Exploring/implementing measures for supporting women students aspiring to become researchers

As a new endeavor under the Morinomiyako Project, TUMUG hosts seminars for communicating the appeal of careers in research to female undergraduate and graduate students who aspire to become researchers. The seminars are organized with the cooperation of the university’s Center for Career Support, and feature lectures by female faculty members and women who work in research at businesses and public institutions.

Date & place Program Open to Details
Feb. 24, 1:30–3 p.m., Meeting Room A, Life Sciences Project Research Laboratory Seminar: “Communicating the Appeal of Careers in Research” TU personnel & graduate students Communicating the Appeal of Careers in Research
March 25, 1:30–3:30 p.m., 13th floor meeting room, TKP Garden City Sendai (AER) Seminar: “What’s a Researcher? Part 1: Studying & Working Abroad” TU students, young researchers, & junior/senior high school students & their parents What’s a Researcher? Part 1: Studying & Working Abroad