COVID-19 and the Universities of Asia
After the Coronavirus pandemic, people lifestyle has been drastically changed all over the world. These days, news media already reported part of the information how to affect people’s life in Tropical Asian Countries, however, we still did not understand and could not reach sufficient information on how university communities affected and how student’s/ teacher’s lifestyle and teaching style were changed. Particularly agriculture and forestry universities have experiments, practical training, and fieldwork research/ education in rural areas. In this context, there have been various trials and errors in the implementation of education and research.
Therefore, we would like to hold the webinar on how did teachers and student’s life change in Tropical Asian countries under the Coronavirus. Understanding the situation of university communities in Tropical Asian countries during the Coronavirus pandemic and considering the way forward to post-Coronavirus.
Date and Time：3rd March 2021 (Wed)
13:30-15:30 (Vietnamese Time)
13:30-15:30 (Lao Time)
12:30-14:30 (Bangladesh Time)
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3rd March 2021(JST)
HYAKUMURA Kimihiko, Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, Japan.
15:35-16:00 Teaching and Learning at Universities during COVID-19 Pandemic in Vietnam
Pham Van Cuong, Vice President, Vietnam National University of Agriculture(VNUA), Vietnam
16:00-16:25 The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on university’s education in Laos
16:25-16:50 Covid-19 and Bangladesh: Countermeasures from government and university perspectives
Kazi Kamrul Islam, Department of Agroforestry, Faculty of Agriculture, Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Bangladesh
16:50-16:25 Panel Discussion
How did the COVID-19 affect the education and daily life for students and how did they overcome?
How did the COVID-19 affect the research and education of faculty members?
OGATA Kazuo Ph.D., Director, Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, Japan
※This webinar is supported by Kyushu University Webinar 100 program of the Top Global University project.
Last update: 1st March 2021