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The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures) invites applications for the summer M. A.. program in Japanese Pedagogy.
Application deadline: February 15, 2019.
The 2019 program will begin on Monday, June 3rd and last until Friday, August 2nd, during which the following courses will be taught:
I. Three-week Pedagogy Course (6/03-6/21):
- *Intermediate/Advanced Japanese Pedagogy, Prof. Mariko Moroishi ...
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We are pleased to announce that the 25th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum (PJPF) will take place on May 11-12, 2019 at Princeton University. The theme of the Forum is "Toward Inclusive Language Education: Rethinking the Diversity of Modern Day Society." Three keynote speakers, Dr. Emi Otsuji (University of Technology, Sydney), Professor Marcella Mariotti (Ca’Foscari University of Venice), and Professor Seiichi ...
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The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) are pleased to announce the recruitment of a new group of participants for the
U.S.-Japan Network for the Future. This program was launched in 2009 to foster a new generation of Japan specialists. The four existing cohorts of Network for the Future scholars regularly have ... READ MORE »
The Hamako Ito Chaplin Memorial Award will again be conferred in 2019, administered through the Association for Asian Studies. In accordance with the wishes of the Chaplin family, each year a prize of $1000 will be awarded to either a current graduate student or a full-time instructor of Japanese for excellence in Japanese language teaching at the college-level. A full-time instructor ...
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The Japan U.S. Friendship Commission announces the 2019-2020 U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Fellowship Program. This unique fellowship is designed to highlight U.S.-Japan artistic partnerships during the 2020 Olympic and/or Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Each collaborative team will receive a $25,000 fellowship award!
U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible to apply to collaborate with an artist in Japan. The application deadline is March 1, 2019 ...
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True Stories from Japan
True Stories from Japan is an occasional blog on the Sasakawa USA website that features reflective essays about travels to and from Japan. Topics range from U.S.-Japan relations to cultural differences and everything in between.
True Stories from Japan articles have explored topics including:
• Academic, cultural, and military exchanges
• U.S.-Japan diplomacy, trade, and security
• Food ... READ MORE »
As volunteers-in-chief for the conference, LAT members make significant contributions to the overall experience for all attendees. Serving on the LAT takes just a few hours per month prior to the conference, with significant time and effort required during the conference itself.
Details and sign up here:
Benefits for JET Alumni: Alumni are guaranteed a 30% minimum scholarship award when they enroll in one of the
Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy Master's Programs.
Deadline: Prospective students intending to begin their graduate studies next year can submit their application by our priority admission deadline (January 10, 2019) for full consideration for merit-based scholarships and fellowships beyond the ... READ MORE »
As a strategic partner, we wanted to reach out to you and JETAA with opportunities for your alumni/ members to learn more about the master’s programs offered at Carnegie Mellon University’s
Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy.
As a reminder, our partnership guarantees a 30% minimum scholarship award when your alumni enroll in one of our master’s programs.
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The Japan Foundation is now accepting applications for Exhibitions Abroad Support Program for the 2019 - 2020 fiscal year.
This program is designed to provide financial support for museums and art institutions outside of Japan that organize exhibitions introducing Japanese art and culture. International exhibitions such as biennials and triennials introducing Japanese artists and their works are also applicable.
For exhibitions ... READ MORE »