Greetings From SUIJI!
Greetings from the Hitachi Global Foundation!
The AC21 Legacy Fund (LF) aims to promote the development of research and educational exchanges between AC21 members by providing funding for a collaborative project in research, learning, and teaching to advance scholarly engagement. As AC21 came to a close at the end of 2022, the Legacy Fund is intended to support a project that will make use of and further facilitate the AC21 network that was developed in the past 20 years of its activities.
INTI International University, Malaysia is expanding international engagement and collaboration in research activities with other partners globally. As a part of INTI’s effort to strengthen research capacity, we wish to invite you to be our research fellow. Our research fellowship program aims to enable researchers to pursue excellence in producing quality research outputs in their respective fields, in terms of quantity and quality.
Greetings from Sumitomo Foundation!
Hi, UGM Students!
Prince of Songkla University, together with Universiti Utara, Malaysia, and Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia, cordially invites undergraduate students from universities in ASEAN+3 countries to participate in the “ASEAN Intervarsity Youth Competition 2022”. The competition includes a Speech Contest, an ASEAN Quiz, and a Science Inspiration Talk.
The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund, or Sylff, is a fellowship program initiated in 1987 to support students pursuing graduate studies in the humanities and social sciences. To date, endowments of $1 million each have been presented to 69 universities and consortia in 44 countries. About 16,000 students have received fellowships since the program’s launch, and many of these Sylff fellows have gone on to become leaders in various fields following graduation.
The Hitachi Global Foundation originates to five foundations established with a strong will of former executives of Hitachi, Ltd., including the Society for the Promotion of Technology in Japan established in 1967 by Chikara Kurata who was the second President of Hitachi, Ltd., and the other four were founded by Kenichiro Komai, the third President, and Kamejiro Takeuchi, former Vice President. Cherishing the original philosophy, each of the five foundations contributed to society for over 40 years with programs in the fields of home upbringing, youth development, promotion of science and technology, awareness-raising of environmental conservation, and support for human development in Asia.