Life amidst COVID19

The recent happenings regarding COVID19 have changed daily life around the world. As many


Golden Week 2019 is Japan’s longest public holiday in recent memory. What are the

Not Your Ordinary Afternoon Break: NAIST Tea Time #15

At NAIST, the Victorian tradition of afternoon tea time has taken on a different meaning and purpose.  Unlike the conventional scones, biscuits, or cakes, this Tea Time includes some light snacks from different parts of the world. NAIST Tea Time, according to the Division for Global Education (DGE), is a "casual, interactive, and educational event … Continue Reading ››

The 79th JSAP Autumn Meeting

Several faculty members and students from the NAIST Division of Materials Science attended the 79th JSAP (Japan Society of Applied Physics) Autumn Meeting held at Nagoya Congress Center last September 18-21, 2018. The JSAP organizes two annual technical meetings during the spring and autumn seasons. About 6,000 participants joined this year’s autumn meeting with almost … Continue Reading ››

NAIST International Student Ambassador Program

Just in time for leaves to slowly turn from green to orange, another fall term starts afresh. This year, NAIST is all set to welcome new international students as the Center for International Students and Scholars (CISS) steps up in making them feel at home by launching the International Student Ambassador Program. This program is specifically … Continue Reading ››

Minnasan was Kung Fu Fighting!

Taking a post-graduate degree can be challenging... if you drown yourself in classes, seminars, meetings, and exams. But life doesn't need to be harsh and lonely! NAIST has its fair share of clubs which can help the students widen their social network outside of their lab and  have a well-balanced experience, rather than solely focusing on … Continue Reading ››

International Student Welcome Party (Spring 2018)

(Featured photo provided by International Student Affairs staff)
How do you start your new life at NAIST?  Becoming a new student at a new university is like beginning a new chapter of a book. A lot of people learn new skills from classrooms. They also gain new experiences from their new friends. Many students know more about … Continue Reading ››
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