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The Spring 2024 application will open in early July.
FEA invests in deserving U.S. undergraduates who are least likely to study abroad. More than 100 volunteer reviewers read applications each cycle. In partnership with them, we consider financial need, demographic factors, and academic plan and preparedness to decide our scholarship recipients.
The Globalization of Manga and its Role in Libraries by Jillian Rudes
Come join Jillian Rudes, a New York City public school librarian who started the webinar series Manga in Libraries. Since its founding, Rudes has been traveling the country presenting at conferences and hosting workshops, she also recently published the book Manga in Libraries: A Guide for Teen Librarians to educate librarians all over the world about the importance and value of manga in libraries. Focusing on the social-emotional needs of teens, Rudes has launched an initiative to inspire manga librarians everywhere to build manga collections that empower and celebrate readers.
Event Title: The Globalization of Manga and its Role in Libraries
Speaker: Jillian Rudes
Date/Time: Thursday, April 27th from 7:30 pm to 8:45 pm
Venue: VC12-116 *The venue has been changed!
*Need to register to join the event.
Japanese Cinema and Society: The Industrial Spy Boom in the 1960s by Dr. Tomoyuki Sasaki (Globus Lecture Series)
The Japanese Program invites Dr. Tomoyuki Sasaki who discusses the 1960 Japanese films and the shifting society in the decades. The talk is based on his recent book Cinema of Discontent: Representations of Japan’s High-Speed Growth (SUNY Press, 2022).
The lecture takes places during Dr. April Gorzke’s course CMP/AAS/FLM4907 Film and Moving Image Culture in Japan. Those who are interested in joining the talk, please register for the event by responding the Google Form below.
Sam Pollard Film Festival
Dear colleagues ,
Welcome back from spring break! The Harman Program has some great events coming up this week and next with our current writer, eminent documentary filmmaker Sam Pollard who graduated from Baruch exactly 50 years ago, in 1973.
On Thursday, April 20, there will be a 5 pm buffet reception for Sam that students are warmly invited to partake in, followed by a 6 pm reading and conversation , introduced by Emerita Professor Bridgett Davis.
On the 24th and 25th of April, the Baruch Performing Arts Center will host a small festival featuring four of Sam’s films, along with interviews with Sam by Professor Erica Richardson (April 24) and Prof. Shelly Eversley (April 25).
The attached flyers have the details; please circulate them as widely as you like. These events may be of particular interest to your students who are about to graduate since Sam will be the speaker and will receive an honorary doctorate at Baruch’s spring commencement at the Barclay Center.
Warm regards to all, and many thanks for your help spreading the word about these events,
Director, Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program
Baruch College, City University of New York
Alvin Hall coming to Baruch!
Hello Baruch colleagues,
Something has come together so fast that I don’t even have a flyer for it yet, but I wanted to let everyone know as soon as possible that on April 20, same day as Sam Pollard’s Reading and Conversation later that evening, the Harman Program is sponsoring a talk and lunch with author and podcaster Alvin D. Hall — a very big name in bestselling personal finance books, podcasts and even children’s books, who recently published a nonfiction memoir Driving the Green Book, A Road Trip Through the Living History of Black Resistance which came out of a very successful podcast he did with the same title.
I had booked a different Harman Fellow but a couple of weeks ago she confirmed she was unable to make it. I happened to meet Alvin through a mutual friend, and he happens to live near Baruch, and was telling me about his new book, and suddenly this all came together.
The Harman Fellow lunch events are capped at 20 students so it’s not a huge publicity endeavor — but if you can think of any students who might like to have lunch with him on the 20th, please tell them to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
From Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program
This semester’s Harman Program Reading and Conversation, with Spring 2023 Writer-in-Residence Sam Pollard (Baruch College, class of 1973) will take place on April 20, beginning with a reception with abundant food for even the hungriest Baruch student crowd at 5:00 p.m.
I’d be very grateful if you could circulate the attached flyer among students and faculty who may be interested. Sam will be receiving an honorary doctorate from Baruch at this spring’s graduation; this is a chance for any graduating student to get to know him better before then.
The Program is particularly honored that Sam will be introduced on April 20 by the former Harman Director, Baruch Professor Emerita Bridgett Davis.
Thanks for your help!
