Symposium for the 20th Anniversary of GSID Establishment><General Assembly for Asian Academic Network

Dear Alumni of the Graduate School of International Development (GSID)

<Symposium for the 20th Anniversary of GSID Establishment>

The Graduate School of International Development (GSID) was established in
1991 and the 20th anniversary falls on this year. To mark this occasion, a
symposium will be held with the presence of the founding dean, Professor
Eiji Ogawa, Professor Emeritus of Nagoya University, Professor Naoki Chujo,
among other distinguished guests. In addition, panel discussion by GSID
graduates will also be organized. Taking the opportunity of this 20th
anniversary, we are very pleased to invite all GSID alumni to come and visit
to GSID again.
After the symposium, there will be a get-together party for us to enjoy and
refresh our memories of old friendship during the student times. As the
event takes place on Friday, we understand that it may be difficult for some
of us to fix the schedule. However, attendance to the get-together party
alone is also greatly welcome (rather it is the main event for the alumni).

Detailed Schedule of the Symposium:

Date and Time: March 4, 2011 (Fri.), Starting from 13h00.
Venue: Nagoya University, Department of Economics, Lecture Room No. 2.
Party: 17h45-19h00 (with possibility of extension), at Southern Cafeteria.

For details of the symposium, please refer to the PDF link below.

<General Assembly for Asian Academic Network>

Since its establishment, the GSID has put emphasis on international research
and educational cooperation, especially with various leading universities
and research institutes in Asian region. As a result, in 2009, as a core
university, Nagoya University was able to launch a network called “Academic
Network for Development in Asia, ANDA”.
Following the 20th anniversary symposium, ANDA will hold its third
conference during March 5-7 at Nagoya University. In this conference, as
there will be a series of presentations on the current research situation in
Asia, you are very welcome to attend this event. For the details of ANDA,
please refer the URL below.

Last but not least, due to job offer and job transfer by some of our alumni
members; the office of GSID alumni cannot cover all contacts. For this
reason, we will be most grateful if you can pass this information to those
who cannot receive this mail. We look forwards to seeing you all on both the
20th anniversary symposium and ANDA conference.

President of GSID Alumni
Kohei Miyagawa
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