by Chloe Ramirez In this enlightening video, Prof. William Reed has a conversation with Prof. Fukumi Genjima on career design advice for undergraduates, including the role that study abroad plays in enhancing students' credentials and enriching their profiles:
On April 2, Earlham College President Alan Price and Professor Dyron Dabney spent the day on campus and experienced iCLA’s Japan Studies program first-hand. President Price is an experienced Judoka (judo practitioner). Prof. Dabney, who is Director of Japan Study at Earlham, holds a third-degree black belt in Karate. Last November, Earlham and iCLA signed a… Continue reading Earlham College at iCLA
by Chloe Ramirez Being able to work with successful and important companies is a goal for many college graduates. As companies aim to employ competent and efficient personnel in order to come up with quality results, it is vital for students to interact with company representatives and be exposed to workplace values, expectations, and cultures… Continue reading Mitsubishi FUSO Workshop with iCLA Students
In the first of a series of faculty/student interviews, iCLA Music professor Alexander Sigman and exchange student Sam Sernavski (Aalborg University/Denmark) discuss how studying and engaging in music can lead to a fulfilling life and career. Filmed at Sakuraza, a long-standing venue in downtown Kofu presenting a diverse array of musical performances, the video also… Continue reading iCLA faculty/student interview video #1: What can you do with music…and what can music do for you?
NHK Cool Japan is one of the most widely watched programs in English worldwide, broadcast not only in Japan but by satellite to 108 countries, and viewable on YouTube. In late 2017, they did a special on Yamanashi featuring iCLA students doing amazing things in the prefecture. They also filmed almost 50 students in the… Continue reading My Experiences on NHK Cool Japan