特別セッションII | Special Session II


"Japan Forum for Internationalization of Universities Special Session"

アジェンダ | Agenda

開催日時 Date and Time:2023年7月21日(金) 13時-15時 13:00-15:00, Friday, July 21
司会 Facilitator:フォーラム代表幹事校(東北大学)
*同時通訳付 with simultaneous translation

タイトル | Title 時間 | Time 登壇者 | Speakers
特別セッション開会挨拶 13:00-13:05 池田 潤 Jun IKEDA
Achievements of The Top Global University Project and Future Policies for Internationalization of Universities
13:05-13:25 小林 洋介 Yosuke KOBAYASHI
Digital badge and micro-credential standards from JV-Campus: Progress Report
13:25-13:50 大庭 良介 Ryosuke OHNIWA
池田 佳子 Keiko IKEDA
Joint Degree Program and the Internationalization of Higher Education
13:50-14:15 安高 啓朗 Hiroaki ATAKA
「留学生のキャリア形成と地域定着を目的としたオープンバッジシステムの導入 〜北陸での事例紹介とさらなる展開に向けて〜」
Introduction of an open badge system for supporting the career development and regional settlement of international students: Case Studies in the Hokuriku Region
14:15-14:40 佐藤 智哉 Tomoya SATO
質疑応答 14:40-14:55
閉会挨拶 14:55-15:00 山口 昌弘 Masahiro YAMAGUCHI

ゲストスピーカー略歴 | Guest Speakers Biography

池田 潤 Jun IKEDA

筑波大学 国際担当副学長 Vice President and Executive Director for Global Affairs, University of Tsukuba

筑波大学副学長(国際担当)・理事。筑波大学で言語学とセム諸語を学び、1983年に第一学群人文学類を卒業。1986年に同大学院博士課程文芸・言語研究科で文学修士取得後、イスラエルに留学し、1995年にテル・アビブ大学大学院文化科学研究科でPh.D.を取得。関西外国語大学助教授を経て、2000年に母校に戻り、一般言語学とセム語を教える。筑波大学では学長補佐室長、副学長(企画評価・広報担当)、附属図書館長を歴任し、スーパーグローバル大学創成支援事業、Tsukuba Global Science Week、筑波会議等を担当。日本言語学会(元評議員)、日本オリエント学会(理事)等に所属する。

Jun Ikeda is Vice President and Executive Director for Global Affairs, University of Tsukuba (UT), Japan. He studied General and Semitic linguistics at UT, and received his B.A. in 1983 and M.A. in 1986. He continued his studies in Israel and received his PhD from Tel Aviv University in 1995. After serving as an associate professor of linguistics at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, he returned to his alma mater in 2000. Back in UT, he has taught general linguistics and Semitic languages. He served as the President Office Chief of Staff, Vice President for Planning, Evaluation and Public Relations, University Librarian of UT, etc. and oversees UT’s Top Global University Project, Tsukuba Conference, and Tsukuba Global Science Week. He is a member of Linguistic Society of Japan (former councilor), Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan (director), among others.

小林 洋介 Yosuke KOBAYASHI

文部科学省高等教育局参事官(国際担当) Director, International Affairs Division, Higher Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology


Mr.Yosuke KOBAYASHI, Director, International Affairs Division, HigherEducation Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science andTechnology, Japan, had begun his career in the ministry in 1996 and has over 25 years of experiences in various fields, such as higher education policy, technical education, international strategy planning at office of the director-general for international affairs, and most recently earthquake and disaster-reduction research, for which he served as director of the division. His expertise concerning higher education and its international promotion has also been enriched through his experience as first secretary of permanent delegation of Japan to UNESCO. Mr. Kobayashi has been in his current position and in charge of international affairs in the Higher Education Bureau as the director of the International Affairs Division since February 2023.

大庭 良介 Ryosuke OHNIWA

大学の国際化促進フォーラムJV-Campus運営委員会委員長、筑波大学医学医療系准教授 Chair for JV-Campus management committee, JFIU, Associate Professor for Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba


Dr. Ryosuke Ohniwa is the project leader of JV-Campus, a project to establish an all-Japan international online education platform, at the University of Tsukuba, and associate professor of its Faculty of Medicine. He is also act as chair of JV-Campus management committee at Japan Forum for Internationalization of Universities. He earned his B.S. degree from Faculty of Integrated Study at Kyoto University, and his Master and Ph.D. from its Graduate School of Biostudies. He is currently PI for the laboratory of Integrated Study on Health Information, and is researching solutions to various health-related issues by creating prototype concepts and/or products with trans-disciplinary approaches.

