Starting in FY2017, USJI introduced a scholar program to develop young researchers who can contribute to enhance U.S.-Japan relationship in the future. Under this program, USJI will support the research activities of young researchers, one selected from each USJI affiliated university, in the U.S.
Choi JungHoonAsia-Japan Research Institute at Ritsumeikan UniversityTerm: September/1/2018 to March/31/2019
Research Theme: An Analysis on the Perceptions and Foreign Policies of Japan, R.o.K, and the U.S. under the Kim Jong Un Regime
Junko KondoGraduate school of Global Environmental Studies at Kyoto UniversityTerm: October/22/2018 to November/12/2018
Research Theme: Improving the paradigm of Place-Based Sustainability Education in Japan
Issei SuzukiDoctoral Program, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies at University of TsukubaTerm:February/21/2019 to March/18/2019
Research Theme: Fundamental Structure of Library Management in the United States: Focusing on the Mechanism of the Library Boards and the Its Actual State of Activities
Yanjie LuoGraduate School of Economics at Keio UniversityTerm:March/8/2019 to April/10/2019
Research Theme:Airbnb pricing and neighborhood characteristics in San Francisco
Yuko SuyamaDoctoral Program in International Relations in Graduate School of Global Studies at Sophia UniversityTerm:February/1/2019 to February/29/2019
Research Theme:The Influence of “Atoms for peace” of the President Eisenhower on the U.S., Japan and Germany
Yuma OsakiGraduate School of Law (Politics) at Doshisha UniversityTerm:January/6/2019 to January/27/2019
Research Theme:The International Trading System in the Trump Era: Bilateralism vs. Multilateralism
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