Fall 2008 Scholars

Bridging Scholarship Recipients — Fall 2008

 

Neal AKATSUKA (University of Hawai’i) / anthropology -> Waseda University

Joshua ALLEN (University of Montana) / communication studies -> Sophia University

Jonathon ALLRED (Drake University) / international relations -> Kwansei Gakuin

Pedro BASSOE (Ball State University) / anthropology -> Sapporo University

Kaitlin BENNER-KANAGY (University of Washington) / comparative religion -> Osaka University

Alexandra BERTAGNOLLI (Middlebury College) / Japanese -> Associated Kyoto Program

Brent BONDEHAGEN (University of Kentucky) / computer engineering -> Nagoya University

Richard BOWEN (SUNY at Buffalo) / fine art -> Konan University

Leah BOWRING (Truman State University) / visual communication -> Hosei University

* Edward BRASSINGTON (Montclair State University) / political science and pre-law -> Temple University Japan (*TUJ Bridging Scholarship)

Brian BURG (Purdue University) / computer science -> Tohoku University

John BURLINSON (Bowdoin College) / computer science and Asian Studies -> Nanzan University (IES Nagoya)

Nhia CHANG (St. Olaf College) / political science -> Nagasaki University

Dennis CHASTAIN
(Oklahoma State University) / mechanical & aerospace engineering -> Kansai Gaidai

Jasmina DIZDAREVIC (Barnard College) / political science -> Waseda University

Jon-Michael DURKIN (University of Akron) / political science -> Kansai Gaidai

Chelsea EICHENBAUM (Hollins University) / international business -> Kansai Gaidai

Zachary ESPIL (Boise State University) / linguistics -> Hosei University

Erik FINCK (UCLA) / theater and East Asian studies -> International Christian University

Jason FITCH (University of Idaho) / mathematics and mechanical engineering -> Hiroshima University

Ian FLOOD (University of Puget Sound) / economics -> Waseda University

Michael FOX (University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire) / English linguistics -> Kansai Gaidai

Chelsea GAETA (Eastern Michigan University) / Japanese -> Kansai Gaidai

John GARRETT (Ball State University) / Pre-med and Japanese -> Aichi University of Education

Sarah GOSSETT (Arizona State University) / history -> Wakayama University

Ryan GREENE (Ripon College) / global studies -> Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies

Samuel HANDOJO (University of Southern California / business administration -> Tokyo International University

Kathleen HARTLEY (Middlebury College) / psychology -> Sophia University

Sanna HERWALD (Pomona College) / molecular biology -> International Christian University

Martin HYMAN (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) / Asian studies -> International Christian University

Yolanda INCHAUREGUI (San Diego State University) / international business -> Seinan Gakuin

Aaron JASNY (Washington University in St. Louis) / Japanese -> Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies

Miki KELLEY (University of California, San Diego) / physics -> University of Tokyo

Arielle KING (University of North Texas) / Japanese -> Kansai Gaidai

Jennifer KNIGHT (University of Arizona) / political science -> Sophia University

Jennifer LAWSON (Earlham College) / comparative linguistics -> Iwate University

Mia LEWIS (Columbia University) / East Asian studies -> Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies

Vincent LOISELEUR (University of Hawai’i) / information and computer science -> Sophia University

Michael MARION (Ohio University) / computer science -> Chubu University

Mariko NISHI (University of California, San Diego) / biology -> Osaka University

** Midori NOZAKI  (New York University) / economics -> Waseda University (**Morgan Stanley Japan Scholarship)

Virginia O’CONNOR (University of Arkansas) / international business -> Kansai Gaidai

Nathan OLSON (University of Minnesota) / Japanese and English -> Hiroshima University

Hyun Sook PARK (Temple University) / Asian studies -> Temple University Japan

Bailey PICKENS (University of Chicago) / East Asian languages and religious studies -> Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies

Bradley RAMOS (University of Southern California) / East Asian studies -> Tokyo International University

Daniel RAU (University of Arizona) / economics and political science -> International Christian University

Eric ROBBINS (Pomona College) / Japanese -> Associated Kyoto Program

Nida SANGLIMSUWAN (Mount Holyoke College) / Asian studies -> Associated Kyoto Program

Christine SCRIBA (University of Illinois) / East Asian studies -> Konan University

Isaac SHIN (Gonzaga University) / business administration -> Akita International University

Matthew SMITH (West Virginia University) / international studies -> Akita Shukutoku University

Robert SMITH (Southern Methodist University) / business and anthropology -> Kwansei Gakuin

Kathryn TANQUARY (Knox College) / creative writing and Japanese -> Waseda University

Alan TSE (Wayne State University) / Asian studies -> Japan Center for Michigan Universities

Meghan VENTURA (Ohio University) / journalism -> Chubu University

Meryl WALDO (Schoolcraft College) / international business -> Kansai Gaidai

** Jonathan-Sean VICTORIA (Albion College) / political economy -> Waseda University  (**Morgan Stanley Japan Scholarship)

Elizabeth WEBER (Northern Michigan University) / international studies -> Japan Center for Michigan Universities

Robert WERTHEIM (Case Western Reserve University) / Japanese studies -> Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies

Kevin WHITESIDES (Humboldt State University) / religious studies -> Antioch Buddhist Studies in Japan

Anne WHITTINGHAM (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) / Japanese and English  -> Kwansei Gakuin

Esther WONG (Cornell University) / urban and regional studies -> Kanda University of International Studies (IES Tokyo)