Means of Social and Regional Civil Engagement

Various social and regional collaborative civil engagement projects are underway at the Research Center for Liberal Arts.
Collaborations with various regions have been established in order to engage in a variety of social activities that will produce substantial results. This activities include the “Mita-no-Ie (Mita House)”, Kadobeya, the Shonai Seminars, HAPP, Hiyoshi Campus University Outreach Lecture, and the Science Cafe. Currently, these activities represent the “exchange and collaboration-related projects,” one of the three pillars of the Research Center for Liberal Arts.

Past Results

Three sessions of the “Social and Regional Civil Engagement Seminar” were held with the aim of examining the means for social and regional civil engagement. During the seminars, everyone shared and embraced their past experiences and knowledge, and committed them to future liberal arts.
First Session
“Considering Opportunities for University Education and Social and Regional Civil Engagement.
:The Meaning and Problems of Past Attempts by the Research Center for Liberal Arts”

Date/Time: July 20, 2011 (Wed)
Lecturers: Takaaki Kumakura (Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University)
    Isao Hada (Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University)
    Chiaki Yokoyama (Professor, Faculty of Law, Keio University)
    Susumu Osada (Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University)
Second Session
“Why Have Student-Led Regional Civil Engagement Projects Been Launched from SFC?”

Date/Time: October 29, 2011 (Sat)

Lecturers: Ikuyo Kaneko (Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University)
“SFC Ecosystem for Bringing Forth Social Innovators”

Lecturers: Yoshinori Isagai (Associate Professor, Department of Policy Management, Keio University)
“Formation of a Joint Body for Learning through Regional Collaboration in SFC”
Third Session
“Considering Opportunities for University Education and Social Civil Engagement”

Date/Time: January 26, 2012 (Sat)

Lecturers: Toshiyuki Yasui (Specially-Appointed Professor, Keio Advanced Research Centers)
“Regional Vitalization through Systems Approach: Approach of Keio SDM”

Lecturers: Yoko Wake (Professor, Faculty of Business and Commerce, Keio University)
“From Approaches to Scale: Walls of Specialization”

Report

Report summarizing activity issued.

Report is as follows:

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