Tsukuba Universal Alumni Network (TUAN)
About Election of TUAN Representatives – 50th Anniversary Commemorative Event Launching the “Tsukuba Universal Alumni Network (TUAN)” – Connect Together the Past-Present-Future and the World –
TSUKUBA UNIVERSAL ALUMNI NETWORK (TUAN)
Purpose of TUAN
The University of Tsukuba has accepted international students from all over the world, and the network of overseas alumni of the University of Tsukuba has already spread around the world.
As a university, the University of Tsukuba has lauched the Tsukuba Universal Alumni Network (TUAN) to further strengthen overseas alumni organizations, network building among overseas alumni, and connections with their alma mater, as well as to promote the establishment of new overseas alumni organizations. TUAN is a network that includes not only former international students, but also Japanese alumni living overseas.
On October 1, 2023, which marks the 50th anniversary of the university’s founding, we held an event to elect representatives of TUAN from overseas alumni by voting, as a commemorative project for the 50th anniversary of the founding of the University of Tsukuba in 151 years. One representative and three vice-representatives were elected.
With the support of the university, TUAN will actively build a collaborative system between the university and overseas alumni organizations, provide mutual aid for overseas alumni and benefits to overseas alumni, and support current international students.
151st+50th Anniversary Commemorative Event
Launching the “Tsukuba Universal Alumni Network (TUAN)” – Connect Together the Past-Present-Future and the World –
As the 151st+50th Anniversary Commemorative Event of the founding of the University of Tsukuba, we launched the “Tsukuba Universal Alumni Network (TUAN)” at the University Hall on October 1, 2023.
On the day, the four overseas alumni elected in the online Primary Voting were invited to the University of Tsukuba, and through on-the-spot policy speeches and online voting, Dr. Ngo Thi Lan Phuon, who received the most votes, was selected as the representative of TUAN. The remaining three people were appointed as vice representatives.
Dr. NGO THI LAN PHUONG (Vietnam)
2022, Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences
Dr. KHAN HIDAYAT ULLAH (Pakistan)
2007, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dr. MARIA LISSETH MORALES ALIAGA (Peru)
2022, Graduated School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
Dr. OMAR SAMIR AHMED ABDELWAHED AHMED (USA)
2023, Graduated School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
Note: The country of residence is in parentheses.
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