GSICS Professor Receives an Evaluation Award from the Government of Uganda

GSICS Professor Receives an Evaluation Award from the Government of Uganda

His Right Honorable Amama Mbabazi, Prime Minister of Uganda, presented an Evaluation Award to Professor Keiichi Ogawa of Kobe University’s Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) for his contribution to policy advice and evaluation in the education sector as well as to human/research capacity development in Uganda. Professor Ogawa’s contributions to other developing countries […]

Prof. Keiichi Ogawa Lectured at Seoul National University, South Korea

Prof. Keiichi Ogawa Lectured at Seoul National University, South Korea

Prof. Keiichi Ogawa delivered a lecture at the international conference on “Poverty Reduction in Asia & Africa”, held on Friday 23rd May 2014. The conference was organized by Educators Without Borders (EWB), a Non-Government Organization (NGO) and Seoul National University (SNU), South Korea. It was divided into two sessions, corresponding to the two regions highlighted […]

JSPS Core-to-Core Program Seminar #1 on “Prospects on Education Policy in Developing Countries: From International Education Cooperation Perspectives”

JSPS Core-to-Core Program Seminar #1 on “Prospects on Education Policy in Developing Countries: From International Education Cooperation Perspectives”

On May 2nd, Kobe University’s Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) held the first seminar on the JSPS Core-to-Core Program’s seminar. The theme of the seminar was “Prospects on Education Policy in Developing Countries: From International Education Cooperation Perspectives”, and more than fifty researchers including graduate students participated. In the beginning of the seminar, […]

Internship Seminar on FHI360 Was Held in GSICS

Internship Seminar on FHI360 Was Held in GSICS

On April 30, Kobe University’s Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) organized an internship seminar on FHI360 (formally Academy for Education Development: AED), an international nonprofit human development organization in Washington, DC, USA. Under the memorandum of understanding (MOU) between FHI360 and Kobe GSICS, many students from Prof. Ogawa’s Seminar have conducted internship at […]

Professor AikoSakurai Delivered Her Final Lecture in GSICS

Professor AikoSakurai Delivered Her Final Lecture in GSICS

Professor Sakurai’s Final Lecture was held in the Presentation Room of the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) on April 22, 2014.She gave a lecture about her research and findings on disaster risk management in the education sector that she has conducted in the past two years. The title of her lecture was “Disaster […]

Welcome Party for New Students

Welcome Party for New Students

Ogawa Seminar held a welcome party on April 19th 2014, for Prof. Ki-Soek Kim and the new Masters and Research Students.Prof. Ogawa welcomed Prof. Kimand his wife, and the new master and research students to the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) at Kobe University in general and to Ogawa Seminar in particular. Prof. […]

Dr. Aiko Sakurai’s Farewell Party

Dr. Aiko Sakurai’s Farewell Party

We had a farewell party for Dr. Aiko Sakurai in a BBQ Restaurant near JRRokkomichi on April 16, 2014.Dr. Sakurai is not only an Associate Professor in GSICS and has worked for CAMPUS Asia Project, but also Ogawa seminar’s alumni (she was the first doctoral student who obtained a Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor […]

Prof. Keiichi Ogawa Delivers a Speech at the University of Pittsburgh

Prof. Keiichi Ogawa Delivers a Speech at the University of Pittsburgh

Professor Keiichi Ogawa was invited by Professor Louis Comfort, Director of Center for Disaster Management at the University of Pittsburgh to participate in an international workshop on “Building Community Resilience to Global Hazards: A Sociotechnical Approach”held on April 4-5, 2014. In this workshop, Professor Ogawa shared the experience of CAMPUS Asia Project that highlights what […]