“Interested in hosting events and attending professional networking events with your AUN/SEED network?” For those involved in organizing academic meetings, workshops, seminars, or other events to sustain the connection among alumni and strengthen the collaboration that potentially leads to sustainable cooperation in science and technology in the ASEAN, this is a great opportunity! We are now calling for applications to the Alumni Support Program for Events (ASP-E), a newly launched program taking place during the Japanese Fiscal year [...]
Call for Applications : The Alumni Support Program (ASP-R) is offering alumni an excellent research opportunity to collaborate for social impact
The Alumni Support Program for Research (ASP-R) provides grants to support individual research projects and sustain the momentum of research collaboration among the AUN/SEED-Net community and society. The program has expanded from research activity grants to include support for virtual teaching in response to new normal requirements. The research and virtual teaching may be in any field of engineering. Conducted in a highly practical manner and applicable for real use, the research and virtual teaching [...]
This year, AUN/SEED-Net is pleased to announce the awards presented for the 5 alumni groups/ associations
This is a gentle reminder for the application of Alumni Support Program (ASP) JFY 2020.
If you are AUN/SEED-Net alumni with great inspiration and strong leadership who would like to set up an alumni group/ association at your institution to strengthen bonds between your fellow alumni through creative activities, ASP is a perfect program for you. Your group or association can utilize financial support from AUN/SEED-Net to design and organize interesting activities. Let’s apply now and make all this comes true.
AUN/SEED-Net is pleased to inform that the awardees of Alumni Support Program (ASP) in the Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2019 – 2nd Batch.
On March 4, 2019, Ms. Nguyen Huong Quynh, an intern from UN ESCAP and a PhD Candidate at Ritsumeikan University, Japan visited JICA Project for AUN/SEED-Net. Ms. Quynh is doing a research on human resources development in ASEAN with the support from Japanese government.
More than 15 years of our project history with over 1,000 alumni and countless academic activities, AUN/SEED.Net seeks to sustain our good collaboration and expand the network. Alumni Support Program (ASP) has been specially created to meet the needs of alumni who know what is best for their connection. This is truly “a program of alumni for alumni”.
Alumni network is undoubtedly a powerful means for establishing, cultivating and sustaining close relationships among alumni— connecting them despite distance and differences.
AUN/SEED-Net is pleased to inform that the awardees of Alumni Support Program (ASP) in the Japanese Fiscal Year (JFY) 2019.