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This is the official guidebook for the 2012 Global Studies, Peace and Leadership Summer Seminar is a 5 week intensive international program hosted by Hiroshima Jogakuin University. Students from ...

This is the official guidebook for the 2012 Global Studies, Peace and Leadership Summer Seminar is a 5 week intensive international program hosted by Hiroshima Jogakuin University. Students from across Asia and North America will experience virtual classroom preparation before embarking on a journey through Asia; comprised of a 1 week Peace Seminar and home-stays in Japan, followed by a 10-day social justice service learning project with partnering NGOs based in India and Thailand.

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    • HIROSHIMA JOGAKUIN UNIVERSITY 4-13-1 Ushita-higashi, GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, 732-0063 JAPAN LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR P- +81-82-555-8072 W- www.hju.ac.jp JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012PARTICIPANT’SGUIDE BOOKWhat You Will Find Here → ℘ Message from the President ℘ Summer Seminar Overview + Virtual Classroom + Peace Seminar + Fieldwork + Wrap Up & Next Steps ℘ HJU and Hiroshima City Information ℘ Peace Seminar Schedule ℘ Participant List ℘ Presenter and Faculty Bios 1 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • FROM THE PRESIDENT GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012℘ I sincerely would like to welcome you to Hiroshima Jogakuin University for the 2012 Global Studies, Peace andLeadership Summer Seminar. We have prepared a wonderful program for all of you, and I assure you that thisopportunity will remain a lifelong experience.I would also like to express my deep appreciation to President Ruth Knox of Wesleyan College, President Caroline Whitson of Columbia College inthe United States and President Elizabeth Charles of Isabella Thoburn College in India for sending their students to the Global Studies, Peace andLeadership Summer Seminar- an intentionally sequenced format comprised of a virtual classroom, the Wesley Foundation Sponsored Peace Seminarand Fieldwork in India and Thailand.In terms of your expectations, we have many outstanding lecturers who will give us profound insights to your academic interests. We will alsoprepare an international night, a film night and also a cultural night to expose and celebrate our multi-cultural environment. We are excited to have thefirst ever student based media team to capture and share these experiences with the world through our online journal that is launching with theseminar- The Global Voice.During the Peace Seminar, with the support of President Ii and Professor Shimazaki of Kobe College we will have contemporary dance teamperforming on the first day from Kobe College for the opening event. I am very grateful for both President Ii and Professor Shimazaki of Kobe Collegewho are ensuring that the opening of the Peace Seminar is an exciting one. Also please note that we have arranged home-stays with local Japanesefamilies for a few of the evenings- many of our Global Studies in English students are looking forward to hosting their international counterparts.Needless to say, the main program in Hiroshima is to attend the Memorial Peace Ceremony that will be held in the Peace Park with theRepresentatives of various countries and Governor and Mayor of Hiroshima as well as thousands of Hiroshima Citizens in the morning of August 6th.I am sure you will be given a time to think about Peace and Reconciliation during the seminar. I will guarantee that this will be an unforgettableexperience in your life. President Hiromi Nagao PhD Hiroshima Jogakuin University 2 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • SUMMER SEMINAR OVERVIEW GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012About the Summer Seminar 5 Week Seminar