TUJ Continues to Promote Globally Oriented Community Relations Activities —"study abroad in Japan," cross-cultural experience class, and more
September 17, 2015
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is a good neighbor. Since concluding the agreement on joint activities with Minato City in 2006, TUJ has launched a range of initiatives to contribute to the local community.
TUJ is home to students, staff and faculty from sixty countries. It is this diversity that is responsible for a wide variety of unique and international activities. Those activities attract people from other regions not just to observe, but to participate, thereby growing the circle of community and developing the activities further.
August 21, 2015
Emika Mamiya is a senior in Communication Studies who transferred to TUJ in summer 2014. That fall, as part of the Sophomore Seminar course with Professor Ron Carr, she started planning Dream Port Japan, a consulting firm devoted to study abroad programs. Her goal was to create a way to help students with a desire to study overseas learn about real study abroad experiences.
TUJ Symposium "American University Administration and Global Competition" held at the U.S. Embassy Tokyo
August 4, 2015
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) hosted a symposium "American University Administration and Global Competition" at the U.S. Embassy Tokyo on June 30, with support from the Commercial Service of the U.S. Embassy Tokyo. 80 university administrators, educators, and journalists from throughout Japan attended the event. Margot Carrington, Minister-Counselor, Public Affairs, the U.S. Embassy, opened the event by emphasizing the importance of student exchange between Japan and the U.S. This was followed by an address by Masanobu Morita, Director, the Higher Education Policy Planning Division, Higher Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, who spoke about the significance of fostering global talent in Japan.
July 23, 2015
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) is pleased to announce a new Continuing Education certificate program in Leadership Skills Training, starting from fall semester 2015. The new program will train students from various professional backgrounds who wish to develop and cultivate their leadership skills in their organizations and communities, profit or non-profit.
Temple University, Japan Campus 2015 Commencement—Graduates Ready to be Next Generation of Global Leaders
June 12, 2015
Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) held its 2015 commencement ceremony on Sunday, June 7 at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel, Tokyo. The TUJ ceremony was part of the 128th commencement of Temple University (TU), which took place on May 8 at Main Campus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The commencement in Japan was attended by five TU delegates headed by President Neil D. Theobald, together with Ms. Margot Carrington, Minister Counselor, Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy Tokyo.