Kyoto Tachibana University promotes unique, high-level research
that attracts widespread interest both within Japan and
In addition, we aim to promote department research and student learning, and further promote regional policy and social collaboration by taking advantage of the unique characteristics of our diverse departments.
The Institute for Women’s History and Culture was established in 1992 with aim to advance women’s place in the contemporary society, by conducting integrated research on women’s history and culture, and by illuminating them from the perspectives of both sexes. One of its missions is to fill gaps in history to add depth and breadth to the study of history as a whole, by reviewing history from the viewpoint of “women”. The research findings are available to the public in publications such as “History of Women in Kyoto” and “Representative Transgender”, and in symposiums and research reports.
The Center for Life and Health Sciences aims to promote advanced collaborative research in health science at Kyoto Tachibana University and to develop projects that contribute to education and research in clinical laboratory science and cell diagnostics.
The Center for Regional Collaboration plays the role of developing collaborative projects with our university and regional communities, local authorities such as Kyoto City, businesses and non-profit organizations. Systems of support are organized upon request from within and outside of the university to advance various regional collaborations, social action projects and industry-academia projects, and the achievements are communicated widely to society. It also engages in exchanging information on and off campus by publishing the PR magazine “Tsunagaru” and holding the “Tachibana Session”.