Science, Technology, and Innovation Governance (STIG) Education Program

April 4, 2022


Type University members only
Intended for Enrolled students / International students
Date(s) April 7, 2022 17:00 — 18:00
Location Hongo Area Campus,In-person and online
Venue Seminar Room E, 12th Floor, International Academic Research Bldg.
Hongo Campus & Online by Zoom
Entrance Fee No charge
Registration Method Advance registration required
Please go to the registration page below.
Zoom URL will be announced before the event to the online attendees.
Registration Period April 4, 2022 — April 7, 2022
Contact Science, Technology, and Innovation Governance (STIG) Education Program
STIG OFFICE, Graduate School of Public Policy
The University of Tokyo
Hongo Campus, International Academic Research Bldg. 13F
* This program is an interdepartmental University-wide Education Program and open to all the graduate school students of UTokyo.
* The students already registered with the STIG education program are also welcome to attend.

◆AY 2022 Call for new registration
** STIG Registration Form **
Deadline: Thursday, 28 April 2022

◆AY 2022 Spring Information Session will be held as below.
(The session will be given in Japanese, but we will also respond to questions in English)
Date: 17:00- around 18:00, Thursday 7 April 2022
*Greetings from STIG Director: Hideaki Shiroyama
*Introduction to the STIG Education Program: Makiko Matsuo
*Representative STIG Spring courses:
– “Science and Technology in International Relation (English course)” Kazuto Suzuki
– “Negotiation and Consensus Building「交渉と合意」” Masahiro Matsuura
– “Case Study (Technology Assessment)「事例研究(テクノロジーアセスメント」)” Taketoshi Taniguchi
– “Case Study (Scenario Planning: Practice and Theory)「事例研究(政策環境・事業環境検討手法としてのシナリオプランニング:理論と実践)」Ayako Sugino
– “International Transportation Policy「国際交通政策」” Shinji Jikumaru

The Science, Technology and Innovation Governance (STIG) is an interdisciplinary education program across the humanities and sciences, which is aimed at fostering human resources who can transcend the conventional boundaries between the humanities and the sciences, boldly address new academic issues across fields, think flexibly, and lead science, technology and innovation policy. Students interested in fields of Innovation, Science and Technology policy, Evidence-based policy, and Social implication of Technologies are strongly encouraged to join us.
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