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Monday, March 30, 2015

2015 JSA Freeman Foundation Summer Institute

The Japan Studies Association, with a generous grant from the Freeman Foundation, will conduct a three-week intensive workshop on Japan for faculty and administrators from U.S. two- and four-year colleges and universities. The workshop is for individuals who have little or no prior academic background on Japan and who wish to begin incorporating Japan Studies into their courses. The program is open to faculty in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Business or Education. Administrators and librarians are also eligible to apply.

There will be only 12 participants selected for the Freeman Fellowships. Each participant will receive up to $500 to help cover roundtrip airfare to Hawai'i. Single rooms, some meals and a small stipend will be provided.

Each college or university is required to pay a $650 Program Fee for its participant. This fee must be paid by May 1st, 2015.

More information can be found at (http://www.japanstudies.org/jsa-freeman-foundation-summer-institute.html).

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