|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 the workshop which will be held on Tuesday, December 14th.
The theme is “The Role of Universities in Creating More Inclusive Societies”. Speaker will be Mr. Mark R. Bookman Ph.D, who is the Postdoctoral Fellow at Tokyo College. Tokyo College (u-tokyo.ac.jp)
“What does it mean to create an inclusive society for disabled individuals inside and outside of Japan? ” “And how might students, faculty, and staff working at the University of Tokyo help to achieve this objective?” In this workshop, participants will be afforded opportunities to reflect on these questions by investigating the history of barriers to accessibility from Japan’s past that continue to affect disabled people in the present.
Details about the workshop are listed below:
Title: The Role of Universities in Creating More Inclusive Societies
Date: Tue, December 14th, 17:00-19:00 （JST）
Place: Zoom Meeting style
Event page: The Role of Universities in Creating More Inclusive Societies
Eligibility: All faculty, staff, and students welcome!
Registration: Encouraged with the link Registration (Link will be sent to all registered participants the day before the workshop)
Language: English/Japanese simultaneous interpretation available
Inquiries: GFD committee e-mail:email@example.com