Thanks to National Geographic Society, Interdisciplinary Unit for African Studies is co-organizing the first National Geographic Grants Seminar in Japan. With the support, it’s our privilege to introduce National Geographic Society’s grants programs that has provided over 13,000 grants for the past 130 years to scientists, researchers, conservationist, educators, engineers and explorers whose work is making significant difference in the world. We are hoping more professionals and students are applying for our grants that are especially given with Asian citizenships or residency.
April 24th (Tue) , 2018
Inamori Foundation Memorial Hall, 3rd Floor, Large Conference Rooms
16:10 “Overview of National Geographic Grants Programs”
– Jay Lee Executive Director, National Geographic Society – Asia
16:40 “Analyzing Egyptian Pyramids in the Digital Age”
– Yukinori Kawae Research Fellow, Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Text,
Graduate School of Letters, Nagoya University, National Geographic Explorer
Interdisciplinary Unit for African Studies（firstname.lastname@example.org-
National Geographic Society-Asia, Primate Research Institute, Interdisciplinary Unit for African
Studies, and Research Administration Office
Pre-registration required (Online Registration Form).