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The Student Session of 2013 CAMPUS ASIA Seoul Conference - “Compound Risk and Regional Collaboration in East Asia”

  On November 2, 2013, the Japan–China–Korea joint symposium “2013 CAMPUS ASIA Seoul Conference: Compound Risk and Regional Collaboration in East Asia” held a session in the International Studies Hall of Korea University for students of the Program for Careers in Risk Management Experts in East Asia. This was the first such student session; 2012-program graduates presented research findings.
  Dr. Han Jung-Sun, Associate Dean of Korea University, chaired the session. Three program graduates presented in the first panel, “Risk Management and Civil Society,” and Dr. Aiko Sakurai, Associate Professor of Kobe University, participated in a follow-up exchange.

Hyun Kyung Lee (Korea University):
The Role of Local Women in the Recovery Process after the Great East Japan Earthquake
(Master of International Studies, Kobe University)

Qianqian Wang (Fudan University):
The Influence of Environmental NGOs on Environmental Policy Making in China
(Master of International Studies, Korea University)
Yuiko Yamakawa (Kobe University):
Study of Participation of Civil Actors at Post-disaster Period Based on Social Capital Theory
(Master of Public Administration, Fudan University)

  The second panel, “Risk Management and International System,” stimulated a lively debate between Dr. Shu-Hua Liu, a Lecturer at Fudan University, and the three graduate presenters.

Jeong-ho Lee (Korea University):
Comparative Study of Strategic Issues of E-Government Implementation between China, U.S and Korea
(Master of Public Administration, Fudan University)

Luping Xu (Fudan University):
Northeast Asia Energy Cooperation
(Master of International Studies, Korea University)

Yukiko Mita (Kobe University):
China's Education Aid to Africa from Perspective of Capacity Development
(Master of Public Administration, Fudan University)

  Some faculty members from participating universities who had attended the first day of the symposium also attended the student session, making for a lively exchange of opinions. Dr. Toshihisa Toyoda, Professor Emeritus of Kobe University, offered these closing remarks: “I am very happy to know that such lively student exchange and academic collaboration is taking place between Kobe University of Japan, Fudan University of China, and Korea University. My hope is that you will consider the originality of your research work in even greater depth, whether you are working on another master’s project or considering advancing onto doctoral coursework.”
  This session provided the first opportunity for program students from Kobe University, Fudan University, and Korea University to meet together and share research and program experiences. It is hoped this forum will facilitate forming a program alumni club. Future symposiums are planned around student sessions for program participants.

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