Spring 2019 Scholars

Recipients of Bridging Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan, Spring 2019

 

Jason BARD, College of William and Mary (VA) / Keio University / psychology

 

Maya BEST, University of Pittsburgh (PA) / Sophia University / English; anthropology

 

Robin BEZAYIFF, University of California, Santa Cruz / Doshisha University / biochemistry; molecular biology

 

Myesha DILLS, Grand Valley State University (MI) / Ritsumeikan APU / international relations

 

Ruth DUNCAN, Union University (TN) / KCP International / art

 

Eric EGGERS, University of Missouri, St. Louis / Rikkyo University / Japanese

 

Orion FISHER, College of Southern Nevada / Temple University, Japan Campus / business

 

Sarah FRIEND, University of Texas, Martin / Hiroshima Jogakuin / international studies

 

Hannah JOHNSON, University of Tennessee, Knoxville / Kansai Gaidai / world business; Japanese

 

Jacob KERNC, Colorado Mesa University / Toyo University / ecology, evolution, & organismal biology

 

Stephen McINTOSH, Carnegie Mellon University (PA) / Nanzan University / computer science

 

Nina MEI, Seattle University (WA) / Sophia University / nursing

 

Michelle MILLER, University of Memphis (TN) / JF Oberlin University / political science; Japanese

 

Lucinda MORRIS, University of Kentucky / Waseda University / studio art; Japanese studies

 

Peter MOW Colorado College / Waseda University / geology

 

Cindy NGUYEN, Smith College (MA) / Waseda University / East Asian studies

 

Oluwaseun OSHODI, Pitzer College (CA) / Kwansei Gakuin / international economics; Japanese

 

Angel PAN, Stanford University (CA) / Bing Program, Doshisha University / symbolic systems

 

Lana PARKER, University of Virginia / Waseda University / studio art; Japanese

 

Rebecca RADOMSKY, University of Notre Dame (IN) / Kyoto University / chemistry

 

Ashton REDMAN, Maryland Institute College of Art / Osaka Gakuin (AICAD) / interdisciplinary sculpture

 

Nathan SILITONGA, University of California, San Diego / Tohoku University / mechanical engineering

 

Marina STANSON, University of Mount Union (OH) / Kansai Gaidai / international business; Japanese

 

Bridget TOLLE, Austin College (TX) / Sophia University / Asian studies; creative writing

 

Nana UENO / Colorado State University / Sophia University (CIEE) / ecosystem science & sustainability

 

Sara ULANOSKI, University of Louisville (KY) / Kwansei Gakuin (USAC) / anthropology; history

 

Elise YOUNG, Mercer University (GA) / University of Aizu / electrical engineering