池田 佳子 Keiko IKEDA

関西大学 国際部グローバル教育 イノベーション推進機構 副機構長・教授 Professor, Kansai University Vice-Director, Institute for Innovative Global Education (IIGE)

本学国際部教授およびKU-COILコーディネーター「グローバル・キャリアマインドを培うCOIL Plusプログラム」の主任プロジェクトマネージャーであり、グローバル教育イノベーション推進機構(IIGE)の副機構長を務める。JV-Campusではデジタルクレデンシャル等オンライン授業の質保証専門部会とりまとめ役を担う。ハワイ大学マノア校で日本語学、外国語教育、会話分析を専門とする博士号を取得。国際教育分野における研究は、大学キャンパスでの国際化であり、海外の大学と共同で実施する学習プログラムの構築以外にも、現在、「グローバル・キャリアマインドを培うCOIL Plusプログラム」等の、文部科学省委託事業:KU-SUCCESSS(留学生の就職促進プロジェクト)も担当し、日本で勉強した留学生の雇用促進に取り組んでいる。

Keiko Ikeda is a Professor in the Division of International Affairs, and KU-COIL Coordinator at Kansai University. Keiko is Vice-Director for the newly established organization at Kansai University, Institute for Innovative Global Education (IIGE). Keiko is the coordinator of the Quality Assurance Committee of JV-Campus which includes issues such as digital credentialing system. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, specializing in Japanese linguistics, foreign language education, and conversation analysis. Her interests in the international education field are internationalization at home, constructing active learning programs collaborating with universities overseas.

安高 啓朗 Hiroaki ATAKA

立命館大学 国際連携室 副室長・国際関係学部 教授 Director, Division of Global Planning and Partnership Professor, College of International Relations Ritsumeikan University


Professor, College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University and Director, Division of Global Planning and Partnerships, The Ritsumeikan Trust. Took a leading role in the establishment and operation of English-based programmes at the College of IR, including the Global Studies Program and the Joint Degree Program with American University. Graduated from the Department of Law, Keio University, and the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. PhD (Politics and International Studies).

佐藤 智哉 Tomoya SATO

金沢大学 国際機構 准教授 Associate Professor (Organization of Global Affairs), Kanazawa University


Tomoya Sato received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of California, San Diego in 2016. Since 2018, he had been working as a University Research Administrator at Kanazawa University, primarily focusing on IR and public relations for research. In 2021, he joined the "Career Development and Regional Settlement Promotion Project for International Students" as a coordinator. Currently, he serves as a faculty member of the organization of global affairs at Kanazawa University, where he teaches an introductory course on Japanese culture mainly for international students. He also actively works to promote campus internationalization, including supporting various international exchange programs and conducting evaluations of the effectiveness of overseas training programs through the BEVI (Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory).

山口昌弘 Masahiro YAMAGUCHI

東北大学副学長(教育改革・国際戦略担当) Vice President for Education Reform and Global Engagement, Tohoku University

山口 昌弘(やまぐち まさひろ)東北大学副学長(教育改革・国際戦略担当)、高等大学院機構長、高等教育機構グローバルラーニングセンター長、文化・言語教育センター長、国際戦略室長。大学の国際化において、特に国際戦略や国際教育の設計に重要な役割を果たした。東北大学スーパーグローバル大学創成支援事業の実施に尽力。2003年より理学研究科物理学専攻の教授を務める。研究分野は素粒子物理学と宇宙論。1996年に西宮湯川記念賞(受賞研究「超対称標準理論におけるヒッグス粒子の質量」、KEK岡田安弘氏との共同受賞)。

Masahiro Yamaguchi is Vice President for Education Reform and Global Engagement, and also Director of Advance Graduate School, Director of the Global Learning Center and the Center for Culture and Language Education in the Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, as well as Director of the International Strategy Office at Tohoku University. He has played an important role in the internationalization of the university, in particular in designing the international strategy and international education. He has devoted himself to the implementation of the Tohoku University’s Top Global University Project. He has been a professor at the Department of Physics in the Graduate School of Science since 2003. His research area is theoretical particle physics and cosmology. He was awarded the Nishinomiya-Yukawa Memorial Prize in 1996.