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Ryoko Sato - Associate Professor, Ehime University

After working for a trading company, Sato started to work for a publishing company specializing in natural food. She became an independent editor and writer focusing on community revitalization and the urban/rural connection. Since 2009, she has been teaching at Ehime University on social cooperation, tourism and community revitalization. She introduced personalized learning and challenge-based learning to her work. She is the author of four books: How to Become a Farmer (Pelican Publishing); The Challenge of Farmer’s Market in the U.S. – The Flavor of the Region Helps Build the Community (Iwanami Shoten); How to Empower Regions – Let’s Practice Community Design (Shokokousha); and The Challenge of University Education Engaging with the Local Community (Pelican Publishing). She graduated from the Department of Humanities, Yamagata University and the Department of Engineering, Chiba University. She also completed the first term of the Doctorate course at the Graduate School of Natural Science, Chiba University.

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