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Introduction to PARE I: Population-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain 

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This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain.

Advanced Environmental Health Sciences (Infectious Disease Epidemiology)

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This module explains fundamental concepts of infectious disease epidemiology and sets out the analytical methods employed in public health practice. The contents of the lecture series covers the concept/definition of epidemiological measurements, assessment of the spread and control of diseases.

Introduction to PARE II: Populations-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain

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This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain.

Introduction to PARE III: Populations-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain

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This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain.

The concept of sustainable campus and university campus assessment

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The course aims that students learn what a university campus ought to be in the context of sustainable lifestyle, role of a university in a local society, sustainable campus design and management, and a method of holistic assessment of university campus.
Note: This courses uses the Educational Information System called “ELMS Portal” for class preparation assignments.

Introduction to PARE IV: Populations-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain

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This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain.

Seminar I for PARE: Population-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain

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During this two-week course, students study ecosystems of Tokachi River. This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain. [Note: this course is taught concurrently with “Field Work Training I for PARE: Population-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain”; students must enroll in both courses.]

Field Work Training I for PARE: Population-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain

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During this two-week course, students study ecosystems of Tokachi River through fieldwork and lectures. This course will focus on how we monitor and improve the environmental burdens caused by human activities through the PARE chain.
[Note: this course is taught concurrently with “Seminar I for PARE: Population-Activities-Resources-Environments Chain”; students must enroll in both courses.]

Preparing Future Faculty: An Introduction to Teaching and Writing for Graduate Students

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In this course, you can learn and acquire two main skills. One is the teaching skill and the other is the writing skill. If you want to get the academic post, both skills are require to have until you apply for that offering.
Unfortunately, most graduate students don’t have many chances to improve their teaching skill especially.
Main instructors come from University of California, Berkeley. This is a valuable opportunity for you. Let’s learn a lot together with us.

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