The 18th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is pleased to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. This event is organized as a part of the internationalization activities of the Faculty of Science and is intended for non-specialists. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. They welcome all students, faculty members, and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Prof. Fernando Albericio, Department of Organic Chemistry, University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain) and School of Chemistry and Physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal (Durban, South Africa) Title: Drugs: From the idea to the Patient Time and Date: Wednesday October 25, 2017, 4:30pm-5:30pm VENUE: … Continued

The 17th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is pleased to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. This event is organized as a part of the internationalization activities of the Faculty of Science and is intended for non-specialists. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. They welcome all students, faculty members, and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Banks, Dr. Steve Webb of the Cawthron Institute, Nelson, New Zealand and Suong Thao Nguyen, Ph. D. candidate, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Title: Identifying novel parasites in economically important oysters in New Zealand and Japan Time and Date: … Continued

The 16th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is pleased to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. They welcome all students, faculty members, and others who are interested in science. The event is intended for non-specialists. Speaker: Dr. Virginia Toy, Senior Lecturer, Department of Geology, University of Otago Title: Earthquakes and geothermal resources related to New Zealand’s Alpine Fault Time and Date: Fri. July 14,  5:30 pm- Venue: 1st Floor, Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum *Admission Free / No registration is required.      

The 15th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science and The Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. ALEX PETTITT , Assistant Professor, Institute for International Collaboration Title: The Shape of Our Galaxy Time and Date: Fri., May12,  2017, 17:30-18:30 Venue: 1sy Floor, Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum

Talk Event: Women, Gender and Development

IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Office for International Academic Support (OIAS), and Support Office for Female Researchers (FResHU). Please note this event will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Title: Women, Gender and Development: The Philippine Experience Speaker: Prof. Amelia Guevara, University of the Philippines Diliman Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 Time 16:30-17:30 Venue: Room N-308, 3rd Floor, Main Building (Hokkaido University Museum), Faculty of Science Inquiry: OIAS(Tel: 2915)

The 13th &14th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science, Arctic Research Center and the Hokkaido University Museum. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. sh. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Speaker: Dr. Steve Vance (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA at Caltech, USA) Venue: 1st Floor,  Seminar Room, The Hokkaido University Museum Title and schedule: “NASA’s Mission to Europa, A Potentially Habitable Ocean World” Thursday, January 19, 2016, 5:30PM  “Vital Signs: Seismology of Europa and Other Ocean Worlds”   Friday, January 20, 2016, 2:00PM

*RECRUITMENT* Staff for Hokkaido English Camp Summer 2016

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As promotion of English education in Hokkaido, Hokkaido Prefectural Board of Education is planning to hold ‘Hokkaido English Camp’ for about 30-60 local children in between elementary and high school level to improve English communication skill and obtain more interest in different culture through communication with foreign staff during the camp.  The event organizer is seeking for 8 oversea students from HU who can be staff members for the event.  If you are interested and eligible for this, please refer to the flier and contact with Int’l Student Support Desk at OIA Office of Int’l Affairs, HU by the deadline. CAPACITY, DATE & VENUE 1.) 2 staff for the camp on Tue … Continued

*RECRUITMENT* Volunteer Staff for Sapporo Snow Festival 2016

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Sapporo Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) is currently recruiting international students who can attend the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival as snow statue assistants/volunteer staff.  How about becoming a part of the festival known to the world and making this winter season memorable?  Please check the details! POSITION 1.) Assistant for SCCI Giant Snow Statue Making ※Due to so many applicants, application closed as of Jan 7th. 2.) Volunteer Guide for Tourists TIME AND DATE 1.) Between 13-17.00 on any days of Jan 18, 19, and 20,  2016 2.) 9.00-12.30/12.30-16.00 between Feb 3-14, 2016 VENUE 1.) Odori Park 5-chome ‘SCCI Giant Snow Statue’ 2.) Akarenga ELIGIBILITY International students who can communicate with … Continued

*RECRUITMENT* Staff for Hokkaido English Camp Winter 2016

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As promotion of English education in Hokkaido, Hokkaido Prefectural Board of Education is planning to hold ‘Hokkaido English Camp’ for about 30 local children in between elementary and high school level to improve English communication skill and obtain more interest in different culture through communication with foreign staff during the camp.  The event organizer is seeking for 11 oversea students from HU who can be staff members for the event.  If you are interested and eligible for this, please refer to the flier and contact with Int’l Student Support Desk at OIA Office of Int’l Affairs, HU by the deadline. CAPACITY, DATE & VENUE 1.) 2 staff for the camp on Wed … Continued

SPECIAL LECTURE: Development of the software and the launch of venture company from Illinois University

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IAOE is pleased to share the information of the upcoming lecture organized by Division of Sustainable Resources Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering and Hokkaido Branch, The Mining and Minerals Processing Institute of Japan (MMIJ) . Please note that the lecture will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. This event is open to the public and welcomes all students and faulty members. Title: “Development of the software and the launch of venture company from Illinois University” Speaker: Specially Appointed Professor Craig M. Bethke  (Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois;  CEO, Aqueous Solutions LLC.) Date and Time: Thursday, October 22nd, 2015 16:30-18:00 Venue: Lecture Hall, Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Building Language: English

The 11th Sci-Tech Talk in English

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IAOE is please to share the upcoming event organized by the Office for International Academic Support(OIAS), Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University Library, and Nitobe College. Please note that all talk and discussion will be conducted in English. Admission is free and registration is not required. We welcome all students, faculty members and others who are interested in science. Title: “Welcome to Pluto” Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Tasker (Assistant Professor, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University ) Date and Time: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 16:30-17:20 Venue: 2nd Floor Seminar Room, West Wing, North Library/Please bring your ID Language: English Organizer: Office for International Academic Support

Sanitation Education Program

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Are you interested in the issues of sanitation in the world? A seminar specialized in sanitation will be held on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015. Please feel free to join this event. No registration is required and it’s admission free seminar. You can check the details from HERE.  Date:13:00 – 15:10 on Wed. July 22nd.  Venue:Seminar Room (Frontier Research in Applied Sciences Building, 2nd  Floor)  Speaker:Prof.Imasiku A.Nyambe Dr.Ryusei Ito Dr. Mariam Dakoure/Sou Prof. Taro Yamauchi