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My name is Hitoshi Nishimura, a professor, Faculty of Human Environmental Studies, Hiroshima Shudo University.
I have been working on environmental education and social innovation.
After graduating from a university, I worked as a staff of YMCA. After that I worked by self-employment as Coordinater for Environmental Education at 30 years old.
And I went to a graduate school by 40 years old. After that I have an experience for 10 years as a full-time university teacher.
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Curriculum Vitae
Hitoshi Nishimura

Faculty of Human Environmental Studies
Hiroshima Shudo University
1-1-1 Ozukahigashi Asaminami-ku
Hiroshima 731-3195 JAPAN
hit@colorsjapan.com

Date of birth: 22 October 1963
Place of birth: Kyoto City, KYOTO Pref., Japan
Nationality: Japan

●Educational Background
Academic Degrees:
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Innovation, Doshisha University,2011
Master of Arts in Policy and Management, Doshisha University,2006
Graduate School: Doshisha University Graduate School of Policy and Management
Completion Category: Completed 2006
University: Doshisha University Faculty of Economics
Completion Status: Graduated 1986

●Professionnal Experience
2015- Professor, Hiroshima Shudo University
2012-2015 Associate Professor, Hiroshima Shudo University
2006-2011 Associate Professor,Doshisha University Graduate School of Policy and Management
1993- Self-employment, Coordinater for Environmental Education
1986-1993 Director,Kyoto YMCA

●Present specialized field
Education for Sustainable Development, Social Innovation, Policy Science,Education for Sustainable Development

●Research History
2004- Reserch for the Social Innovation & Environmental Education
1993-2006 Reserch for the Planning & Evaluating for Environmental Education and Outdoor Education
1986-1993 Reserch for the Informal Education for Youth

●Academic Society Affiliations
1. Japan Wellness Society, Director
2. The Japanese Society for Environmental Education, Director
3. Japan Outdoor Education Society

● Publications
-Books
“The world social innovation leads: 30 Topics for problem solving”
「ソーシャル・イノベーションが拓く世界:身近な社会問題解決のためのトピックス30」Houritsubunkasha pp.1-53,102-106 2014 ,in Japanese
“The Textbook of Global Environment:Revised”「新訂:地球環境の教科書10講」
Tokyo Shoseki pp. 265-271 2014 ,in Japanese
“Nature School movement as Social Innovation: Dynamism of formation and development”「ソーシャル・イノベーションとしての自然学校:成立と発展のダイナミズム」Mikuni Shuppan pp.1-176 2013 ,in Japanese
“Wisdom of the Japanese type environmental education” 「日本型環境教育の知恵」
Shogakukan Creative pp. 30-66,67-79 2008 ,in Japanese
“The Textbook of Global Environment” 「地球環境の教科書10講」
Tokyo Shoseki pp. 225-238 2005 ,in Japanese
“Proposition of the Japanese type environmental education” 「日本型環境教育の提案」
Shogakukan pp. 240-242 2000 ,in Japanese

-Research Reports
“The new trends of the interpretive activities” Doshisha University policy & management review,20th anniversary commemoration special edition, pp.91-98,2016 ,in Japanese

“Innovation for a Sustainable Society Offered by Nature Schools” Environmental Education,Vol.23-3,The Japanese Society of Environmental Education, pp.3-17,2014 ,in Japanese with English summary

“The relationship between wellness concept and social innovation” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.12-1, pp.91-101,2010 ,in Japanese

“The study tour for the present condition of a pollution area : “Itai-Itai disease” caused by cadmium poisoning from industrial wastes in Toyama” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.11-2, pp.209-212,2009 ,in Japanese

“The mind, tools and skills for social innovation study : in order to produce research from practical activities” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.11-1, pp.1-14,2009 ,in Japanese

“UNISG Field Seminars in Kyoto” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.10-2, pp.201-204,2008 ,in Japanese

“Educational Practice in Nature Schools of the United States, and its Influence on Japan” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.10-1, pp.63-74,2008 ,in Japanese

“A Study on the Practices of Children’s Places at Off-Campus Facilities” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.9-2, pp.1-16,2007 ,in Japanese

“Learning Places for “Education for Sustainability” : Educational Practices in Nature Schools” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.9-2, pp.47-62,2007 ,in Japanese

“Nature School and Its Development in Japan: As a Creative Base of Sustainable Society” Doshisha University policy & management review vol.8-2, pp.31-44,2006 ,in Japanese