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Yunus Social Business-As a Social Problem Solving Business     (65th Q-AOS Brown Bag Seminar Series)

Yunus & Shiiki Social Business Research Center
Professor Masaharu OKADA
The Q-AOS Brown Bag Seminar Series are starting every Wednesday lunch time from April 2021.
The purpose of this webinar series is to provide opportunities not only to learn research related with SDGs in Asian and Oceanian regions and but also to expand your research network in different academic areas. The webinar is free, available in English and Japanese, and open to everyone! We hope you all come and join us!

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Registration

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Deadline:Until the end of the seminar on the day of each event

Details

  1. Date & Time:2022.9.14(Wed)12:10~12:50(Japan time)
  2. Format:Zoom Webinar
  3. Language:Bilingual Japanese-English support (simultaneous interpretation)
  4. Target audience: Anyone are welcome! (students, faculty, staff, and general public)
  5. Participation fee: Free
  6. Event details and future plans: Q-AOS HP

Contact us

[Contact] Kyushu University Q-AOS Administrative Office
[Tell] +81-92-802-2603・2605
[Email] aoevent@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp

*1 What is Kyushu University Institute of Asian and Oceanian Studies (Q-AOS)?
Q-AOS is a platform of Kyushu University which aims to contribute to the achievement of the “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” by 2030. Q-AOS is seeking current and future solutions to social issues facing the Asia and Oceania region and new developments. Please see the website for details: Q-AOS HP

*2 What is Q-AOS Brown Bag Seminar Series?
This seminar aims to provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary research networks and information sharing for many people to know about the latest research activities related to the Asia and Oceania region and SDGs. This is an informal online lunch time seminar open for the general public.

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