TUJ Times Online

November 22, 2006 (vol. 14)

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Temple Law School to Provide MCLE Credit for U.S. Qualified Attorneys

The Temple University School of Law, Japan Campus, is pleased to offer one Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit to U.S. -qualified attorneys who attend the November 30 Roppongi Bar Association. The meeting entitled, "Consumer Finance Reform," features guest speakers Tom Clark, VP, Government Relations of GE Consumer Finance Asia, and Ernie Olsen, CEO of NCC Mortgage K.K.

Date & Time
Thursday, November 30, 8 p.m. (light buffet served from 7:30 p.m.)
Century Court in Roppongi. Click here for map.

For more information, please click here.

To help our U.S. lawyer alumni satisfy their CLE requirements, the Law School-an accredited provider of Pennsylvania CLE credits-will be holding, on its own and in conjunction with other legal organizations, special events throughout the year for which U.S.-qualified attorneys in Japan can receive MCLE credits. To be notified of these events, please contact us.

Alumni Association Meishi Exchange Luncheon

The Alumni Association is organizing a meishi exchange luncheon for December 2 to give busy TUJ alumni a chance to exchange career information and talk about business in a friendly, small-group atmosphere. Since the lunch is being held on a Saturday, the Alumni Association looks forward to seeing some new faces, particularly people unable to attend events on weekdays.

Date & Time
Saturday, December 2, from 12 to 2 p.m.
Kamonka, a Chinese restaurant in Akasaka. Click here for map
1,000-1,500 yen (individual order)
Up to 15 people

Please sign up using the online registration form here.

Reiki - An Exhibition by TUJ Art Student Anna Doki

(Poppies, 2006)

In her exhibition at Atelier Gym this month entitled "Reiki," TUJ art student Anna Doki introduces a new series of oil paintings drawn from her personal experiences and philosophical views. Anna explores the concepts of "energy" and "the six senses" as metaphors to capture the fleeting beauties and the energy they supply, and transfers them to canvas.

This exhibition is the first in a series of shows featuring artwork from students in "Undergraduate Art Seminar," a class instructed by Professor Shinya Watanabe and Instructor Kaoru Sakurai. Putting together an exhibition is a requisite project for all students in the class.

Date & Time
Wednesday, November 22 through Saturday, November 25, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (until 5 p.m. on last day)
Atelier Gym (a five-minute walk from Azabu-Juban Station). Click here for map.


Faculty Members Represent TUJ at Temple Global Conference

Temple University's main campus hosted "Temple in the World/The World at Temple: A Global Temple Conference" November 16-17 to celebrate the university's international dimensions. In her keynote address, Temple's new president, Ann Weaver Hart, extolled Temple's extraordinarily international presence, faculty, student body, and teaching and research agendas. Several TUJ faculty members presented scholarly research on Japan. Associate Dean Roman Cybriwsky spoke about the globalization of Tokyo's Roppongi district, Professor Phil Deans addressed nationalism in Sino-Japanese relations, Professor Kyle Cleveland presented ethnic tourist imaginings in Japanese pop culture, and Professor Fabienne Darling-Wolf covered globalization, and race and gender issues in Japanese fashion magazines. Main campus students with TUJ Study Abroad experience also offered papers and posters on African immigrants in Tokyo, Japanese horror films, NGO work in India, and Japanese baseball fan behavior.

Career Fair Fall 2006

TUJ's Career Development Office held its biannual Career Fair on October 31, with Bloomberg, Philip Morris, PricewaterhouseCoopers and other companies from various industries participating. To secure TUJ grads for your firm or to receive information on future career fairs, please contact career@tuj.temple.edu.

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