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Kosuke SATO

佐藤剛介(さとうこうすけ)
Nagoya University offers not only many opportunities for students to learn various studies but also to meet diverse people. There are about 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as special audit students, part-time students, audit students, research students, international students, and exchange students for credit transference. The nationalities of students are more than 90. In addition to students, researchers, post-docs, research administrators, office workers, other professionals for University Hospital, junior high and high school students, and kids for kindergarten are the member of Nagoya University. It is quite obvious that we need to take diversity into consideration. Now, it is easy for you to imagine that there are people with disabilities in campus, of course. We, the office for students with disabilities (OSD), are making an effort for providing equal opportunities to participate in University activities to the students with disabilities. The OSD is basically for the students with disabilities. However, if you need some information about disabilities, universal design, social barriers, reasonable accommodation, and my research, you are welcome to visit the OSD.

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Chie IDEHARA

Chie IDEHARA

I have worked for several universities to support students who have various backgrounds, such as poverty, mental disorders, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and those who have LGBT related issues. In addition, I also have experienced in giving consultation and counseling people regardless of age or gender who were struggling with living. I hope I can help you through those experiences. To support your adjustment to university life, I would like to offer personalized psychological management and counseling to carefully meet your individual needs. Please do not hesitate to contact me.


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  • he OSD in Nagoya University aims to insure that equal opportunities are provided to all students with disabilities and that they are as valued in their dignity and enjoy the same basic campus lives as the students without disabilities.
  • Why don't you come and talk to us if you have any questions!
    You are welcome to come and visit us if you have any problems with your disabilities.
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