Study Abroad Fair (Fab. 16th, 2023)
Baruch College (In-Person) Study Abroad Fair
Date: Thursday, February 16, 2023
Time: 12:30-2:30 p.m. (Club Hours)
Place: Auxiliary Gym (NVC Level B2)
Learn about dozens of study abroad opportunities!Speak to Baruch students who have already studied abroad and students from our partner institutions who are studying here now!
Meet with representatives from a wide range of study abroad programs!
Thanks so much for your help!
Dina Luu Van Lang
Assistant Director of Study Abroad
Baruch College, City University of New York
One, Bernard Baruch Way Box J-0810
New York, NY 10010
Tel. +1 646 312-2098 Fax: +1 646 312-2071
MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) offers several government-sponsored scholarships
This is the MEXT Scholarship Office from the Consulate General of Japan in New York. We are writing to inform you that the MEXT Scholarship Japan Studies application period has begun.
This email is being sent to university professors of Japanese and in otherwise related positions who have collaborated with the New York Consulate in the past. If this email has been sent to you in error or you are no longer in such a position, we are deeply sorry for the inconvenience. Please inform us and we will remove you from the mailing list.
If you have undergraduate students who would be interested in applying for an intensive, immersive Japanese studies scholarship program, please feel free to forward them the following information.
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MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) offers several government-sponsored scholarships: Japan Studies, Research, Undergraduate, and Specialized Training.
At this time, the Japan Studies embassy-recommended scholarship – an intensive one-year study in Japan program for currently enrolled undergraduate students – is available. The Consulate General of Japan in New York will be accepting applications until Friday, February 10th, 2023, at 5 PM. Applications must be delivered by mail or in-person (appointment only); email will not be accepted.
Applicants who pass the first wave of screening will be invited to New York for an in-person interview and Japanese exam. Successful candidates will depart for Japan in the fall of 2023.
Applicants for the Japan Studies Scholarship must be:
- a U.S. citizen.
- currently majoring in Japanese or Japan-related studies.
- born between April 2, 1993, and April 1, 2005.
- have studied Japanese language or culture at a university for a total of 1 year or more as of September 1, 2023.
Benefits of the Scholarship
- Fully waived tuition for one year.
- Paid flight to and from Japan.
- Monthly stipend of 117,000 JPY plus additional supplemental allowance.
Useful Links & Information:
- Interested parties can find more information here on our website.
- Application forms and past exam reference materials can be found here. We strongly recommend reading the scholarship’s guidelines, particularly sections on eligibility, screening process flowchart, and documentation, before making general inquiries.
- If you are unsure whether your current permanent address falls under the NY Consulate’s jurisdiction, please consult this page.
If you have further questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or call direct at (212) 418-4463.
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Thank you for your time.
Anna Dan, Vice Consul
Melanie Budney, Scholarship Coordinator
MEXT Scholarship Program
Consulate General of Japan in New York
299 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10171
Tel: 212-418-4463 (Direct)
JET Program Information Session (Tues, Oct. 11th, 2022)
ET Program Information Session
Date: Tuesday, October 11th, 2022
Time: 12:40 pm to 2:00 pm (a Q&A session included)
Register beforehand: https://forms.gle/8YQwGGiJfFfuSsfe6
The event was organized by the JET program in conjunction with the Japanese program and Baruch Japan Club.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs). Since 1987, more than 70,000 JET Program participants from 75 countries have lived and worked in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Join JET and become part of this exclusive network of like-minded international enthusiasts!To learn more, come and speak to a JET Program representative when they visit your campus!
Apply Now for the Spring 2023 Harman Class: “Storytelling in Film”
|Apply Now for the Spring 2023 Harman Class: “Storytelling in ilm”|
|Applications are now being accepted for next semester’s Harman class, “Storytelling in Film: Writing for Film and Television,” taught by Baruch alumnus and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sam Pollard, the Harman Program’s 50th Writer-In-Residence who, in a nice bit of symmetry, returns to his alma mater fifty years after graduating. Applications are read and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis; we recommend students submit them before registration opens on October 31st. |
If you’d like to see some of Pollard’s extraordinary work, his 2020 documentary MLK/FBI has been made available for the Baruch community through the Newman Library. Click here to log in and watch.