Activity Report

Activity Report

1. Establishment of the course “Theory of Soka Education”
  Providing cross-faculty general educational courses and long-distance learning courses

2. Organizing and delivering seminars and lectures
  Lectures and Workshops by researchers held both within and outside the university (2-4 times a year)

3. Publication of research reports, journals, and periodicals
  Annual publication of “Soka Education” journal

4. Collecting, archiving, and management of documents and records
  Development of Soka Education archives

5. Exhibitions
  October 8, 2021 to Present
  50th Anniversary Special Exhibition “The History of Soka University”

  September 24, 2021 to Present(renewal)
  The Path of Founder Daisaku Ikeda's Education, Academic Exchange,and Honorary Academic Titles Received

  May 2 to August 30, 2015
  Collection of Dialogues "CHOOSE LIFE" 40th Year Anniversary of Publication Exhibition, Daisaku Ikeda and A.J.Toynbee

  October 10 to November 30, 2014
  Understanding, Friendship, and Peace --Daisaku Ikeda and China

  November 27, 2010-March 20, 2014
  Special exhibition of 300 academic honors : The path paved by educational and academic exchanges of Daisaku Ikeda

  March 19-September 19, 2005
  A Chapter on “Soka University” in The New Human Revolution

  July 22-September 19, 2004
  “1300 Translated books written by Daisaku Ikeda”

  April 6-18, 2004
  “1000 Translated books written by Daisaku Ikeda”

6. Exchange with domestic and international research institutions

  In February 2007, an academic exchange agreement was signed with The Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University (Carbondale, Illinois, U.S.) 
  In May 2019, an academic exchange was signed with the Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education at Depaul University (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.).

7. Compilation of the university’s history
  1 July 2008 Establishment of Soka University 50 years of History Compilation Room
  2 April 2021 Publication of “50 years of Soka University”

Activity Report(Only in Japanese)