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APRU Virtual Student Exchange Co-curricular Programs in 2022
Senior International Leaders' Meeting 2022
APRU Esports Fellowship Program 2nd Cohort
Annual Presidents’ Meeting 2022
APRU Population Aging Member Activities 2021
Provosts’ Forum 2022
APRU Virtual Student Exchange Co-curricular Programs in 2022 - FEB
APRU Collegiate Regionals Tournament
APRU Virtual Student Exchange Co-curricular Programs in 2022 - JAN
APRU Sustainable Cities & Landscapes Live Webinar Series
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UP hosts the first virtual APRU Undergraduate Leaders’ Program
January 24, 2022
UH News: Esports fellowship creates global opportunities for UH students
January 11, 2022
First APWiL Mentoring Program Seminar facilitates fruitful exchange
January 4, 2022
APRU Metagame Conference 2021 Returns at Cyberport’s Annual Digital Entertainment Leadership Forum
January 4, 2022
New APRU Member – Sun Yat-sen University
January 3, 2022
Times Higher Education Awards Asia 2021: winners announced
December 23, 2021
APRU Kicks off Biodiversity Genomics Program and Network
December 20, 2021
APRU Multi-Hazards Symposium 2021 Strengthens Preparedness for Future Disaster Management
December 15, 2021
Winners of APRU Student Esports Paper Competition and Awards 2021
December 11, 2021
APRU Global Health Conference Focuses on Urban Health and Infodemics
December 10, 2021
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Biodiversity & Pacific Ocean

Asia and the Pacific region is exceptionally rich in biodiversity featuring some of the world most unique regions including tropical forests, alpine environments and the reefs of the ‘coral triangle’. However the region is also recording the highest number of threatened species, is impacted by shrinking natural habitats and overexploitation of marine resources.

Provosts Forum

The Provosts Forum brings together APRU Provosts or Chief Academic Officers. As key drivers of academic strategy and output, Provosts discuss topics of collective interest and importance to their respective institutions. Through this forum, APRU expands the leadership networks within the consortia beyond presidents and senior staff, and addresses major issues of academic management such as the quality assurance of education and research, and academic personnel.

Undergraduate Leaders’ Program

The Undergraduate Leaders’ Program (ULP) supports emerging undergraduate leaders in becoming real-world change makers by driving awareness, action, and change, supporting them in their academic and personal goals. By providing cultural exchange experiences and unique learning opportunities, APRU seeks to equip the next generation of leaders with the skills they need to contribute to positive change for the betterment of societies worldwide.

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It was a privilege for me to participate in the conference, sharing my academic vision and personal experience as a former national policy maker and now a president of a higher education institute. I think we have a lot to learn from and contribute to APRU.
Prof. Alejandro Gaviria Uribe
Former President of Universidad de los Andes, Colombia and Former Minister of Health and Social Protection
Governments are encouraged to invest in promoting AI solutions and skills that bring greater social good and help us “build back better” as we recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mia Mikic
Former Director of the United Nations ESCAP’s Trade, Investment and Innovation Division
APRU’s large network of researchers, policymakers, and private sector representatives in the Asia-Pacific region makes it the ideal partner for us to jointly explore opportunities for collaborative research, joint projects, education and training, talent development, and academic exchanges, as well as technology transfer and innovation.
Dr. Ma Leju
Senior Expert (International Industries), DiDi
The Becoming a Global Learner course was absolutely amazing! The fact that students from so many APRU universities were able to find camaraderie and learn from each other just goes to show how enriching this program was. The excellent guidance from the leaders of UC Davis helped me gain skills that I have already started applying to both my academic and personal life, helping me become a more culturally conscientious person.
Daniela Montalvo Tinajero
Junior Student, International Relations and Political Science, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Get Down is a song that combines dancy, hopeful music and reflective lyrics about the happenings right now. We hope to present an honest yet playful version of the world, inside which people acknowledge the flaws of the society but remain optimistic for a brighter future.
National Taiwan University and The Chinese University of Hong Kong student team
Today I realized that the community of people at this fellowship is amazing. Despite the troubles or questions we face, we are confident that with such strong support, we can deal with it.
Ekaterina Soloveva
Fellowship Student, Far Eastern Federal University
Thanks so much to Yesports and APRU for hosting this amazing initiative! I believe that the increased involvement of Esports within our educational institutions is a strong step forward in popularizing Esports as an industry, legitimizing it as a career path, and integrating it as part of our modern-day culture.
Samuel He
The University of British Columbia
As a mentee in the APWiL Mentoring Program, I have been encouraged to lead efforts at my own university to address gender equity. Earlier this year, we organized a summit for female researchers, students, and staff with great success. With virtual participation of my mentor, Prof. Stephen Tillman, The University of Sydney, and APWiL Co-Chair, Prof. Joanna Regulska, UC Davis, we highlighted strategies to address gender equality and diversity. The connections I have built through the APRU APWiL Mentoring Program has been invaluable to me and to my university.
Dr. Azusa N. Hattori
Osaka University
The Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Program is honored to contribute to the Asia-Pacific Mayors Academy...Engaging with mayors allowed us to learn their critical insights and better collaborate on developing place-based solutions.
Prof. Dennis Galvan
Vice Provost for International Affairs, University of Oregon
We designed these sessions to respond to the immediate need to provide remote teaching resources to faculty within the APRU network... Our work together strengthens and builds resiliency within our global higher education community to respond to future educational challenges.
Elly Vandegrift
Associate Director of the Science Literacy Program, University of Oregon
NUS is proud to take up the program leadership to further the APRU mission of developing research collaborations across member universities. Whether you are young or old, population aging will impact our lives in various ways over this century. As a group, we remain committed to furthering high-quality research on aging and nurturing young scholars in the field.
Prof. Angelique Chan
Program Director, Population Aging Program, APRU, and Executive Director, Duke-NUS CARE, NUS
The APRU SWM Program fosters research connections and information sharing on a truly important and timely regional and global challenge. Korea University is very proud to continue its support of Prof. Yong Sik Ok in his leadership of this hub, particularly now as we are witnessing a developing emergency due to increases in medical and household waste due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prof. Hikyoung Lee
Vice President, International Affairs, Korea University
On climate change, we don’t have much time. We have to cut global warming pollution by half over the next ten years. APRU has been a leader in the Solve Climate By 2030 project, supporting universities across the region to engage their students with this critical issue.
Dr. Eban Goodstein
Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability, Bard College
The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Cities and Landscapes in the Pacific Rim is a significant reference volume appealing to readers across the academic and practitioner spectrum. The book’s editors and section editors have meticulously curated contributions from an international range of researchers investigating key issues facing regions and cities in the Pacific Rim.
Grace Harrison
Editor, Environment, Sustainability & Product Design, Routledge
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As a network of leading universities linking the Americas, Asia and Australasia, APRU (the Association of Pacific Rim Universities) brings together thought leaders, researchers, and policy-makers to exchange ideas and collaborate on effective solutions to the challenges of the 21st century.