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【Finished】2022 Foundation Designated Research Projects Research Report Meeting

 The University Consortium Kyoto sets designated research topics for the purpose of contributing to the improvement, review, new development, sophistication, etc. of the project, and outsources the survey research to researchers in specialized fields.
This time, the research report meeting of the 2022 designated survey subjects will be held as follows.
It will be held at the end of the fiscal year, but we look forward to your participation.
(Registration required, participation is free)

1. Re

 Thursday, March 16, 2023, 1:00 p.m. ~ 2:45 p.m.

2. Place

 Online (Zoom meeting) * The Zoom meeting URL will be sent to the applicant at a later date.

3. Details of the report

(1) Research on the role of inter-university collaborative organizations in supporting students with disabilities at universities, etc.

Research Outline Study support for students with disabilities (reasonable accommodation in education, etc.) is an important issue at each university, etc., but at present, the difference in the status of initiatives is not small. On the other hand, due to the nature of the field that is in a transitional period, there is a limit to the accumulation of expertise, know-how, resources, etc. that each university can respond to alone, so I believe that a scheme in which each university collaborates to solve problems is effective.
This research mainly conducts research on efforts to promote support for students with disabilities at each university, etc. implemented by inter-university collaborative organizations.
Principal Investigator Kyoto University Student Services Organization Associate Professor Jun Murata


(2) Research on the actual situation of long-term community cooperation activities by university students and local organizations in Kyoto City and how to support them

Research Outline This study objectively clarifies the actual situation of long-term community cooperation activities by university students and local organizations in Kyoto City, and then considers the future support provided by universities and related organizations involved in these activities.
Specifically, through questionnaires, we will identify student organizations (seminars and university-approved organizations) that are engaged in long-term community collaboration activities in Kyoto City, and clarify the factors and issues that have led the organizations to take root in the community, mainly through interviews. Then, while learning from the knowledge of advanced experience nationwide, we will consider the role that universities and related organizations should play and how to provide effective support to university students who are engaged in continuous regional cooperation activities.
Principal Investigator Kyoto Tachibana University, Faculty of Business Administration, Department of Business Administration Assistant Professor Masayuki Ota


4. How to apply

 Please apply by Thursday, March 9, 2023 from the following link.




5. Inquiries regarding this matter

 Consortium of Universities Kyoto
Research and Public Relations Division (Contact: Matsumoto) TEL:075-353-9130 / FAX:075-353-9101
E-mail:shitei_kadai-ml■consortium.or.jp (Please change ■ to @ and send)