by John Cheung and Sam Sernavski In this iCLA faculty/student interview, Japan Studies Program Co-Director Darren Ashmore and fourth-year iCLA student Erika Ishigaki, who is completing a Performing Arts concentration, discuss the subject of pop culture as a field of study at iCLA and its importance in a liberal arts education. Both reflect on Japanese anime… Continue reading iCLA Faculty/Student Interview Video #2: Why Study Manga and Anime? (VIDEO)
by Alexander Sigman With this post, we begin our Exchange Student Stories series: a window into the lives of former iCLA exchange students who are just about to graduate, or have recently graduated from their respective home institutions, and are preparing for the next phase...whatever that may be. Max McWhirter spent the Fall 2015 and… Continue reading Exchange Student Stories, Part 1: Max McWhirter
by Chloe Ramirez Entering the working world for some can be quite intimidating. For Kaho, a third-year student at iCLA, applying for a three-month internship position in Mitsubishi FUSO was indeed challenging, but excitement surpassed fear by a dozen miles. An integral part of Daimler AG (DAI), the Mitsubishi FUSO Truck and Bus Corporation, a… Continue reading Kaho Tanaka: An Internship Experience with Mitsubishi FUSO
On Monday, July 16, iCLA will host a special open campus event. Participants will have the opportunity to observe an exciting and diverse array of courses and workshops, tour the campus, and interact with current domestic and international students. Join us and see iCLA in action!
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: