既に行われた「International Career Seminar」「国際実務英語」「国際実務英語Ⅰ」「国際実務英語Ⅱ」を履修し単位を取得した宇都宮大学の学生は、今回履修しても単位が重複して付与されることはありません。
＜１日目＞ １０月８日 土曜日
9:00～ 9:30 受付
9:30～ 9:45 開講式／オリエンテーション
15:50～17:50 分科会 参加者は分科会を一つ選択します。
＜２日目＞ １０月９日 日曜日
7:30～ 8:20 朝食
＜３日目＞ １０月１０日 月曜日
7:30～ 8:20 朝食
13:20～15:00 振り返り／意見交換／全体総括 等
Critical Thinking and Reasons for Being： Finding Meaningful Work in A Global Age
講師：Barbara S. Morrison バーバラ モリソン 氏 （宇都宮大学国際学部 准教授)
In this group session we will be talking and thinking about and the ways in which we can begin to bring a sense of meaning (raison d'etre: reason for being）into our work lives. Using critical thinking as a guide, we will work together to understand how to both discover and cultivate what is meaningful for each of us in order to pursue and to accomplish careers both domestic and abroad.
My career path has been varied to say the least and not without defeats. Very early in my career I understood that my best life lay in education and academia, but as I felt my family were unsupportive of that endeavour I turned to business - taking positions in real estate and head-hunting after having explored careers in law, government, retail, journalism, non-profit and the arts - before eventually finishing degrees in both Japanese and English literature.
分科会Ａ：Becoming an International Cooperation Practitioner
講師：Kurihara Shunsuke 栗原 俊輔 氏 （宇都宮大学国際学部 講師）
Through this workshop, the participants will seek keycompetencies and critical skills f or practitioners in internationaldevelopment fields such as International NGOs, UNs, donor agencies andprivate sectors. We will also exercise gap-analysis to draw the path forparticipants to identify their future learning areas on and off campus.
Kurihara Shunsuke earned a Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Managementfrom the School for International Training, USA, and a PhD in International Developmentfrom Yokohama National University. His professional career in the international development field includes; Regional Planning & Program Development Advisor（2012 -2014）and Rehabilitation & Development Advisor（2009 - 2011）in Sri Lanka, under theJICA Expert Scheme, and Project Director（2003 - 2008）, Program Officer（2001 - 2008）in Sri Lanka and Project Coordinator（2000 - 2001）in East Timor, CARE International.
分科会Ｂ：Current issues and psychosocial support for multicultural children and family in Japan
講師：Yurika Tsuda 津田 友理香 氏
The workshop will give a brief overview of the psychosocial
issues for multicultural children. Then we would like to discuss about how to address the issues and what kind of support is needed for the society and local communities.
Clinical psychologist. Working in a pediatric department and a mental clinic. M.A. in psychology, a researcher specialized in multicultural counseling. Was born in Japan, grew up in a multicultural, multilingual family. Has s pent her childhood in the Philippines and the USA, then returned to Japan in late teens. Has been involved as a volunteer and leader for multicultural youth in local communities. As a second-generation migrant herself, it is a life work to provide support to these children and families.
分科会Ｃ：Art and Communication
講師：Takashi Izuha, Ph.D. 出羽 尚 氏 （宇都宮大学 国際学部 講師）
In this workshop, participants will be seeking several
ways of social communication with art. After learning about some jobs which utilize art as a tool of communication, participants will work in groups to provide their own plans of art-related
Takashi IZUHA is an art historian mainly studying British landscape paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries. His interest also includes other art forms from different places and ages including sculpture, garden, architecture, et al. After graduating from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, he achieved MA and PhD in art history respectively in Leeds and in Tokyo. He has visited many museums and galleries all over the world for his research including the British Museum and Tate in London.
分科会Ｄ：Starting Your Own Business
講師：Amy Long エイミー ロング 氏
（Dave and Amy English School 講師、マネージャー、教材開発者）
If you have ever dreamed of starting your own business but are not sure where to begin, Amy will help you think about what you need to do in order to fulfill your dreams.
Amy （from Texas in America） and husband Dave（from Liverpool, England）have been teaching English in Saitama, Japan since 1996. They opened Dave and Amy English School in Yono in 2004 with 20 students. Since then, they have opened 3 more schools in Saitama City and now have over 450 students and 6 teachers. They have written 6 text books to use in their classrooms (and are in the process of writing 6 more). They have 2 children （Alfie and Leon） who they are raising bilingually： English at home, Japanese at the local school.
分科会Ｅ：Key skills required in humanitarian sector ‒ for future leaders
講師：Takeshi Komino 小美野 剛 氏
Community World Service Asiaリージョナルプログラム部長
The workshop will explore essential skills in humanitarian work, and leadership required. T he contents will include briefing on the trends in humanitarian sector, and field examples of how projects are planned and implemented using disaster management cycle.
Takeshi has worked in the humanitarian sector for over 10 years with disaster management an advocacy leadership positions. He has led operations in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Myanmar, Thailand, and currently serves as General Secretary of CWS Japan in Tokyo. He represents various international networks and global initiatives, and has been behind formation of some of the key civil society networks in Asia. He holds Masters degree in international development from Brandeis University, MA USA.
分科会Ｆ：A Career for Life
講師：Euan Craig ユアン クレイグ 氏 （陶芸家 日本民藝協会会員）
You only have one life, it is important to make the most if it. This work group is about lifestyle, craft, the traditional work ethic and finding a career which will fulfill you everyday for the rest of your life.
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Euan began pottery at age 14. H e received a BA Ceramic Design in 1985 and operated a pottery in Australia for four years. In 1990 he moved to Mashiko, Japan, where he apprenticed to Tatsuzou Shimaoka, National Living Treasure. He established his own pottery in Mashiko i n 1994. After the multiple disasters of 2011, he relocated to Minakami, Gunma. He has gained international recognition through his exhibitions, lectures, workshops, published articles and television and radio appearances.
40% participation and presentation 60% report and submission of text.
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