In collaboration with Kyoto City, the Foundation will widely disseminate examples of collaboration between universities, students, and local communities in the city, and will hold the "University-Regional Collaboration Summit" (nicknamed ×"Gatch Link") as an opportunity for universities, students, and local organizations involved in regional cooperation activities to interact.

On the day of the event, there will be a lecture by community designer Ryo Yamazaki, case studies by universities that have been selected for the "University and Community Collaboration University" promotion project, and poster sessions by universities, students, local organizations, etc. that are engaged in university-regional collaboration activities in the city (panel introductions and exchange of opinions).

From the lectures and reports of various activity cases, why don't you find hints for further deepening cooperation with the possibility of new collaboration between the university / student and the community, aiming for further regional revitalization!

Anyone can participate, so please feel free to join us.

University-Regional Cooperation Summit (nickname: Gatch Link)

On Sunday, November 6, 2016 10:00~13:00
Venue Campus Plaza Kyoto 5F Lecture Room 1 / 2F Hall
(939 Higashishiokojicho, Shiokoji-cho, Nishinotoin-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City)
[Access] 5-minute walk from Kyoto Municipal Subway, JR, and Kintetsu Kyoto Station 
Content < in Lecture Room 1 on the 5th floor>
: Community Design that Connects Universities, Students and Communities (tentative) Speaker: Ryo Yamazaki (Representative, STUDIO-L, Community Designer) (Profile)

Born in Aichi Prefecture in 1973. Graduated from Osaka Prefecture University Graduate School and the University of Tokyo Graduate School. Ph.D. in Engineering. In addition to being the representative of studio-L, he is a professor at Tohoku University of Art and Design (head of the Department of Community Design) and a special guest professor at Keio University. After working at an architectural and landscape design office, he established studio-L in 2005. Involved in community design for local residents to solve local issues. There are many projects related to community development workshops, comprehensive planning with resident participation, and park management with citizen participation. He received the Good Design Award for the Ama Town Comprehensive Promotion Plan, Studio-L Iga Office, and Shimanowa 2014, and the Kids Design Award for the Parent-Child Health Handbook.

●Case Study
Theme: Past
Regional Collaboration Initiatives and "Cooperative Universities" Promotion Project Presenter: >
at the 2nd floor hall <of the university

that has been selected for the "Cooperative University" Promotion Project ●Poster session (introduction of case studies and exchange of opinions through panels)

Quorum 200 people
* All on a first-come, first-served basis * If the capacity is not met,
applications will be accepted on the day.
Attendance fee Free
Organizer Kyoto City / University Consortium Kyoto

Event Report

 On Sunday, November 6, the "University-Regional Collaboration Summit" (nickname×: Gatch Link) was held at Campus Plaza Kyoto.
In the first part of the event, community designer Ryo Yamazaki gave a keynote speech, and case studies were presented by universities that have been selected for the "Learning Town Collaboration University" Promotion Project.
In the second part, we moved the venue and held a poster session. In the poster session, 14 universities, students, and local organizations engaged in university-regional collaboration activities in the city participated, and the panels introduced case studies and exchanged opinions.
Many students, university faculty and staff, and local residents visited each venue, and the participants deepened their exchanges with each other in order to find hints for further deepening cooperation with the aim of new possibilities for collaboration between the university and students and the community, and for further revitalization.

Part 1

Part 1: Community designer Mr. Yamazaki’s lecture

Part 1

Part 1: Case study presentations by universities selected for the “University-University Collaboration” promotion project

Part 2

Part 2: Visitors and exhibitors exchanging opinions in front of the posters

Part 2

Part 2: Inside the poster session venue

【Poster Session Exhibitor List】

Business name Organization name Activity location Detail
1 Bukkyo University Welfare Education Development Center Project
Let’s go to Onogo for community welfare fieldwork!
Let’s go to Onogo (Bukkyo University) Kita-ku PDF 
2 Bukkyo University Welfare Education Development Center Project
Local welfare fieldwork Let’s go to Shino!
Murasaki Kidzu (Bukkyo University) Kita-ku PDF 
3 Kita Ward Town Development Radio Project Connecting Generations Ritsumeikan University College of Industrial and Social Sciences Sakata Seminar Kita-ku PDF 
4 Metropolitan Light ’16 Toei Light Executive Committee Kamigyo-ku PDF 
5 Kyoto Gyoen National Garden Open Data Map Project Kyoto Suzaku Rotary Club Kamigyo-ku PDF 
6 Collaborative activity practice and promotion network creation for regional revitalization Kyoto Institute of Technology Sasaki Urban Development Laboratory Sakyo-ku Nakagyo-ku Yamashina-ku others PDF 
7 “Jidai Festival Support Project”
(Citizenship Studies I, GB Class)
Ritsumeikan University Service Learning Center Nakagyo-ku PDF 
8 Tourism Omotenashi Strategy “What is the True Feelings of Tourists” Tourism Open Data Council Shimogyo-ku PDF 
9 Keihoku Utsu Fureai Learning TogetherKyoto Seika University Keihoku Uzu Treasure Sagashikai Ukyo-ku PDF 
10 Fossil University x Kaohsiung Junior High School Regional Revitalization Project Bukkyo University Social Collaboration Center Mio Revitalization Project Ukyo-ku PDF 
11 President Sweets Project Hanazono University HLP (Hanazono Leaders Project) Ukyo-ku PDF 
12 Activities of Ukyo Ward Student Election Supporters Ukyo Ward Student Election Supporter Ukyo-ku PDF 
13 Town and school plan Kyoto Town and Nanasai Community (Ryukoku University) Fushimi-ku PDF 
14 Environmental protection of the Higashi-Takasegawa River and Jizo-bon project Ryukoku University Higashi-Takase River Environmental Protection and Jizo-Bon Project Team Fushimi-ku PDF 

Contact us

University Consortium Kyoto University and Community Collaboration Summit
TEL: 075-353-9130 FAX: 075-353-9101
MAIL: chiiki-summit-ml■consortium.or.jp (Please change ■ to @ and send)
600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City, Shiokoji-dori
※Reception hours: Tue~Sat 9:00~17:00

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