We, University of Yamanashi, will be awarded a prize as an employer who positively works on gender equality activities in 2013.Prefectural governor of Yamanashi awards a prize to employers who work on gender equality activities and also are regarded as a model for others. We are really honored and would like to make further effort on it.
First meeting of Gender Equality in fiscal year 2013 was held on 17th May. Director Kazama reported that our plan that supports female researchers was adopted by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology as Supporting Activities for Female Researchers. Moreover, the setup of Support Office for Female Researchers, University of Yamanashi was reported.
Director Kazama was selected to promotion committee of Gender Equality at University of Yamanashi in fiscal year 2013.
Do you know that the interior of our room is cafe-style? We open up this room for the people of University of Yamanashi, so that you can use this space for the interchange, consultation and information exchange… Now, we would like to inform you that we will have a lunch-hour chatting regularly. ＜English Conversation DAY All gender OK!＞ ・English conversation Lunch the day 2nd, 12th, 22nd of each month. 12:00～13:00 Let’s have a chat in English! It must be fun to talk with the person who rarely meets. But it may be called off for our meeting on the first & third Wednesday. Please bring your lunch! ＜click here to…Continue reading
On May 7th, 2013, a lecture presentation was sponsored by the Yamanashi Prefecture Women’s Organization Association, an association that mainly consists of various areas’ women’s activity groups. The title of the event was “Current Environment and Future Generation Development for Female Researchers ― Initiatives at the University of Yamanashi” and Prof. Kazama, Director of the Support Office, was invited as lecturer. The venue was full of highly interested members from many women’s organizations in Yamanashi. There were various comments from listeners who are always proactive in gender-equality promotion; “Now that female students have wider range of future paths to select from, it seems to be getting more and…Continue reading