||At the second conference of the nine women's
Christian colleges/universities in Asia, it was
decided that each college/university should have
its own institute for women's studies.
||The Institute for Comparative Studies of
Culture in TWCU organized a committee for women's
studies, through which several general research
projects and publishing projects were started.
||A meeting of the presidents of the nine
Women's Christian colleges/universities was held
at TWCU. The Asian Women's Institute was founded
by the united efforts of those nine
colleges/universities including TWCU.
||An AWI workshop entitled "Life-time
Education for women" was held at TWCU.
||Open lectures and serial seminars were
||An AWI "Peace Forum" was held at
||The Nao Aoyama Prize for an outstanding piece
of work on the history of women was established
with funds willed by Professor Nao Aoyama, a late
professor of TWCU.
||The Nao Aoyama scholarship was established by
the same fund.
||The committee for women's studies was
reorganized as Center for Women's Studies.
||The Center for Women's Studies became an
independent institute separated from the
Institute for Comparative Studies of Culture.