As Japan's economy continues to slump, I often hear current students say, "I can only have a dark vision for the future." However, I think this is something that will change in any way depending on how we feel. The important thing is to have a clear vision of how you want to live in society.
When we talk about “Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration,” we tend to talk about research aspects such as collaboration with companies, but that is only a small part of it. The university's "Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration", for example, fosters the creativity of students who specialize in engineering to apply their expertise to other genres through learning activities in the manufacturing field rooted in the local community.
The purpose of studying at university is, more than anything else, to acquire a weapon that will help you survive. The university's "Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration" aims to provide a wide range of opportunities for students not only on campus but also in the local community to experience things with their own eyes, skin, and feet, and imagine their future selves. I'm doing it.
At this university, various industry-academia-government collaborations are being carried out. At the Utsunomiya Campus, efforts are being made to take advantage of the fact that there are many companies with cutting-edge technology in Tochigi Prefecture, and at the Hachioji Campus, efforts are being made to improve the academic, cultural, and industrial networks in the Tama area. We are trying to activate it.
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Introducing the outline and characteristics of each faculty and the faculty members belonging to each faculty.