Starting in FY2018, USJI launched U.S.-Japan Program to interexchange among young researchers in the U.S. and Japan and support those researchers who can contribute for U.S.-Japan relationship in the future. Under this program, USJI will support the research activities of young researchers selected from eight USJI affiliated universities.
This program is financially supported by Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation.
Junko Kondo1st year in doctorial course at Kyoto UniversityTerm:January/5/2020 to April/7/2020
Research Theme:Comparative research for the Place-Based Sustainability Education and teacher professional development in formal education in Japan and the U.S.
Issei SuzukiDoctoral Program, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies at Tsukuba UniversityTerm:October/16/2019 to March/23/2020
Research Theme:Fundamental Research for the Construction of Public Management Theory Adapted to the Financial Crisis of the 21st Century : A Survey of the Interaction between Sustainability and Autonomy, Library Districts in a Special-Purpose Government
Tasuku OhashiGraduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha UniversityTerm: November/20/2018 to March/20/2019
Research Theme: An international Comparative Study on Post Traumatic Growth (PTG) of Human, and Socio-Economic Resources in Post-Disaster Reconstruction Periods in Japan and the U.S.
Wang RuiDoctoral Course in the Graduate School of Law, Keio UniversityTerm: January/15/2019 to March/30/2019
Research Theme: Explaining Postwar Japan’s Military Change: From the Perspective of Shifts in Warfare Technology and Political Legitimacy
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