Japanese and American High School Students Recognized at Stanford’s Japan Day

Dr. Gary Mukai, Director of SPICE welcomes the participants
Consul General Noguchi gives congratulatory remarks
On Monday, August 7, Consul General Noguchi attended Stanford University’s Japan Day and delivered congratulatory remarks to the awardees and participants. Japan Day is an event hosted by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) where high school students from Japan and the U.S. in the Reischauer Scholars Program and Stanford e-Japan program are recognized for outstanding performance.
Please visit the following websites to find more about the programs;
・Reischauer Scholars Program (for high school students in the U.S.) https://spice.fsi.stanford.edu/fellowship/reischauer-scholars-program
・Stanford e-Japan (for high school students in Japan) https://spice.fsi.stanford.edu/fellowship/stanford-e-japan
An honoree gives their presentation
Student honorees

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