14 Jan NEPCAP Talks: Loneliness and Social Engagement
“Loneliness and Social Engagement of International Students in Japan and the United States: The Human Security Perspective”
Putting a spin on the traditional lecture, this NEPCAP Talk asks you to consider the below questions. The talk will involve an open conversation with Dr Polina Ivanova to answer them:
- What is loneliness, in the context of international students, and why does it matter for human security?
- How did the pandemic affect international students’ lives, including their social life, studies, health, finances?
- What can universities, governments and possibly other stakeholders do to facilitate international students’ social engagement both on campus and in the wider community?
Speaker: Dr Polina Ivanova, Visiting researcher at Ritsumeikan University and Lecturer at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies.
Topic: Loneliness and Social Engagement of International Students in Japan and the United States: The Human Security Perspective.
Registration link: https://teams.microsoft.com/registration/gpn262sDxEyyAnrrGUxQZQ,cM54lLv3U0WGQxAPtn6n7A,as3_9X8jeESYn3CH5BqPzQ,trCADlRUxkCRoLWtOswv5g,gbJEtAbU4kCQinN79HTn2w,oLN_EG3ENkuOKv_-w8vSMQ?mode=read&tenantId=ebf69982-036b-4cc4-b202-7aeb194c5065