U.S.-Japan Foundation supports ONU camp
Dr. Robert Alexander, associate professor of political science, is the recipient of a $40,608 grant from the U.S. –Japan Foundation to support the U.S.-Japan Camp to be held July 18-31 on campus.
In its third year, the camp attracts high school students from across the United States interested in learning about Japanese language and culture. This two-week program provides students with intensive language instruction and social studies coursework focusing on appropriate cultural studies. Camp participants will interact with Japanese students in the Sakae Institute which occurs on campus at the same time. Dr. Alexander serves as the program director.