JICUF is celebrating 70 years!
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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
- Our summer program for ICU undergraduate students Global Link will be held from July 3rd to 28th this year.
- July 11th, 2019 6:30pm~ Meet & Greet with ICU Students in NYC
Please register here.
- July 18th, 2019 6:30pm~ Meet & Greet with ICU Students in Washington, D.C.
Please register here.
- September 13th, 2019 6:30pm~ 70th Anniversary Dinner at the Riverside Church in NYC
See details here. To receive an invitation, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, graduation year and mailing address.
- In March 2020, we will host another 70th Anniversary Dinner in Los Angeles. Details to follow.
Most Recent Articles
In fall 2018, third-year ICU student Hotaka Omata (second-year at the time) received a JICUF grant of ¥424,000 for his project to build housing in Nepal. Hotaka and seven other ICU members of the FIWC (Friendship International Work Camp), an inter-collegiate volunteer group, traveled to Ramche village, Nepal, which has yet to fully recover from the devastating April 2015 earthquake. JICUF interviewed three ICU students who took part in the trip.
In April, the ICU Graduate School launched the Diplomacy and International Public Service Program (DIPS). DIPS targets ICU graduate students and students in the Five-year Program who are interested in pursuing careers in diplomacy or international organizations. A kick-off event was held on the ICU campus on Saturday, April 20th.
Ms. Noriko Iwase, who graduated from ICU in 1974, currently lives in Washington, D.C. After a long career at the United Nations and World Bank, she decided to pursue a different path. A generous supporter of JICUF and ICU, she shared her ICU story with us.