In order to contribute to self-sustaining development of regional communities, the “Organization for Promotion of Regional Collaboration” plays a leading role in providing a high quality of life for citizens through continuing education and finding solutions for regional problems. In addition, we aim to serve as a center of regional communities.
Section for Regional Collaboration Strategy
The Section for Regional Collaboration Strategy functions as a think tank for regional alliances of our university by planning strategies for regional collaboration and also by planning and coordinating for regional development in collaboration with local governments and private enterprises, and various lobbies.
Lifelong Learning Division
The University of Toyama provides public lectures and open courses in order to share its academic resources with the local and regional communities. Our aim is to be more than just a place for students and faculty, but to be an important source of information and knowledge to the people of Toyama. The University shares intelligence and technology with the public, which contributes to the promotion and enhancement of lifelong learning in the regional community. We take particular pleasure in seeing people of all ages and interests sharing our campus and benefitting from their time with us.
Community Development and Culture Support Division
The Community Development and Culture Support Division promotes collaboration with local communities for its vitalization utilizing cultural resources such as traditional local culture, industry, and landscape. Our division also attempts to expand campus to the region by artistic and cultural activities accompanied with research and education practices of our university. To support sustainable community development, our division coordinates collaboration among industry, local governments, academia, financial institutions, the media, and local communities.
Community Medicine & Health Support Division
The Community Medicine and Health Support Division aims to promote partnership with the communities and seeks the maintenance and improvement of health and welfare,through human resource development, survey and research,and information provision.