Kakehashi: Student Panel on U.S.-Japan Economic and Social Ties
Hear students’ perspectives on U.S.-Japan relations and business ties after spending eight days in Japan as part of the Kakehashi Project.
The Japanese government created the Kakehashi Project to strengthen the bonds between Japan and the U.S. through personal connections, business exchange and mutual understanding. The School was fortunate to be chosen in 2016 to participate in the annual program, permitting around 20 students to travel from the U.S. to Japan.
At this event, a handful of those participating students will present their experiences, impressions and ideas for the future of U.S.-Japan relations. They will particularly focus on the economic bridges that citizens of each country can build.
For anyone interested in Japan or international relations, this presentation and discussion will highlight many important facets of building constructive relationships with people and businesses abroad, in Japan and elsewhere.
The event will take place in the GPS Robinson Auditorium (directions). Closest parking will be at the Pangea Parking Structure.
Questions? Contact David Robertson.