9:20-9:40 Dame Carol Black DBE FRCP FMedSci is Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge University. She has held top positions in medicine and now holds high-level policy advisory positions on health and work in the United Kingdom
Dame Carol Black DBE FRCP FMedSci
Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge University.
She has held top positions in medicine and now holds high-level policy advisory positions on health and work in the United Kingdom
Director, Support Center for women physicians and researchers,
Associate professor, Department of Hygiene and Public Health, Teikyo University, School of Medicine,
Associate professor, Teikyo School of Public Health
We will have our next meeting on Friday 27 May 2016 2016 at 19:00. The fee is again YEN 10,000 including a kaiseki menu and unlimited drinks for about 2 hours, please prepay the fee as usual one week in advance. Usually we go for nijikai nearby.
Registration deadline is Friday 20 May 2016. I will send location details and account details for prepayment to those who register.
If you are Trinity College Cambridge member in Japan or visiting and like to register: Contact us by mail
Debate with Muhammad Asadullah Khan (Trinity), Debating Officer of the Cambridge Union Society
Friday, 25 March 2016 at 19:00
On Friday, 25 March 2016 at 19:00 we met for a debate with Muhammad Asadullah Khan (Trinity), who is Debating Officer of the Cambridge Union Society and visited Japan accompanied by James Hutt, last term’s President of the Cambridge Union Society, who were in Japan to introduce the Cambridge Union Society and Parliamentary Debate to Japanese students and faculty at Nippon Medical School (日本医科大学).
We covered many topics in our discussions this evening ranging from the current state of the Cambridge Union Society, Brexit, current politics in Japan and UK, and much more. As usual we had nijikai at a nearby bar.
If you are Trinity College Cambridge member resident in Japan, or visiting Japan, please contact us to take part in our activities and join our events: Contact us by mail
We held our New Year Event of the Trinity in Japan Society meeting on Friday 22 January 2016 at 19:00 in central Tokyo at one of our members private home by kind invitation.
We discussed a wide range of topics from mesopotamiam tablets, Brexit, some ancient waves of Korean immigration into Japan, and the history of Korean Kingdom’s and their impacts on today, as well as the correct way to light English Christmas Pudding.
If you are Trinity College Cambridge member please contact us if you are interested to take part: Contact us by mail
The Trinity in Japan Society was founded on September 5, 2014, by Gerhard Fasol (Chair), Anthony Millington and Ken Shibata.
Preparatory work or the foundation of the Trinity in Japan Society was done by Gerhard Fasol with the very kind support and help of Former Master Lord Martin Rees, Baron of Ludlow, several Fellows, and the Alumni Relations Office of Trinity College.
The Trinity in Japan Society is a Trinity College Officially Recognized Group.
At the Founding Meeting on September 5, 2014 the following Statutes were approved:
Statutes of the Trinity in Japan Society
Today we found the Trinity in Japan Society.
Purpose: Trinity in Japan Society is a club for exchange of ideas and discussions open to members and alumni of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Gerhard Fasol (Chair), Trinity 1978, Past Research Fellow (Title A), and Past Teaching Fellow (Title C)
Chairman: Gerhard Fasol
Members: Alumni and Members of Trinity College, Cambridge can apply for membership. Membership to be subject to approval by Steering Committee. We will check Trinity College Membership with the Trinity College Alumni Office. Inauguration Members are: Anthony Millington, Ken Shibata and Gerhard Fasol
Approved on September 5, 2014 by Gerhard Fasol (Steering Committee Chair), Anthony Millington (Steering Committee) and Ken Shibata (Steering Committee)