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  1. March 14, 2012 Katsura, Kyoto Introduction of Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, and its Contribution to the ConsortiumShigeo FUJII, vice-dean Opening Symposium of “Consortium for International Human Resources Development for Disaster-Resilient Countries” 1. Introduction of GSGES 2. Curriculum 3. International Activities • 4. Contribution to the Consortium

  2. 1. Introduction of GSGES (1)– Outline Established in 2002 Interdisciplinary studies from engineering, agriculture, science, economics, laws Professors (18-1), Associate Prof. (18+1), Assistant Prof. (14-3), + Project-based faculty members (9) No specific undergraduate organization  many from outside Professors: S Funakawa Soil ecology M Kobayashi Human settlement T Katsumi Solid waste disposal J Kiyono Earthquake S Rajib Disaster management K. Matsushita Environment governance S Fujii Watershed management S. Itoh Water supply 2/16

  3. 1. Introduction of GSGES (2)– Department • All compulsory courses, many elective courses taught in English • Many field works such as long-term internship programs, and Field practice • Promotes collaboration with other GSs & institutes of Kyoto Univ. • Carries out university-wide research projects • High Percentage of Female students (half) International Students (30-40%) From other universities (>80%) From Various disciplines 3/16

  4. 1. Introduction of GSGES(3)– Student background (MC, 2010 intake; 44) 1: Carleton, Sindh, São Paulo, Georgetown, Philippines, San Carlos, National Taiwan, Hanoi U of Tech.Hue U of Foreign Language, Evergreen State, MatoGrosso, …….. 3:立命館、上智 1:関西学院、関西 国際基督教 1:奈良女、滋賀、和歌山、京都工芸、神戸、広島、長崎、三重、名古屋、茨城、鹿児島、岡山、東京海洋 1: Guatemala, Bulgaria, USA, Canada, Philippines, Rumania, Pakistan, Taiwan • Countries (12 (32) countries) (all GSGES) • Universities (36 Universities) • Despines Japanese (30) Others (8) Vietnam (2) China (2)Brazil (2) 1:大阪市   京都府 Kyoto Other National Private Foreign Univ.(5) Universities (13/13) Univ.(5/9) Univ. (14/14) Pubic U(2/2) Economics (1) Education (1) Engineering Agriculture Science Sociology Laws (12) (10) (8) (5) (4) Literature (3) 4/16

  5. 2. Curriculum (1)– Requirement(MC, Environmental Management) Requirement: 30 credits & Master thesis Course work Compulsory: 21 credits  All students study together. 4 Lectures related to global environmental studies: 8 credits Environmental Economics, Policies, Education & ethics, Ecosystem Environmental management seminar: 2credits (special lectures from outside & one week field work (training camp) ) Internship (≧3 months): 10 credits Environmental management exercise: 1 credit (seminar work with advisor) Selective: Basic subjects on environment management: ≧ 5 credits (Each chair in the school provides one subject (half of semester)) Special subjects on environment management: ≧ 4 credits (more than 100 Subjects provided by GSGES and other schools) 5/16

  6. 2. Curriculum (2)– One week field work Field trip to Tango: Exercises of Sea, shore, soil, village, forest Soil Sea Forest 6/40 Shore 6/16

  7. 2. Curriculum (3)– Internship (MC, Environmental Management) • Compulsory • Long term (≧3 months, 5 months recommended) • 10 credits (1/3 of total required credits) • Individual Program prepared by students & their supervisors (Self-made, Not Order-made, not ready-made) • Linkage to Master thesis study • Participation to various places (companies, local governments, central government, NPO, oversea, • basically any except Japanese universities) • Recognition as a very important subject in GSGES, and high care: • Preparation of systems and supports • Time arrangement (no class in 2nd Semester) 7/16

  8. 2. Curriculum (5)–Internship Gain professional skills based on practical experience Domestic examples • Ministry of the Environment • National Institute for Environmental Studies • Private sector (engineering, consulting, etc.) • Development Bank of Japan International • UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (Bonn) • UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau (Bangkok) • JICA Projects (Bulgaria, Mongolia, Vietnam) • UNESCO Beijing Office (China) • United Nations University (India) 8/16

  9. 3. International Activities (1)– Projects related to GSGES Representative / cooperator (No. of faculty members employed) MEXT Special Fund for Internship Special Government Fund(Indochina school) (till FY2016) JST(KSI)(2) GS Good-practice(1) Special Government Fund (Life & Green) GCOE(HSE)(1) GCOE(ARS)(1) JST(EML)(2) Global 30(3) JENESYS Consortium Leading(Shishukan) ( till FY2017) Leading(Safety & Security) ( till FY2017) JICA Grassroots Project (Hue) (Phase 1) (Phase 2) Donation Chair(2) Donation Chair (1) ( till FY2017) 9/16 Donation Chair (2)

  10. Certificate Degrees Certificate Internship (Japanese companies etc.) 3. International Activities (2)– EML Project Educational Program Organization President of Kyoto University Program Council Long Term Thesis Research Executive Board Language Training Unit for Environmental Leader education Short-term Internship (in Japan) Core Institution(Kyoto Univ.) Long-term Internship Field Campuses GES Mini-project work Engineering(3 Departments) Interdisciplinary Lectures Leadership for Environmental Leaders Basic theories, Special Topics for Env. Leaders… Hanoi Hue Energy Science Shenzhen Intrauniversity cooperation Remote Lecture /Advice Short Term Satellite Offices Student Support System 14 sites Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies Admission Process General Exam Oversea Exam Partner Institutions in Asia Governmental/intl. agencies, Universities, NPO,NGO, Companies Reproduction Impacts on related organizations Scholarships Prospected Outcome 10/16

  11. 3. International Activities (3) - Internship 89 students in 68 organizations of 23overseas countries, 100 students in 70 domestic organizations (EML). 11/16

  12. 3. International Activities (4) - Internship 2. Internship programs (cont.) <Close relationship with thesis research topics>: Example <Record of Internship programs> 12/16

  13. 4. Contribution to the Consortium (1)– Disaster related activities Contribution of GSGES to the recovery from 2011 East Japan earthquake and tsunami Disaster wastes are being treated and reused for recovery projects. (Takeshi Katsumi) • Water supply & sewerage systems – Damage and emergent alternative measures • Disaster debris – Treatment and reuse for recovery works • Nuclide contamination – Risk assessment and management • Temporary toilet system –No water needed, safe & easy disposal • Preservation and recovery of ecosystem • Post tsunami human resettlement, etc 13/16

  14. 4. Contribution to the Consortium (2)– Disaster related activities Meeting with person who is in charge of community FM (Rajib Shaw) Hand-made Toilet for disaster area (Urine diversion toilet) (Hideki Harada) 14/16

  15. 4. Contribution to the Consortium (3)– New Course "Environmental issues for disaster recovery" Instructors: T. Katsumi, T. Inui, S. Fujii, & R. Shaw Intensive course in Summer 15/16

  16. cám ơnTerima kasih Thank youขอบคุณครับ Salamat 고마워요 謝謝 おーきに 16/16