MAJIT Interpreting Forums 2016
Master of Arts in Japanese Interpreting and Translation
SEMESTER 2 FORUMS
Friday 21 October 10:00am
Topic: Three years in Onoda: a lifetime of memories
Speaker: Mr Michael Jennings, Associate Lecturer Mathematics, Faculty of Science, The University of Queensland
Friday 5 August 10:00am
Topic: Why export education is so important to the Australian economy & why international education is important to the World
Speaker: Ms Aimee Du Toit, General Manager Operations, Arinex Pty Ltd.
Friday 12 August 10:00am
Topic: What I am thinking as a Doctor
Speaker: Dr Shoshi Matsuda, Medical doctor
Presenting in Japanese.
Friday 19 August 10:00am
Topic: ‘International Banking: A Guide to Importing and Exporting’
Speaker: Mr Stephen Klinakis, Senior Manager, Financial Markets (International Trade/Finance/Derivatives), Bank of Queensland.
Presenting in English.
*Wednesday 24 August 10:00am
Topic: Introduction to M&A
Speaker: Mr Yuta Ishii, MAJIT Student
Friday 2 September 10:00am
Topic: The University of Queensland–Kyushu University Oceania Project (UQ-KU Project)
Speaker: Dr. Kazuhiro Nogita, Associate Professor/ Director, Nihon Superior Centre for the Manufacture of Electronic Materials, School of Mechanical & Mining Engineering, The University of Queensland
Friday 9 September 10:00am
(All SI forum)
Topic: An Introduction to Heian Literature: A Genealogy of Japanese Love Poetry
Speaker: Mr Hidehiro Hosaka, Consul-General of Japan.
Friday 16 September 10:00am
Topic: ‘Methane recovery and carbon dioxide geo-sequestration’
Speaker: Dr Jun-Seok Bae, PhD, Research Scientist, CSIRO Energy, www.csiro.au
Friday 23 September 10:00am
Topic: 'What's Shaking? - Pathology of Parkinson's Disease'
Speaker: Dr Ryota Watanabe, Septem Soken Co., Ltd, Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith University Nathan Campus
Friday 7 October 10:00am
Topic: Anxiety in Children
Speaker: Dr Maria Rosa Mallardo, Lecturer, School of Education, The University of Queensland
Friday 14 October 10:00am
Topic: What can clinicians and researchers do about the problem of overdiagnosis?
Speaker: Professor Jenny Doust, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Centre for Research in Evidence-based practice, Bond University