a new high-rise school building in Toyama Campus
Adopted for the “International Science Innovation Center Development Project”
Reporting the latest results from the “Waseda of Research”
Unpublished information materials of Shuji Terayama entrusted to the Theatre Museum
Symposium to commemorate the 5th anniversary of TWIns
Grand “Spring Volunteer Fair 2013”
2,700 students came to the “Spring Study Abroad Fair”
Holding exhibitions on art and history
Seminar to review issues of cultivating global professionals
Exciting “Waseda Student Culture and Art Festival 2013”

SPECIAL REPORT
State of education is changing.
“Education utilizing ICT”

Potential of education utilizing ICT
New form of education using ICT
Educators’ views on the future of ICT education
Media Network Center & Distance Learning Center

Message to the second century

Learning Japanese culture and cultivating foundation. True global perspective lies ahead of it.

Donald Keene, Professor Emeritus of Columbia University, Scholar of Japanese literature

My study,My career

Research on today’s various social issues from applied linguistics perspective

Emi Sauzier-Uchida, Professor, Faculty of Political Science and Economics

A WASEDA Miscellany

My pleasure : discussing with students,reflecting the attraction of words

Odile DUSSUD(Professor, Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences)

Career compass
Students and career choices

Gather information using your own feet and make a satisfactory choice of your career path.

Shotaro Ono (Assistant to Director at the Human Resource Planning Unit, Human Resource Department, Japan International Cooperation Agency)

Waseda rediscovery

The monument that watches the peace of Waseda