Academic Exchange Weeks

About Academic Exchange Weeks

The Graduate School of Human Development and Environment holds Academic Weeks in October and November every year. Academic Exchange Weeks have been carried out for the purpose of international exchange in academics since 2008. Many researchers are invited from overseas, and a series of research meetings are held during the period. Not only faculty members but also graduate and undergraduate students take an active role in the events. It is a great opportunity for participants to discuss problems beyond their research fields.

Pick-ups from past events

Dr. Janet Boddy (London University, Institute of Education) gives a talk on "Effective inter-agency working in child and family centres: A UK perspective on other European approaches" at Academic Weeks 2011.

Professor Christine Delory-Momberger (University of Paris XIII) gives a talk on "Life history: its possibility" and discuss problems with our graduate students and faculty members at Academic Weeks 2012.

Professor Rosiwht Roth (University of Graz) gives a talk on "Gender and well-being" at Academic Weeks 2012.