The International Symposium of Ochanomizu University’s Program for Leading Graduate Schools
Corporate Expectations for Women PhDs
Since 2013, Ochanomizu University has been selected for “Program for Leading Graduate Schools” to foster female scientists who can respond to rapidly changing social needs.
The International Symposium facilitates networking between sci-tech students and industry.
⇒ Ochanomizu University’s Program for Leading Graduate Schools
Symposium – 13:00-17:00
Networking Session – After Symposium (17:30-19:30)
Venue: Ochanomizu University
Symposium – Inter-faculty Building 2, Room 201
Networking Session – Student Commons Building, 2F
Prior registration is required for Symposium and Networking Session.
Prior registration has been closed. Please register at reception desk.
(Admission free, Prior registration required)
*Simultaneous interpretation available (English-Japanese)
President of Ochanomizu University
|13:15-13:45||Keynote Lecture 1
(Vice President of Human Resources, IBM Japan)
|13:45-14:15||Keynote Lecture 2
(Director, Quality Assurance Dept. and Product Designing Dept., KOSÉ Corporation)
|14:15-14:25||Introduction of Ochanomizu University’s Program for Leading Graduate Schools
<Parallel Session> Poster Session by program students
“Corporate Expectations for Women PhDs”
Kayoko Yamamoto (Editorial Writer & Senior Reporter, THE NIKKAN KOGYO SHIMBUN, LTD.)
Nobuhiko Kubota (Deputy General Manager, Products Development Center, IHI Corporation)
Makoto Shirai (Assistant General Manager, R&D Planning Dept., Toray Industries, Inc.)
Chiaki Yoshikawa (Group Manager, RDC HR & Administration Group, Toshiba Corporation)
Trustee of Ochanomizu University
|Master of Ceremonies: Midori Nishiura (Visiting Professor of Ochanomizu University, Diversity Designer of Diversity Promotion Dept., RIKEN)|
Networking Session will be held after Symposium.
Admission free (except alcohol), Prior registration required.
Time: 17:30-19:30 (After Symposium)
Venue: Student Commons Building, 2F
Leading Graduate School Promotion Center, Ochanomizu University