Timeline About the Seminar Host℘ The 2012 Global Studies, Peace and ℘ July 18- August 1 ℘Hiroshima Jogakuin University + Virtual classroom- based preparationLeadership Summer Seminar is a 5 week through the online “eFORUM”; Site: home (HJU) is the hosting sponsor of the 2012intensive international program hosted by university Summer Seminar. The university has aHiroshima Jogakuin University (HJU). Students ℘ August 2 historically rich legacy and was founded in 1886 + Travel/arrivals to Japan by devout Christians with a strong desire tofrom across Asia and North America ℘ August 3 – 8experience virtual classroom preparation develop women’s education in Hiroshima. + ‘Peace Seminar’ (lectures, site visits,before embarking on a journey through Asia; workshops) & home-stays; Site: Japan- HJU Today there are over 1800 students enrolledcomprised of a 1 week Peace Seminar and Campus and 13 majors offered in the Department of ℘ August 9 Liberal Arts- including Global Studies in Englishhome-stays in Japan, followed by a 10-day social + Travel to Fieldworkjustice service learning fieldwork project with ℘ August 10-17 (GSE). HJU is located in the foothills ofpartnering NGOs based in India and Thailand. + Service-learning field work with partner Hiroshima, less than a 10 minute drive fromImmediately after the fieldwork experience all NGO; Sites: Thailand and India the city center. See the English version of theparticipants will return to the HJU Campus for a ℘ August 18 website for more: • Travel back to Japantwo-day guided wrap-up and create the next ℘ August 19 www.hju.ac.jp/eng/index.htmlaction steps for how they will apply their o + Rest/Free Daylearnings to their local, regional and ℘ August 20-21international community. The 2012 Summer + Group reports, guided debrief and next steps; Site: Japan- HJU CampusSeminar is made possible with the generous ℘ August 22support of the Wesley Foundation, and host, + DeparturesHiroshima Jogakuin University. 3 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • HJU CAMPUS ORIENTATION GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 HJU CAMPUS MAP RELEVANT TO YOUR STAY AT HJU ℘BUILDINGS: → “HINOHARA HALL” Facilities: 1F Lounge, Kiosk, Vending Machines, WC (M & F) 2F Cafeteria, WC (F) 3F Cafeteria, WC (F) 4F PC Room, Shower Rooms, WC (F) 5F Assembly Hall, WC (M & F) *note – eating and drinking are not allowed in the Assembly Hall; please make use of the lounge and open cafeteria hours to enjoy snacks and drinks → “SOFIA-KAN #2” Facilities: 1F Seminar Rooms (101) Vending Machines, WC (M & F) 2F Seminar Rooms (203), WC (M & F) → “KOHFU-KAN” Facilities: 1F Seminar Registration Room → “CHAPEL” Facilities: Morning Service/interfaith devotionals, WC (M & F) ℘INTERNET ACCESS: → HINOHARA HALL (4F); SOFIA-KAN #2 4F “E-learning" Room 4 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • HIROSHIMA CITY ORIENTATION GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 HIROSHIMA CITY MAP INFORMATION ℘HIROSHIMA JOGAKUIN UNIVERSITY: → 2012 Summer Seminar Office 4-31-1 Ushita-higashi, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima 732-0063 Tel: 082-228-0390 (Kokusai Koryu Center/International Office) Email: HJUsummerseminar@gmail.com ℘OFF-CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION: → Toyoko Inn; Hiroshima-eki Shinkansen-guchi 2-6-25 Hikarimachi, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima 734-0052 Tel: 082-506-1045 Web: http://toyoko-inn.com ℘HJU EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS: → Tel: 082-228-0386 (HJU Central Office) → Staff Mobile Numbers: Mr. Une – 080-1646-3411 (International Affairs Office) Ms. Nagae – 080-1910-9631 (International Affairs Office) Ms. Courtney Lawrence - 080-1919-9920 (HJU Faculty) 5 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PEACE SEMINAR PARTICIPANTS GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 PARTICIPANTS FACULTY PRESENTERS Allison Pope (WES) Mayu Okawara (HJU) President Hiromi Nagao (HJU) Mr. Steven Leeper (JAPAN) Anna Elizabeth May (CLMB) Miku Kagemoto (HJU) President Charles (ITC) Dr. Yamamoto Toshimasa (JAPAN)PEACE SEMINAR AUGUST 3 – AUGUST 7 Arisa Fukuzaki (HJU) Mizuki Toki (HJU) Dr. Alfred Lawrence (ITC) Dr. Ronald Klein (HJU) Carol Propps-Murphy (CLMB) Mollie Hykel (HJU) Dr. Karen Huber (WES) Ms. Koko Kondo (JAPAN) Cathryn Briley Derrick (CLMB) Natsuki Noda (HJU) Dr. Melanie Doherty (WES) Mr. Miyoshi Fumihisa (JAPAN) Chantel Renee Lucas (CLMB) Patricia Rose Cely (CLMB) Dr. Barry Rhoades (WES) Mr. Clifton Truman Daniel (USA) Charleen Tan Yung Xin (HJU) Risa Ikeda (HJU) Dr. Sharon Jones (CLMB) Mr. Hiroyuki Tanimoto (JAPAN) Cheyenne Foster (WES) Shanelle Holder (WES) Dr. Mie Ishii,Vice President(HJU) Ms. Rosebell Kagumire (UGANDA) Deborah Sudduth Alexander(CLMB) She-Marie Steadman (WES) Rev. Masashi Sawamura (HJU) Mr. Cory Wilson (USA) Erica Gayle Payne (CLMB) Shemeka Cusak (CLMB) OdaTakeshi (HJU) Professor Jun Manalo (PHILIPPINES) Hoa Huong Quynh Nguyen (WES) Shoko Tokumaru (HJU) Haruyasu Nagano (HJU) ADMINISTRATION Jacquelyn Anne Libatique (U of P) Stephanie Macomber (CLMB) Courtney Lawrence (HJU) Kazuyuki Shimobo (HJU) Jessica Noelle Haynes (WES) Yi Wu (WES) GUESTS Osamu Une (HJU) Krisyrel Tanaka (HJU) Yoshie Ninokata (HJU) Norie Shigaki (Wesley Foundation) Naomi Nagae (HJU) Kritika Santram (ITC) Yuri Takeuchi (HJU) VOLUNTEERS YukoTanimoto (HJU) Linh Nguyen Dieu Lai (WES) Kimika Hinoshita (KOBE) Ann Laurel Latimer (USA) Lizbet Palmer & Olivia Rose (HJU) 6 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • FIELDWORK PARTICIPANTS GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 INDIA THAILAND Carol Propps-Murphy Columbia Cathryn Briley Derrick ColumbiaFIELDWORK & WRAP UP AUGUST 9 – AUGUST 22 Anna Elizabeth May Columbia Shemeka Cusak Columbia Patricia Rose Cely Columbia Chantel Renee Lucas Columbia Erica Gayle Payne Columbia Deborah Sudduth Alexander Columbia Miku Kagemoto Hiroshima Jogakuin Stephanie Nicole Macomber Columbia Yoshie Ninokata Hiroshima Jogakuin Allison Nicole Pope Wesleyan Mayu Okawara Hiroshima Jogakuin Jessica Noelle Haynes Wesleyan Charleen Tan Yung Xin Hiroshima Jogakuin Yi Wu Wesleyan Linh Nguyen Dieu Lai Wesleyan She- Marie Afiya Steadman Wesleyan Shanelle Holder Wesleyan Arisa Fukuzaki Hiroshima Jogakuin Cheyenne Foster Wesleyan Risa Ikeda Hiroshima Jogakuin Hoa Huong Quynh Nguyen Wesleyan Yuri Takeuchi Hiroshima Jogakuin Ann Laurel Latimer Hiroshima Jogakuin Shoko Tokumaru Hiroshima Jogakuin Dr. Melanie Doherty Wesleyan Mizuki Toki Hiroshima Jogakuin Nagano Haruyasu Hiroshima Jogakuin Molly Hykel Hiroshima Jogakuin Krisyrel Tanaka Hiroshima Jogakuin INDIA + THAILAND Dr. Sharon Jones Columbia Courtney Lawrence Hiroshima Jogakuin Dr. Barry Rhoades Wesleyan Cory Wilson Media Specialist OdaTakeshi Hiroshima Jogakuin 7 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PEACE SEMINAR SCHEDULE GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 MORNING (7:00 →12:00hr) AFTERNOON (12:00 →17:00hr) EVENING (17:00 →  22:00hr) Thursday →  All  Day  -­‐  Participant  Arrivals   →  16:00  -­‐  Registration  and  Welcome   →17:30-­‐  18:00  -­‐  Student  Run  Welcome  ℘ AUGUST 2   Refreshments  (Hinorhara  Hall)   Program  (Kofu-­‐kan)     →  17:30-­‐  18:00  -­‐  Student  Run  Welcome       Program  (Kofu-­‐kan)     Friday →  7:00  -­‐    Breakfast  and  travels  to  HJU   →  12:00-­‐13:00-­‐Lunch  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  17:15-­‐18:15  -­‐  Kobe  College   (with  Host  Family)   →  13:00-­‐16:30  -­‐  Hiroshima  Peace   Contemporary  Dance  Performance  ℘ AUGUST 3 →  9:00  -­‐  Opening  Devotion  and   Memorial  Museum:  Guided  Tours  in     (Hinohara  Hall  5F)   Keynote:  Ms.  