Notification for the End of Accepting Donations for the Faculty of Science and Technology 75th Anniversary Commemorative Projects
Updated September 30, 2014
Originally established as the Fujiwara Institute of Technology by Ginjiro Fujiwara in 1939, the Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2014. In association with the lead-up to the 75th Anniversary, we have commemorative projects planned: the Keio ST Global Fund has been established to foster world-class talent; the Keio Institute of Pure and Applied Sciences has opened with the goal of educating researchers to become global leaders in their field; and the Keio Innovation Foundry—a cutting-edge collaborative research center that has cooperation from industry, academia and government—has opened its doors. Furthermore, in order to facilitate these projects, we have been collecting contributions. For every one of these projects, thanks to the overwhelming support from Keio alumni, and all those within and outside the Keio community, we are currently about to reach almost all targets set.
Therefore, as initially planned, we finished accepting new contributions at 17:00 on Tuesday, September 30, 2014.
We give our deepest thanks to all those who have lent their support and cooperation to these commemorative projects, and we hope we can count on your continuing support in the future.
We would kindly like to accept contributions made to Faculty of Science and Technology beyond October 1, 2014 in the form of a designated donation, namely as part of the ‘Preparatory Fund for the Establishment of the Keio ST Global Fund.’ For detailed information, please contact Office of Funding, Keio University.
Office of Funding
http://www.kikin.keio.ac.jp/toiawase/toiawase_01.html(Japanese language only)