Our Fulbright Japan educational advisors hold briefing sessions via online conference every month. Registration required.
ADA 25th Anniversary Program in Nagoya
June 18, Nagoya – Mr. John Wodatch, a disability rights attorney, spoke to 130 people and shared lessons learned since the U.S. implemented the Americans with Disabilities Act. The program was sponsored by the Consulate, the Aichi Disability Forum, and the Aichi International Association.ALSO: Story Photos
Dr. Robin Murphy, Director, Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue at Texas A&M University will speak at Nagoya University on Friday, September 11.
The U.S. Embassy's annual event on study in the United States will be held on Saturday, September 12, at Sola City Conference Center in Ochanomizu, Tokyo.
- Your network for advice about studying abroad in the United States
- In 1912, Japan gave the United States a gift of 3,000 cherry trees as a token of friendship between the two nations. In commemoration of the gift, the people of the United States today are offering 3,000 dogwood trees to the people of Japan through the Friendship Blossoms Initiative. Over 500 trees are planted in Aichi, Mie, Shizuoka and Gifu.