On Tuesday, June 4th, 2019, the Graduate School of Management and the Graduate School of Education held a joint seminar at the International Conference Hall of the Kyoto University Clock Tower. The theme of the seminar was “‘Knowledge’ for the Future: Lessons from Management and Education Fields.”
First, Professor Akiko Suzuki of the Graduate School of Education explained the outline of the seminar, followed by the opening remarks from Dean Yoshinori Hara of the Graduate School of Management and Dean Kyoko Inagaki of the Graduate School of Education. Afterwards, Professor Asli M. Cholpan and Associate Professor Yutaka Yamauchi of the Graduate School of Management, Professor Alexander J. Wulf of SRH Berlin University, and Professor Takashi Kusumi of the Graduate School of Education gave lectures respectively. In the panel discussion, the presenters actively exchanged ideas with the floor from the perspectives of management and education on various topics, including what kind of ‘knowledge’ is needed in the new era, what the education fields can do to generate such knowledge, and how we can maximize resources and organizational capacity.
This joint seminar was a new attempt for cross-cutting collaboration between the two graduate schools. Future collaborations in education and research are expected.