|Personnel||Name||Department and position||Major||Role|
|Representative||Hitoshi Nakano||Dean, The Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society||Japan’s early modern history||Responsibility regarding operation of the program|
|Coordinator||Noriko Matsunaga||Professor of The Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society||Japanese language education||General management of the program|
|Substitute Coordinator||Kunio Araya||Professor of The Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society||Entomology||Planning and operating the program|
|Substitute Coordinator||Tsuyoshi Namigata||Professor of The Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society||Japanese modern and contemporary literature and Comparative literature||Planning and operating the program|
|Substitute Coordinator||Andrew Hall||Associate professor of The Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society||Japanese modern history||Planning and operating the program|
Currently, we have informal consent from more than 20 foreign education institutions for cooperation.
We are cooperating with UN-Habitat Fukuoka, JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), JOGMEC (Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation), The Institute of Energy Economics Japan, and with non-profit organizations such as the Women’s Empowerment Center, East Asia Coexistence Culture Center and others.
From now on, we are planning to cooperate with municipalities and companies in Fukuoka, non-governmental organizations and non-profit organizations. Especially, since Fukuoka city has experience with various Asian events, students will be able to establish relationship across Asian countries through various avenues.