Educational Research Project
Sponsored Student Projects
Since 2012, our Center sponsors projects planned by students as a part of their leadership development education.
The objects of the project are as follows:
- Work toward the shared goal together.
- Create a cross-departmental student community.
- Contribute to the vitalization of the campus.
All applications are examined by a committee, and accepted groups are able to receive financial assistance from the Center. So far, approved student groups have successfully conducted various activities, such as workshops and movie screenings on campus.
List of Approved Projects
- Let's make a cute Taiwanese fragrance sachet！
- Workshop to enhance your self-respect
- Handa Lab: Let's make LED gel candle lights!
- Empowerment and networking activity for graduate students who teach part-time
- Handa Lab: Let's make glowing eggs with electronics
- Improving the Campus Map
- Think about genetic modification technology
- Cold breeze, fear, and Yōkai night
- Handa Lab: Let's make light up accessories
- Think about what is attractive about Japan that you want to share to the world: What do foreigners want to know about Japan?
- Ukiyoe project
- Think about how to promote Japan and your hometown internationally: From the perspective of traditional performing arts
- Proposal of the sign plan design of “Students Commons”
- Handa Lab: Let's make a mascot bag charm using electricity
- Project to improve trash bin: Sort carefully and clean the University!
- Quill pen class: Use real feathers to make a greeting card in Gothic fonts
- Reunification of natural and social sciences
・Workshop 1: Trekking Enoshima
・Workshop 2: Rejuvenate your lifestyle with Kampo!
- Healthy eating for our brilliant future
- Film screening on Childcare and the Children’s Art Workshop
- The Social Problems in Contemporary Japan: Learning From a Documentary Film on Poverty
- What Kind of Ability is “Gakushiryoku”? The Roles and Prospects of Universities as Institutions of Higher Education
- Workshop on Fermented Food: Cultural and Scientific Perspectives