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Tuesday, September 13 from 12:40 pm: Boston Career Forum Seminar: Utilizing your Japanese Skills for your Next Career
Title: Boston Career Forum Seminar: Utilizing your Japanese Skills for your Next Career
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 13th from 12:40-2PM (seminar 45 minutes, Q&A to follow)
Venue: VC 6-210 (in-person)
Registration link: https://forms.gle/9ad95KEsxMKWHPwm7
Sign-up Form for Fall 2022 “Drop-in” Virtual Study Abroad Advising Session
Sign-up Form for Fall 2022 “Drop-in” Virtual Study Abroad Advising Session
Please use this form to register for a “Drop-in” Study Abroad Advising Session.
Undergraduates: Please register for a Study Abroad Virtual Information Session BEFORE requesting a Study Abroad Advising Session. If this is the first time you have been in touch with the Study Abroad Office, or you have not been granted access to the Study Abroad Application Portal, you should sign up for a Study Abroad Virtual Information Session (https://forms.office.com/r/DJ65gychw1), NOT a Drop-in Study Abroad Advising Session with an individual advisor.
Our Fall Semester “Drop-in” hours
Monday 2:00-4:00 p.m. Virtual Advising Sessions OR In-Person Advising
Tuesday 3:00-6:00 p.m. Virtual Advising Sessions only
Wednesday 2:00-4:00 p.m. Virtual Advising Sessions only
Thursday 12:30-2:30 p.m. Virtual Advising Sessions OR In-Person Advising
Friday 2:00-4:00 p.m. VirtualAdvising Sessions only
VIRTUAL “DROP-IN” ADVISING SESSIONS (via Zoom)
Please use this form to:
- sign up for a Virtual Study Abroad Advising Session during “Drop-In” hours on the same day or a future day
- request to see (1) any Study Abroad Advisor, (2) the Associate Director of Study Abroad, or (3) the Director of Study Abroad during your Virtual Advising Session
Students who sign up for a Study Abroad Virtual Advising Session will be sent an email invitation to join a Zoom call at a specific time during the scheduled “Drop-In” hours. The invitation may be sent out at any time between the time you request it and Drop-in hours on the day of your requested session. Please join the Zoom call at the time indicated on the Zoom invitation.
- On Mondays the Associate Director of Study Abroad is not available for a Virtual Advising Session, but is available for for an In-Person Advising Session.
- On Thursdays the Director of Study Abroad is is not available for a Virtual Advising Session, but is available for for an In-Person Advising Session.
IN-PERSON DROP-IN ADVISING SESSIONS
- In-Person Drop-In hours are held only Mondays 2:00-4:00 and Thursdays 12:30-2:30 (club hours)
- During In-Person Drop-In hours we will see students on a first-come, first served basis.
- You may sign up for an In-Person Advising Session using this form, or you may come by during scheduled Drop-In hours.
The Study Abroad Office is located in the Weissman Center for International Business, in the J-Annex, 137 E. 25th St, 8th floor.
Advising Sessions are scheduled for 15 minutes, but follow-up Sessions are easy to arrange.
BEFORE YOUR ADVISING SESSION
Visit the Study Abroad website (www.baruch.cuny.edu/study-abroad/)
If your class and/or work schedule(s) make it impossible for you to attend an Advising Session during any of our drop-in hours, you may request a Virtual Advising Session outside our drop-in hours. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a clear and detailed explanation of why you need to schedule an Advising Session outside drop-in hours.
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Japan Society is excited to kick off its 2022-23 Performing Arts Season with a look at the inspirations and challenges behind Hanjo—a reality-bending opera written by acclaimed Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa, based on one of Yukio Mishima’s Modern Noh Plays. In this in-person talk, Italian director Luca Veggetti and Catapult Opera founder (and Hanjo conductor) Neal Goren discuss the hopeless mad-love story portrayed in Mishima’s original script ahead of the opera’s North American premiere at NYU Skirball (Sept. 30 & Oct. 2).
