Joint RCQM-TOMODACHI STEM @ Rice University Poster Session

You are cordially invited to attend the

Joint RCQM-TOMODACHI STEM @ Rice University Poster Session!

Thursday, March 22, 2018
3:30pm – 5:00pm
Rice University, Rice Memorial Center, Grand Hall

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Poster Size: 48” wide x 36” high

The 2018 TOMODACHI-STEM @ Rice University for Female Students is a five-week research internship program for 10 female undergraduates from Japan who are majoring in science & engineering (S&E). Held at Rice University in Houston, TX, the program will enable students to gain real world experience with S&E research, provide an introduction to U.S. higher education and provide opportunities for cultural engagement and collaboration with U.S. students. The program will serve as a catalyst for female Japanese students interested in S&E study and research and engagement with the U.S. through international research collaborations.

2018 TOMODACHI STEM Program @ Rice University 、日本の大学で理系学部を専攻する女性の大学生10名を対象とした5週間の研究インターンシッププログラムです。同プログラムは、テキサス州ヒューストンにあるライス大学にて行われ、大学の研究室に属して最先端の研究活動に触れると同時に、アメリカの高等教育システムを体験し、米国人学生との交流活動を通して言語や文化を学ぶ機会を提供します。このプログラムは、国際共同研究を通じて、理工学研究に興味を持つ日本人女子学生に、アメリカとの連携のきっかけを提供することを目的としています。

The 2018 program is modeled off of the 2016 TOMODACHI STEM @ Rice University Program.  Out of the 10 participants in this program, six were female undergraduate students.  The program’s impact can best be highlighted through the words of some of our 2016 TOMODACHI STEM participants. For more information on the program please click here

The TOMODACHI Initiative is a public-private partnership, born out of support for Japan’s recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake, that invests in the next generation of Japanese and American leaders through educational and cultural exchanges as well as leadership programs. We seek to foster a “TOMODACHI generation” of young American and Japanese leaders who are committed to and engaged in strengthening U.S.-Japan relations, appreciate each other’s countries and cultures, and possess the global skills and mindsets needed to contribute to and thrive in a more cooperative, prosperous, and secure world.



Thu, March 22, 2018
3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central