Randolph-Macon students traveled to Japan during January Term 2013. This study-abroad
experience was made possible through the generosity of The Japan Foundation.
The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership’s 2012-2013 grant will provide
for the following activities:
The Taylor Anderson/Japan Foundation Japanese Scholar-in-Residence,
Wakaba Tasaka, will teach additional two-sequence courses in beginning and intermediate
Japanese language. Additionally, she will teach Culture of Japan.
Taylor Anderson/Japan Foundation Scholarships will allow two students
to enroll in intensive Japanese language summer courses. Students will be selected
by competitive application process, with the final decisions to be made by the Randolph-Macon
Japanese language faculty. Funds will cover tuition, travel and room and board up
to $12,000 per student.
The Taylor Anderson/Japan Foundation Scholars program will support
the instruction and travel to Japan for 21 students as part of the College’s January-term.
Students will participate in the courses Japan Past and Present taught
by professor Todd Munson and Japanese Religion taught by professor Timothy