The evening begins with an introduction to Yukio Mishima and his famous noh play by Prof. Satoko Naito and a pre-recorded interview with Hosokawa, culminating in a live singing of the opera’s centerpiece aria.
We wanted to let you know that we are offering FREE student tickets. Students can use the code STUFREE to redeem this offer on our ticketing site when adding a Non-Member ticket to their cart.
Please note this is an in-person event at Japan Society, located at 333 East 47th Street.
We appreciate any support you can provide in getting the word out to your students, and we hope to see you and your students in our theater soon!
Senior Program Officer
333 East 47th Street
New York, NY 10017
Tel 212 715 1220
Fax 212 715 1262
The Japanese Program and Baruch Japan Club will be co-hosting an event about Japanese culture and translation. For the 2nd “Translation Workshop,” we have invited David Evelyn, a translator of manga, light novels, and video games. The first half of the event introduces how he became interested in Japanese culture, including manga, and has built his career in the industry. The latter half of the workshop is devoted to a hands-on translation exercise in which participants translate actual passages taken from manga with the knowledge of tanka, a form of Japanese classic poetry.
Date: Tuesday, April 26th
Times: 12:40 pm to 2:00 pm
Organized by The Baruch Japanese Program in conjunction with Baruch Japan Club
Sponsored by The Sidney Harman Writer-In-Residence Program
The Japanese program in the Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature cordially invites you to join us for the film screening event of a Japanese film, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Wife of a Spy, followed by Dr. Marie Thorsten’s talk.
1. Film Screening
Kiyoshi Kurosawa, dir. Wife of A Spy (2021)
The film can be watched by the following link with your Baruch ID.
2. Dr. Marie Thorsten’s Lecture
Dr. Marie Thorsten will discuss two Japanese films Sea and Poison (Kumai Kei, 1986) and Wife of a Spy (Kurosawa Kiyoshi, 2021). Her lecture, entitled “Visual within Visual: Ethics of Viewing,” draws attention to the visual medium within the medium to bring focus to the act of viewing itself. This lecture is funded by the WSAS dean’s office (Global Lecture Series), organized by the Japanese Program at Baruch College. The flyer was made by Baruch Japan Club.
Date: March 11th, 2022 (Friday)
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm during the class of “Film and Moving Image Culture in Japan” (open to the Baruch community)
Venue: on Zoom (Register for access to the Zoom link below)
Contact: Shige (CJ) Suzuki, PhD
Japan Day is a highly anticipated annual event in the spring in Central Park, which celebrates Japanese culture.
In this year 2022, Japan Day is organizing the first-ever Japan Parade in New York City on Saturday, May 14.
This year marks the 10th art contest as well as the first-ever Japan Parade Art Contest.
We are currently accepting submissions for our art contest, to decide on the official image & design for the upcoming event.
The chosen artwork will be used for the event’s collateral materials including official poster, official program,T-shirt etc.
The winner will also receive round-trip Economy class tickets to Japan for two, provided by ANA/ All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. and Brand Watches by CITIZEN WATCH AMERICA.
Please visit our website for more details.
NY Future Lab is a online podcast that focuses on “Gen Z” and “Millennials” who are the protagonists of the coming era. NY Future Labs delivers an insiders view on what young Americans usually think, what they are influenced by, and what their characteristics and perceptions of Japanese Culture.
Join the podcast here: https://ny-future-lab.com/
Boston Career Forum ONLINE 2021 Info Session
The world’s largest job fair for Japanese-English bilinguals is currently being held online.
CFN staff will hold an online info session designed to provide participants useful information regarding the event and how you can prepare for a successful experience.
Date: Oct. 19 (Tues.)
Time: 3-4PM (ET)
Register here: Zoom Registration
Boston Career Forum ONLINE 2021: Career Forum Information