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    【上級・新設科目】グローバルリーダーシップ実践 Global Leadership Practice

    2018年5月10日

    「上級」の『リーダーシップ・国際教養』対象科目に、新しい科目が登録されました。
    上級を修了するためには、『リーダーシップ・国際教養』対象科目より1単位取得する必要があります。

    “Global Leadership Practice” has newly registered as one course category of “Leadership training and International Liberal Arts”, Global Scientists and Engineers Course-Advanced.
    Advanced course students must attain 1 credit from this category in order to complete course requirements.

     

    グローバルリーダーシップ実践 Global Leadership Practice

     

    科目名/Lecture Title

    グローバルリーダーシップ実践  Global Leadership Practice 

    (科目コード/Course number: LAW.X425)

     

    講義概要/Course description

    本学の協定校であるジョージア工科大学より講師を招きます。リーダーシップに関連した能力を育成するワークショップや、事例研究、ディスカッション、自己分析等を通じて、自身の価値や目的を実現するためのリーダーシップに必要な要素について学びます。

    This course is organized in partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology. Students will actively participate in experiential learning activities related to self-evaluation, case studies, organization observation and analysis, site and innovation visits, and a final team project.

     

    講義日程/Course schedule

    6/19 (Tue) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 @ S409
    6/22 (Fri) 10:45-12:15 + 13:20-14:50 @ S409
    6/26 (Tue) 10:45-12:15  + 13:20-14:50 @ S409
    6/29 (Fri) 10:45-12:15  + 13:20-14:50 @ S409

     

    シラバス/Syllabus

     OCW(日本語English

     

    教科書 Textbook

    講義では以下の本を使いますので、ご自身でご準備ください。

    Please obtain following textbook prior to the course by yourself. 

    “The Student Leadership Challenge: Five Practices for Becoming an Exemplary Leader 3rd Edition”, James Kouzes and Barry Posner

     

    履修申告方法/Course registration

    6/8(金)までに、教務Webシステムより、追加申告を行ってください。

    Please make “Course Addition” through Web-System for Students and Faculty by Friday,8th June .

     

    講師の紹介/Introduction of instructors

    – Instructor –

    Stacey Doremus (Georgia Institute of Technology, the Assistant Director for Leadership Education and Development Programs (LEAD) and Systems)

    Stacey Doremus is the Assistant Director for Leadership Education and Development Programs (LEAD) and Systems at Georgia Institute of Technology. She works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff, as well as other universities to support the development and enrichment of student leadership skills through LEAD’s program initiatives. She also assists with organizing the workshop for Tokyo Tech’s Global Leadership Training Program at Georgia Tech. Prior to pursuing her passion for encouraging student leadership growth and development, Stacey held a variety of positions within the corporate world focusing on marketing and innovative product design and development. She currently has a professional affiliation with the International Leadership Association.

     

    – Teaching Assistant –

    Emily Lustig (Georgia Institute of Technology, 4th year PhD Student studying Cognitive Aging in the Psychology Department)

    Emily Lustig completed her B.S. at the University of Michigan in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience and a minor in the philosophy of science. Emily is currently a 4th year PhD Student studying Cognitive Aging in the Psychology Department at Georgia Tech. She earned her M.S. in 2018 and has been awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Institutional Research Training Grant from the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging). Alongside her academics, she is passionate about helping others and has taken on leadership and advocacy roles. As a Leadership Fellow, she has been able to combine her passion for helping others achieve their best with her research interests in creating behavioral change. She has also taken on leadership roles which include serving as the Vice Chair of the Psychology Graduate Student Committee and co-leading a committee on the Mental Health Student Coalition. At the University of Michigan, Emily served as the Student Body Vice President, co-lead and founded Wolverine Support Network — a peer-to-peer mental health network, and served as the Programming Assistant for Beyond the Diag — a organization that planned events to build community and safety for off-campus neighborhoods.

     

    – Guest Speaker (6/26) –

    Minh Nguyen (Facebook Japan, Marketing Science Lead/ TokyoTech Alumni)

    Minh Nguyen received his Bachelor of Engineering from National Defense Academy, Japan, with Undergraduate Student Honor Award, Honor Foreign Student Honor Award.
    He completed his Ph.D. of Computer Science, Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology and received 100% scholarship from Japanese Government.

    After graduation, he joined Dentsu Inc. Tokyo, Integrated Data Strategy Center. He served many national clients on ads effectiveness research, mix marketing modelling, digital strategy consulting.
    At Facebook, He is  helping client’s business grow by transforming marketing practices, grounded in data and science. Especially, He is helping domestic clients to go global with export business, digital transformation, and adopt those learnings at global scale.