Claudia  Yamamoto  and   Small  Groups  (Bus  will  depart  HJU  next  to  the   →18:30-­‐  19:30  -­‐  Welcome  Dinner:  with   Dr.Yamamoto  Toshimasa  from  Kwansei   Hinohara  Hall  entrance  by  13:15,  tours  will  start   host  families  (Hinohara  Hall  2F);  19:45,   Gakuin  University  (Chapel)   at  13:45)   Departure  with  Host  Families   →10:30  -­‐  11:45  -­‐  Introductions  (Outside)         Saturday →  7:00  -­‐  Breakfast  and  travels  to  HJU   →  12:00-­‐13:00-­‐Lunch  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  17:00-­‐18:00  –  Group  Check-­‐In:   (with  Host  Family)   →  13:15-­‐14:45  –  Lecture:  Testimony  of   Guided  Reflections  (Hinohara  Hall  5F)  ℘ AUGUST 4 →  8:00  -­‐  Interfaith  Devotion:  Christian   an  A-­‐Bomb  Survivor,  Ms.  Koko  Kondo   →18:15-­‐  19:15-­‐  Dinner  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   Values  for  the  Non-­‐Christian,  Dr.Ron   (Sofia  203)   →19:30-­‐  21:00  –  International  Night   Kline  (Chapel)   →  15:15-­‐16:45  –  Workshop:  Technical   Celebration  (all  Peace  Seminars  and   →9:00  –  10:30  –  Lecture:  Being  and   Artistry-­‐Media  Team  Trainings,   Host  Families  Invited)  (Hinohara  Hall  5F);   Becoming  a  Peacebuilder,  Mr.  Jun   Ms.Rosebell  Kagumire  ,  Mr.Cory  Wilson   21:45,  Departure  with  Host  Families   Manalo  (Sofia  203)   (Sofia  203)   →10:45  –  11:45  –  Workshop:  Role  of   Media  on  Peace,  Ms.Rosebell  Kagumire  ,   Mr.Cory  Wilson  (Sofia  203)   8 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • Sunday →  7:00  -­‐  Breakfast  and  travels  to  HJU   →  12:15-­‐13:00-­‐Lunch  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  17:00-­‐18:00  –  Group  Check-­‐In:   (with  Host  Family)   →  13:00-­‐15:00  –  Lecture:  New   Guided  Reflections  (Hinohara  Hall  5F)  ℘ AUGUST 5 →  9:00  -­‐  Interfaith  Sunday  Service:  Rev. Generation,  New  Era-­‐  Peace  Message  to   →18:15-­‐  19:15-­‐  Dinner  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   Masashi Sawamura  (Chapel)   the  Young  Generation  of  the  World,  Mr.   →19:30-­‐  21:30  –  Film  Night-­‐  Led  by  the   →10:45  –  12:00  –Lecture:   Clifton  Daniel  Truman,  Mr.  Ali  Beezer   Director  of  Konkan  Kyoto  Indies  Film   Reconstruction  Out  of  Zero,  Mr. Miyoshi (Hinohara  Hall  5F)   Festival  (Host  Families  Invited)  (Hinohara   Fumihisa(Sofia  203)   →  15:15-­‐13:30  –  Workshop:  Media   Hall  5F)   →10:45  –  11:45  –  Workshop:  Role  of   Team  Break  Out  Groups,  Ms.Rosebell   →22:00  –  Showers  and  Rest  (Hinohara  Hall   Media  on  Peace,  Rosebell  Kagumire,   Kagumire  ,  Mr.Cory  Wilson  (Sofia  101)   4  &  5F)   Cory  Wilson  (Sofia  203) Monday →  5:30-­‐  6:30-­‐    Waking  Up  and  Travel  to   →12:00  –  17:00  –Hiroshima  City   →  17:00-­‐18:30  –  Dinner  in  the  City  ℘ AUGUST 6 Peace  Memorial  Park  (by  bus);  arrival  by   Explorations/Free  (in  small  groups)   (Restaurant  Agri)   7:00AM     →  18:00-­‐21:00  –  Evening  Walk  Around   →  8:15  –11:00-­‐    Peace  Memorial  Service     the  City/Buy  ‘Miyagi’  (Return  to  HJU  by   (PM  Park)  ;  Summer  Cloud  Recitation  (travel     TAXI)   by  bus  to  Hiroshima  Jogakuin  Highschool)     →  21:00  –  Evening  Check-­‐In  (at  HJU)   →11:00  –  12:00  –Box  Lunch  &  Break  (on     →22:00  –  Showers  and  Rest    (Hinohara   school  grounds)     Hall  4&5  F)   Tuesday →  12:00-­‐13:00-­‐Lunch  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  18:00-­‐Group  Photo  (Outside)   →  7:30  -­‐  Breakfast  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  13:30-­‐14:30-­‐Group  Check-­‐In,  Small   →  18:30-­‐21:30  –  Farewell  Dinner  and  ℘ AUGUST 7 →  8:30  -­‐  Student  Led  Interfaith   Groups  (Sofia  102)   Traditional  Japanese  Dance  and  Tea   Devotions  (Chapel)   →  15:00-­‐18:00-­‐Group  Presentations   Ceremony  (Hinohara  Hall  5F)   →9:00  –  10:30  –Lecture:  Hiroshima   and  Next  Steps  (Sofia  102)   →22:00  –  Showers  and  Rest    (Hinohara   Grassroots  and  Nuclear  Abolition,  Mr.   