◆Events open to the general public

We are planning to hold the next Global Leadership Cafe in the fall semester. Please look forward to our future events!

[Ended] Tuesday, August 2, 2022: Global Leadership Cafe, Online lecture by Mr. Scott Sugino "Embrace the Beginner Life"

We are happy to announce that we are inviting international lawyer Scott Sugino to speak as our guest for the 4th Global Leadership Cafe online lecture series.

Scott Sugino tells his story of learning to embrace being a beginner as the first step to accomplishing your life and professional goals. From learning Japanese as a college student to leading high profile cross-border M&A transactions, Scott will share the importance of embracing a beginner mindset, persevering through challenges, and developing new skills to finding success in our ever-changing world.

Register to attend from the form on Google Forms below!

Scott_Sugino.jpg●Date and Time:Tuesday, August 2, 2022, 10:00-11:30 (JST)
●Method:Online(Zoom)
●Eligibility:Tokyo Tech students, faculty or staff, and the general public
●Language:English
●REGISTER HERE:https://forms.gle/mKcsJbjNuTarFrGz7
●Details:https://www.total.titech.ac.jp/english/news/2022/08/20220802GLC4.html
■About Mr. Scott Sugino:
Scott Sugino is an international corporate lawyer based in Los Angeles and Tokyo. He represents technology companies and technology-focused investors in their global business activities. Scott, a fourth-generation Japanese American, grew up in Southern California and took his first Japanese class as a freshman at Harvard. Following his college graduation, he received a scholarship from the Japanese Ministry of Education to study at Hitotsubashi University where he earned a masters degree in economics. Scott later earned his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School and has spent his career working between Japan and the United States.



[Ended] Friday, August 5, 2022: Leadership Symposium keynote talk by Dr. Haim B. Gunner, Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Amherst School

We are honored to have professor emeritus of University of Massachusetts, Amherst School, 98-year-old and active researcher, Dr. Haim B. Gunner, as the keynote speaker at our event, Leadership Symposium.
He will be speaking about his life in the biological field, and he will answer questions from the audience.
His keynote talk will be from 9p.m., and we will be holding student presentations on various topics before the keynote talk from 8p.m. We welcome participants to join either Part 1 (student presentations) or Part 2 (Keynote talk by Dr. Haim B. Gunner) or the entire event.

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●Date and time:August 5, 2022 (Friday) 21:00-21:50 (Keynote talk by Dr. Haim B. Gunner)
*Student presentations are from 8p.m.-8:50p.m. Participants are welcome to join both or either one of the event.
●Method:Online (Zoom)
●Eligibility: Tokyo Tech students, faculty and staff, general public
●Language: English

◆SIGN UP HERE: https://forms.gle/BYABvarkFtVJVQRR9
◆Details:https://www.total.titech.ac.jp/english/news/2022/08/20220805FOLSymposium.html



◆Events for Tokyo Tech students, faculty and staff

[Ended] Thursday, July 14, 2022 16:15-18:15: Free screening event of a documentary movie "Newtok" and casual discussion


At ToTAL, we are happy to announce that we are supporting the following face-to-face event which is to be held next month before the "Sea Day" holiday in Japan.

A documentary movie "Newtok", released in 2021 by Patagonia, an outdoor apparel and gear brand, will be screened followed by a casual discussion on the film. Newtok is an Alaskan village of the native Yup'ik people close to the Bering Sea. Rising sea levels and permafrost melt-off are quickly swallowing their home village.

According to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), weather emergencies have forced around 21.5 million people ("climate refugees") a year to move since 2010, and scientists say that by 2060, there could be about 1.4 billion climate refugees forced to leave their homes caused by changing weather patterns and rising sea levels. We hope it will be worthwhile to think and discuss about this topic before "Sea Day".

Seats are limited, so please sign up early if you are interested!

●Date and Time: Thursday, July 14, 2022, 16:15-18:15
●Venue:Ishikawa-dai area, Ookayama Campus (The venue will be notified to registrants on a later date.)
●Eligibility: Tokyo Tech students, faculty and staff
●Language:English
●Capacity:40 seats
●Fee:Free of charge
●REGISTER HERE: https://forms.gle/hfcGrD6eMfDrMkST6

●Trailer of "Newtok":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BohwgBqAwJc
●Reference: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/climate-change-finally-caught-up-to-this-alaska-village
●Flier:
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●Event planned and organized by: Ms. May Carlon*, supported by: Cross Lab, Global Urban Climatology Lab (TSE Dept.), GSEP, ToTAL
*May is a graduate of Tokyo Tech who participated in ToTAL Open Programs. She is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at Cross Lab, TSE Department, School of Environment and Society. She has organized two documentary film screening & discussion events in the past. (1st film: Picture a Scientist, 2nd film: AlphaGo)
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