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Chemistry educator

Akinori Hasegawa, Japanese chemistry educator. Grantee Matsunaga Foundation, Tokyo, 1972, Foundation for Science Promotion, Tokyo, 1978; grantee-in-aid Ministry Education, Japan, Tokyo, 1980-1981, 86-89. Member Chemical Society Japan, Japanese Association Crystal Growth, American Chemical Society.

Background

Hasegawa, Akinori was born on January 3, 1941 in Matsuzaka, Mie, Japan. Son of Michio and Fumiko (Nakamura) Hasegawa.

Education

Bachelor of Education, Hiroshima (Japan) University, 1963. Master of Science, Hiroshima (Japan) University, 1965. Doctor of Science, Hiroshima (Japan) University, 1970.

Career

Research fellow Hiroshima University, 1966-1977, lecturer, 1977-1981, associate professor, 1981-1983, Kogakkan University, Ise, Mie, Japan, 1983-1985, professor chemistry Japan, since 1985, head university press Japan, 1989-1991, chairman liberal arts department Japan, 1990-1991. Director library, since 1995. Visiting research fellow Hokkaido (Japan) University, 1971-1972.

Postdoctoral fellow Tennessee University, 1975-1976. Visiting fellow Leicester (England) University, 1981, honorary visiting professor, 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Radical Ionic Systems, 1991, Handbook of Radiation Chemistry, 1991. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Chemical Society Japan, Japanese Association Crystal Growth, American Chemical Society.

Connections

Married Tomoko Kuru, November 6, 1966. Children: Yuki, Teruaki.

father:
Michio Hasegawa

mother:
Fumiko (Nakamura) Hasegawa

spouse:
Tomoko Kuru

child:
Yuki Hasegawa

child:
Teruaki Hasegawa