Fielding Seminar:

Systems Theories, Research Methodology, Scholarly Writing (day 2 of 2)

Date: Sunday, February 24th, 2002 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Peter Park, Ph.D., Fielding Graduate Institute

Description:
Fielding Graduate Institute announces a two-day seminar in Fukuoka, Japan for professional academic development in scholarly writing, research design and research methods. This interactive seminar is designed to develop personal, and professional writing for researchers, educators, and professional writers engaged in academic or business communities. The seminar will allow developing and advanced writers to network with other writers as well as hone their writing skills through personal coaching and seminar discussion.
About the speaker:
Dr. Park is a professor emeritus of the University of Massachusetts and has been a full faculty at Fielding Graduate Institute for 12 years. His areas of expertise include research methods and design, social change, globalization, community service, inquiry and research , and junior faculty development.

Contact Tamah Nakamura, session coordinator, for:

  1. seminar reservations,
  2. accommodation information (homestay option to defray cost),
  3. directions to the seminar venue in Fukuoka.
Email: tamah@gol.com, tel: 092-921-2572, fax: 092-921-5976.

Organization: Fielding Graduate Institute 2-day Seminar in Fukuoka (Fielding Seminar)

Cost: One day session: 5,000 yen . Full two day workshop sessions: 10, 000 yen

Venue: Fukuoka Women's Center (AMIKAS): Research Room A. Takamiya, Fukuoka (Tel: 092-526-3755)

Location: Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

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Contact Fielding Seminar

Website: www.fielding.edu

Tamah Nakamura, session coordinator
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Phone (home): 092-921-2572
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