Hall  4&5  F)   Steve Leeper (Sofia  101)       →10:45  –  11:45  –  Workshop:  Working     for  Contemporary  Peace-­‐  Social  Activism     and  Peacebuilding  in  Today’s  World  (Sofia     101)     Wednesday →  7:30  -­‐  Breakfast  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   →  All  Day  –  Participant  Departures  for   →  18:00-­‐21:30  –Dinner  and  evening  ℘ AUGUST 8 →  9:00-­‐  Optional  Tour  (at  Participant’s   those  NOT  going  on  Fieldwork   check-­‐in  for  Fieldwork  (Hinohara  Hall  2F)   expense)       9 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • FIELDWORK & WRAP UP SCHEDULE GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012 FIELDWORK ℘ THURSDAY AUGUST 9 → SATURDAY AUGUST 18INDIA & THAILAND →  See  the  full  schedules  on  the  eFORUM  http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012  ;  Printed  copies  will  be  provided  to  those   participants  going  to  fieldwork.   WRAP UP & NEXT ℘ SUNDAY AUGUST 19 →  TUESDAY AUGUST 21 STEPS HIROSHIMA →  See  the  full  schedules  on  the  eFORUM  http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012  ;  Printed  copies  will  be  provided  to  those   JOGAKUIN participants  returning  from  fieldwork. UNIVERSITY DEPARTURES ℘ WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 10 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PRESENTER & FACILITATOR BIOS GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012℘ Dr. Rev. Toshimasa Yamamoto ℘Mr. Cory Wilson  ℘Mr. Steve LeeperTopic: Opening Devotion and Keynote Topic: Role of Media on Peace & Conflict; Topic:    Hiroshima  Grassroots  and  Nuclear  Speaker Technical Artistry; Interactive Media Sessions Abolition  Professional Experience: Executive Professional Experience: Director of Professional Experience: Chairperson,Secretary for Tokyo YMCA. Ordained and Collaboration at The Collaborative, a social Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation, Specialappointed by the California/Pacific Conference venture dedicated to providing creative Advisor, Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation;of the United Methodist Church (UMC) to solutions to social entrepreneurs, nonprofit US Representative, Mayors for Peace; Co-Harris Untied Methodist Church in Honolulu, organizations and philanthropies, while President, Transnet Ltd; Overseas LiaisonHawaii. Associate Minister for Harris UMC. simultaneously empowering the next Advisor, Molten Corporation; EnglishExecutive Secretary for International Affairs at generation of creative professionals dedicated Instructor, Hiroshima YMCAthe National Christian Council in Japan (NCCJ). to social change. Academics: MA in Clinical Psychology fromElected as General Secretary of the NCCJ at Nationality: USA West Georgia University35th & 36th General Assembly of the NCCJ. Academics: BFA in New Media from the Nationality: USAPresently professor and chaplain at Kwansei State University of New YorkGakuin University in Kobe. Translated of "Adventure with God " published by JapanChristian Newspaper Co. Joint Authorship of"Living Together with Everyone on the Earth "& “ Windows into Ecumenism “Academics: BA in Law from Rikkyo (St.Paul’s) University. MA of Divinity from PacificSchool of Religion, Berkeley.Nationality: Japan 11 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PRESENTER & FACILITATOR BIOSCONTINUED℘Mr. Jun Manalo ℘ Ms. Koko (Tanimoto) Kondo ℘Mr. Miyoshi FumihisaTopic: Session 1) Being and Becoming a Topic: Testimony by A-Bomb Survivor Topic: Reconstruction out of ZeroPeacebuilder ; II)Working for Contemporary Peace Professional Experience: International Professional Experience: The City of- Social Activism and Peacebuilding in Today’s Spokesperson for Survivors of the Hiroshima Hiroshima: Assistant Director, Road PlanningWorld A-Bomb; Member of Miki-Shijimi Church, Division, Roads Department, Roads andProfessional Experience: