Cultivating Talented Individuals


Cultivating Talented Individuals:Support Scheme:Support Scheme for Presentation at International Conference, etc. (for student)

The First Round (Spring term of fiscal year 2010), 13 cases



The First Round of the Support Scheme for Presentation at International Conference, etc. (Spring term of fiscal year 2010) was awarded to 18 cases. The institute issued the support scheme to doctoral students conducting fieldwork and presenting their research overseas. The 13 cases were selected out of 18 through a document screening process made open to students of Waseda University. The scheme provided JPY 200,000 to 300,000 to each recipient, totaling JPY 3 million awarded by the institute.

screening result

Participants for the 44th Annual Conference of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC)

ASPAC 2010 Conference

Participants for the World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) 2010

- World Council of Comparative Education Societies
- Conseil Mondial des Associations d'Éducation Comparé

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A preparation meeting of ASPAC Presenters were held.


Six PhD students who are going to participate in ASPAC through a GIARI support scheme held a preparation meeting at GIAIR, with Prof. Akaha, Professor of International Policy Studies and Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at Monterey Institute of International Studies.

The six students, who are going to presenter their papers at the conference, delivered oral presentations of the summaries of the papers, and Prof. Akaha gave them a practical guidance.

They are going to visit the Monterey Institute of International Studies, Portland State University, where they are going to do the rehearsal, deliver presentations on their papaers and receive further advice.



Six PhD students participating in ASPAC through a GIARI support scheme and Prof. Akaha of Monterey Institute for International Studies held a meeting for rehearsal and preparation at the Institute (Monterey, California, USA). Each of the six students, who would present their papers at ASPAC, made an oral presentation on the respective research, followed by Prof. Akaha, as a panel leader, gave advice on the contents, presentation skill, and prospective questions and answers. They flied to the City of Portland, Oregon, USA and participated research presentations at ASPAC 2010.

Takeshi Odaira in ASPAC2010 Ong Bernard in ASPAC2010 NEUPANE Pramila in ASPAC2010 WIRTH Christian Hermann in ASPAC2010 Ying Zhou in ASPAC2010 Kiki Verico in ASPAC2010