Seminar on Wildlife Research C

Numbering Code G-SCI54 79700 SB70
G-SCI54 79700 SB69
G-SCI54 79700 SB67
Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type seminar
Target Year Master's students Target Student
Language Japanese and English Day/Period
Instructor name IDANI GENICHI (Wildlife Research Center Professor)
MURAYAMA MIHO (Wildlife Research Center Professor)
HIRATA SATOSHI (Wildlife Research Center Professor)
SUGIURA HIDEKI (Wildlife Research Center Associate Professor)
YAMAMOTO SHINYA (Institute for Advanced Study Associate Professor)
KINOSHITA KODZUE (Wildlife Research Center Assistant Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Graduate students and researchers present their own research and the related area and attendee discuss it. Presenters are expected to improve and their research and develop research ideas. Attendee are expect to learn scientific methods and way of thinking through discussion, and wide area of wildlife research.
Course Goals To present their own research and the related area orally, in a scientific way.
For attendee to give constructive questions and comments and for presenters to answer the question and
comments appropriately and make a scientific discussion.
To learn methods, theory, knowledge and issues on wildlife research, through the ongoing researches.
Schedule and Contents Most graduate students, researchers of Wildlife Research Center will attend the seminar. Every time, one or
two talks are presented by students and/or researchers, and are discussed by attendee.
The seminar covers relatively wide area of wildlife research, such as ecology, ethology, conservation,
genome science, comparative cognitive science and animal welfare. Presentation should be easy for nonspecialists
to understand.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Presenters should make sufficient preparations in advance.
Presenter and attendee should improve their own research and presentation through experience of the seminar.
References, etc. The contents of the seminar will appear at the web site of Wildlife Research Center.