- 2019 IE Program Orientation ScheduleHere is the schedule for the 2019 IE Program Orientation for Teachers and 26th Annual Faculty Development Symposium on University English Teaching.
- Welcome to the 2019 Academic YearWe welcome you to the 2019 academic year! Wishing students and teachers an adventurous, enjoyable, and productive year!
- 2019 IE Program Orientation Schedule
tag cloudacting activism art comedy conference counseling documentary drama Earth Day environment festival film film festival food IE_Program inspiration international JALT lecture lifelong learning musical NGO NPO orientation performance play politics public lecture refugee social issues suicide teachers teaching TELL theater theatre TIP training UN UNHCR vegan vegetarian volunteer war workshop
Category Archives: Events at AGU
Three speakers–a professional surfer (Wako Dai); an organizer of the Yokonori Nippon Film Festival (Kenmochi Ryosuke), a festival featuring films that celebrate surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding; and a marine researcher (Kyo Masanori) will speak about their love of surfing, the oceans, … Continue reading
We would like to announce a free screening of “Zan,” a documentary about the last of the Okinawan Dugong and the people who strive to protect them. Located in the outstandingly beautiful and bio diverse Henoko, Oura bay, the Dugong … Continue reading
Makoto Fujimura, the artist and the author of the books Silence and Beauty and Culture Care, brings Fujimura Fellow and Gospel Singer/Producer September Penn, and New York Times writer Ivan Penn to Tokyo. There will be lectures and a Q&A … Continue reading
Members of Black Stripe Theater will perform an adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic masterpiece ‘A Hound of the Baskervilles’, a story of mystery, murder, and the supernatural. Based on one of the best-loved novels of all-time and featuring the … Continue reading
The speaker, Airi Yamawaki, will show movie clips and photo images from her organization’s activities in both Kenya and Japan. She will talk about how complex it is to protect wildlife, especially a species like the African Elephant, where some … Continue reading
Speaker: Ms. Linda Ohama Topic: “Obachan’s Garden” and Wartime Internment of Japanese Residents of Canada and America Location: Aoyama Campus, Room 17-610 (Honda Auditorium) Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 Time: 1:10 PM to 2:40 PM (3rd period) Ms. Linda Ohama … Continue reading
The distinguished speaker, Ms. Harumi Torii, established the non-profit organization Kids Earth Fund (KEF) in 1988 from one drawing. A thoughtful drawing by her son reminded her that children with pure hearts are key in making the world a better … Continue reading
Prof. Junichi Miyazawa of AGU’s School of Cultural and Creative Studies has announced the opportunity to see a special screening of a film that his students provided the subtitles for. It was one of the films shown at the UNHCR … Continue reading
Speaker: Ms. Linda Ohama Topic: A talk on the documentary: TOHOKU NO SHINGETSU Location: Aoyama Campus, 本多記念国際会議場 Building 17, 6th Floor, Honda Auditorium Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 Time: 1:20 PM to 2:50 PM (3rd period) Ms. Linda Ohama is … Continue reading