Kyoto Prize Symposium
The Kyoto Prize is Japan’s highest private award for lifetime achievement in advanced technology, basic science, and the arts and philosophy. The Prize is given each November in Kyoto, Japan by the Inamori Foundation. The Inamori Foundation was established by Dr. Inamori, the founder of the Kyocera International.
The US presentation is in San Diego each spring as the Inamori Foundation Board and Dr. Inamori bring Laureates for lectures, celebrations, and presentations. This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Kyoto Prize. The Kyoto Prize Symposium will begin on PLNU’s campus on March 17 where the three laureates will participate in opening press events. The Laureate presentations for the symposium will be hosted by SDSU, USD, and UCSD on March 18 and 19. (Attendance at the presentations is free, but registration is required.) Additionally, the symposium includes several dinners, funds competitive scholarships for high school students, and provides introduction of the laureates to the local scientific and educational communities.
Click HERE to learn more about the San Diego Kyoto Prize Symposium or to register for a presentation.
Application Deadline September 5, 2014
In the spirit of the Kyoto Prize that honors the men and women who have made significant contributions to the betterment of society, and in support of the San Diego-based Kyoto Prize Symposium, PLNU offers Fall and Spring Fellowships open to journalists in North America to provide educational opportunities in the various Prize categories.