Project director United Church of Christ in Japan; International Transportation Bureau; Assistant Director,of Asia Leadership Program of the University Adviser of Children as the Peacemakers Coordination Division, Seifu-Shintofor Peace. For two years he was part of Foundation; Hiroshima Peace Center Development Department, Urbansteering committee of World Vision Foundation, member of the Board of Directors; Development Bureau; Assistant Director,International Peace Prize. Assistant Professor Osaka Prefectural Ayame Nursery School, Technical Management Division, Regulationat the University of the Philippines teaching member of Board of Directors; Hiroshima- Department, City Planning Bureau; Director,courses on community development and Nagasaki Peace Study Tour of American Planning and Coordination Division III, Planningpeacebuilding. Teaching consultant, Asian University and Ritsumeikan University, Guest and Coordination Department, Planning andtheological Seminary on transformative Instructor; President Circle at Centenary General Affairs Bureau; Director, Greenerydevelopment. Serves as board member to College; Policy Division, Greenery PromotionNGOs that support urban poor youth Academics: Montessori Teaching Diploma Department, Urban Development Bureau;empowerment and peace and reconciliation Hiroshima University; Graduate School of Director, Park Development Division,initiatives. Education, Research Student (Hiroshima); Greenery Promotion Department, UrbanAcademics: BA on Islamic Studies, MA in Central Bucks Joint High School, PA; Centenary Development Bureau; Director of SuburbanCommunity Development and is a doctoral College, New Jersey; American University, Development Section, Sewer Canal Division,candidate in Public Administration, all at the Washington, D.C. Facilities Department, Sewerage BureauUniversity of the Philippines. He did post Nationality: Japan Academics: The Faculty of Engineering,graduate studies at Uppsala University, Sweden Hiroshima Universityand Eastern Mennonite University, USA. Nationality: JapanNationality: Philippines 12 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PRESENTER & FACILITATOR BIOSCONTINUED℘Ms. Rosebell Kagumire ℘Mr. Clifton Daniel Truman     ℘Rev. Masashi SawamuraTopic: Role of Media on Peace & Conflict; Topic:     Topic: Sunday Morning ServiceTechnical Artistry; Interactive Media Sessions Professional Experience: Director of Professional Experience: Chaplain andProfessional Experience: Multimedia Public Relations for Harry S Truman College, Lecturer, Hiroshima Jogakuin University;journalist with Isis-Women’s International one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago. Pastor, church in Fukuoka; Manager ofCross Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE). Prior to that, he worked as a feature writer and Accounting, Buying and Foreign Affairs,Contributor to Inter Press Service (IPS Africa). editor for the Morning Star and Sunday Star- Kawasaki Heavy IndustriesWork for different Ugandan media including News in Wilmington, North Carolina; Member Academics: Currently pursuinf Phd in NewDaily Monitor, Uganda Radio Network, NTV of the Board of Trustees of the Harry S. Testament Theology, especially the GospelUganda, The Independent news magazine. Truman Library Institute in Independence, according to Matthew; Kwansei GakuinOther international outlets include the Institute Missouri; Author of the 1995 book, Growing Up University School of Thelogy; Graduated fromfor War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and the With My Grandfather: Memories of Harry S. Otaru University of Commerce in 1990Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). Truman. Nationality: JapanAward winning blog - first African journalist Nationality: USAblogging awards hosted by Panos West Africain 2009 and the 2010 VOICE bloggingfellowship by Oxfam GB.Academics: Studied non-violent conflict