|Place||Zoom Meeting style|
|Target Audience||Students / Undergraduate Students / Graduate Students / Faculty / Employees / Postdocs / New Instructors|
|Organizer||The Global Faculty Development (GFD) Program|
The Global Faculty Development (GFD) Program would like to invite you to a spotlight event with three members of Tokyo College（＊） next Tuesday, April 20th, from 5:00－6:30pm JST.
The theme is ” Collaborative interdisciplinary course design: a case study from Tokyo College”.
This is a great opportunity to get to know Tokyo College and to learn from their experience developing an interdisciplinary seminar for undergraduates.
Details about the workshop are listed below:
＊Tokyo College is a young institute at the University of Tokyo founded to address some of global society’s pressing issues through interdisciplinary research, international network building and public engagement.
Title: Collaborative interdisciplinary course design: a case study from Tokyo College
Date: April 20th 2021, from 5：00-6:30pm（JST）
Place: Zoom Meeting style
Registration: Encouraged with the link https://forms.gle/4awBvt5zRta5Xcg5A (Link will be sent to all registered participants the day before the workshop)
Eligibility: All faculty, staff and students welcome!
Language: English and Japanese
* Simultaneous translation (English to Japanese) will be available.
In this talk, we will present our effort to collaboratively design and teach a bilingual interdisciplinary undergraduate seminar entitled “The Earth and Human Society in 2050” in the framework of the university’s liberal arts program zengaku zemi. We will share our experience and take-aways and hope to start a conversation about potential future collaborations in interdisciplinary teaching across the university.
Inquiries: GFD committee e-mail: email@example.com