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authors Sasada, Tsuyoshi Tee
year 1998
title The Sasada Lab Department of Environmental Engineering Graduate School of Engineering
source ACADIA Quarterly, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 5-6
summary In common with several other universities in Japan, Osaka University is organized in research and teaching units, rather than classes or courses. The Sasada Lab is one of these units. I will describe how we work, a little of our history to explain this somewhat unusual academic entity and some of results of our efforts. The lab setting In our university, a unit has teaching faculty consisting of one professor, one associate professor, and one assistant professor. The number of students in a lab varies from unit to unit, but in our case we have around twenty students in a mix of undergraduate, graduate, and part time students. The numbers change from year to year as does the ratio.
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