atThe Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy atTufts University. MA in Media, Conflict andPeace studies from the United NationsMandated University for Peace in Costa Rica.Nationality: Ugandan 13 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • PRESENTER & FACILITATOR BIOSCONTINUED℘Dr.Ronald Klein ℘Mr.Hiroyuki Tanimoto ℘Ms. Courtney LawrenceTopic: Christian Values for the Non-Christian Topic: Director of Film Night Topic:    Peace  Seminar  Guided  Check-­‐InsProfessional Experience: Professor, Professional Experience: Film Producer / Professional Experience: Summer SeminarHiroshima Jogakuin University; Former Media Research, Inc., Festival Curator / CON- Program Director and Lecturer of GlobalDirector General, Hiroshima International CAN MOVIE FESTIVAL, Programmer / Kyoto Studies in English at Hiroshima JogakuinSchool; Board Chair, St. Xavier’s School, an International Indies Cinema, Lecturer / JOSHIBI University; Co-founder, Green Loop (Nashville)orphanage in India University of Art and Design. 2009 - Produced Social Enterprise; Consultant, AshokaAcademics: B.A. in English and M.A. in the award winning short film “SIX” with Innovators for the Public – Washington, DC;Education from University of Pennsylvania; director duo, Cagla Zencirci and Guillaume Executive Committee Member and USEd.D. in Creativity in Education from University Giovanetti. Currently preparing a first feature Representative to World Alliance of YMCAsof Massachusetts; Research areas are Asian film production with the same directors of and Y-USA International Committee; RotaryEnglish Literature and Western women who “SIX”. His last project “KI-DO-AI-RAKU” was International Cultural Ambassadorial Scholarwrote about Meiji Japan--travelers, missionaries included as a permanent collection at The Academics: MA in Management andand novelists. National Gallery in Prague in 2008. Sustainable Economic Development from theNationality: USA Academics: Studied Art and Media at Tufts United Nation’s Mandated University for Peace University (BFA). in Costa Rica; BA in Political Science from Nationality: Guatemalan, raised College of Charleston internationally. Nationality: USA 14 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • HEALTH CARE ADVICE! GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012Preventing Heat Stroke & Heat Stroke Cause & Heat ExhaustionExhaustion Symptoms ℘ Cause: ℘ Cause:℘ Please remember that the summer climate in • The heat damages hypothalamus and the • Dehydration of the body due toJapan tends to be very humid and hot. You are body is no longer able to control the sweating more than water, salt andencouraged to pay extra attention to the body temperature minerals are being consumed.following advice: ℘ Symptoms: ℘ Symptoms: • Drink plenty of water • Severe lack of consciousness • Various symptoms such as dizziness and • Make sure to keep bottled drinks with • Body temperature increases feeling cold. you throughout your days • Skin temperature tends to be cooler • Make sure you take enough breaks than normal throughout the day; if this means you • Excessive sweating need to remove yourself from a session, then please do so • Sleep well • Eat breakfast • Ingest small amounts of salt (remember that your body loses vital salt during perspiration 15 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS! GLOBAL STUDIES, PEACE & LEADERSHIP SUMMER SEMINAR JULY 18-AUGUST 22, 2012℘ The organizers of the 2012 Global Studies, Peace & Leadership Summer Seminar would like to acknowledge and express their gratitude for the generous support of The Wesley Foundation, The Hiroshima Jogakuin University Foundation, the Summer Seminar 2012 Steering Committee(composed of faculty, staff and students from hosting and collaborating universities and fieldwork partners), and the on-the-ground HJU Administration,Faculty and Staff. 16 Did you know you can find more here: http://bit.ly/eFORUM2012