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My Kimono Life 9: Teaching Tea

This last week, I was able to wear my kimono to work! Of course I can’t normally do this. Very few people would be comfortable if their “native English-speaker” teacher wore kimono everyday. 367 more words

Kimono

Global Perspectives on Student Development Theory

Here at Louisiana State University, we take seriously our commitment to issues of globalization and internationalization.  Our faculty attempt to build discussions of international issues into our courses, and we have opportunities as students and professionals to understand issues of globalization or internationalization through other experiential processes. 1,010 more words

International Student Orientation Program Starts Mon., March 23

Just a reminder that the International Student Orientation Program (ISOP) starts Mon., March 23 so our new International students and their families will be out and about around campus. 16 more words

Announcements

Internationalization at Global Culture Festival 2015

Internationalization at Global Culture Festival 2015

By: Mariko Cook

As a coordinator for international relations (CIR), one of my duties is to plan grassroots-level events for the local community to learn more about foreign cultures. 268 more words

The Quad

My dear global family 大いなる家族 (GoYen message 19 to 21)

I came to Japan to “educate” the local citizens of what globalization is like, since Japan is homogeneous country. I thought that was my duty as a CIR working for JET Programme. 657 more words

Fukushima

e-tutorials localization

Our world is now definitely global and that is not going to change any time soon. The Internet offers a low-cost and readily available infrastructure for sales, marketing, distribution, and support of products and services worldwide – including e-learning or e-tutorials. 357 more words

Allgemein