Application for the U.S. Scholars Initiative is Now Open!
The U.S. Scholars Initiative is a four-year full-tuition scholarship for U.S. students. Apply by December 1st for the 2019 academic year! For more information, click here.
Application for the Study Abroad Scholarship by October 31st!
Current ICU students who plan to study abroad in the 2019-20 academic year may apply for the JICUF Study Abroad Scholarship, a $10,000 award to support one student with excellent academic standing and financial need.
Please support international students at ICU!
Go to JICUF’s Global Scholarship Campaign
Last year, JICUF launched two new scholarship programs – the Syrian Scholars Initiative and the U.S. Scholars Initiative. We need your support to continue these programs and enable more international students to study at ICU!
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Opportunities for the ICU Community
ICU Information Session in California & Hawaii
This month, ICU delegates will participate in a joint information session with several other Japanese universities in Los Angeles and Honolulu.
Oct. 21 (Sunday) – Los Angeles
@ Holiday Inn Los Angels Gateway-Torrance (19800 S. Vermont Ave., Torrance)
12:30-17:00 Private consultation
13:00-16:00 Information session
Oct. 27 (Saturday) – Honolulu
@Hawaii Convention Center, Meeting Room 312 (1801 Kalakaua Ave.Honolulu)
14:30-18:30 Private consultation
15:00-17:00 Information session
For more information and to register, click here
Most Recent Articles
Anastazy Maletz is the first recipient of JICUF’s United States Scholars Initiative (USSI) scholarship. This merit-based scholarship provides full-tuition support for four years of undergraduate study at ICU. Anastazy matriculated at ICU in September, and we asked him about his experiences at ICU so far.
Mana Yamagata, a fourth-year Literature major, received a ¥474,500 grant this spring to plan a Modern Dance Society (MDS) performance. This fall, they invited New York-based choreographer and ICU alum Kensaku Shinohara and Taiwan-based dance group Seed Dance Company to ICU to put on a collaborative performance. The ICU × Taiwan × New York Dance Project: “Woohi Chung” (meaning “five minutes” in Chinese) was performed four times in the West Wing of the Diffendorfer Memorial Hall (known as the “Shin-D”) from September 18th to 20th. We interviewed MDS members to learn about their project.
Twelve members currently serve the JICUF Board of Trustees. Dr. Jacqueline Wasilewski, who taught Cross-Cultural Communication at ICU for 18 years from 1990 to 2008, is one of them. She was interviewed by her colleague Anne Love.