The world has been confronted with great difficulty due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the entire world is transforming.
Under the circumstances, we asked professors from various research fields to express their views about the present and the future of our society.
This series explores the issues of today and the issues of the future through the lens of our faculty members' research, while providing messages of encouragement to our students who will be the leaders of the future.
“Engineering is Creating Things to Help People” What the World Needs Right Now
The Future of Informal Communication amid the Shift to Online Activities
Because of COVID-19, we must make sure we have accurate knowledge and try new things
Finding Joy in Crisis.
Networks for Human Coexistence: A Lesson from African Societies
Creating New Value:
The State of Food After the Pandemic
How Can You Connect with Others Online?
Handling Information in the Age of COVID-19.
Exercise Habits to Protect Your Health under the “New Lifestyle”
High time for global association.
International cooperation will be the driver for surviving the post-corona world.
Tourism will change in the post-corona world. Prof. Endo talks about a kind of sustainable tourism in which hospitality goes both ways.
From the perspective of social psychology, Prof. Sato’s message for the students is this:
Use the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to get to know yourself and to see society for what it really means to you.