On Friday, April 20, CJS hosted our popular Pecha-Kucha event. With over 30 people in attendance, it proved to be a successful night. For those unfamiliar, Pecha-Kucha is a presentation format where a speaker presents their chosen topic in 20 slides which move every 20 seconds. This semester’s participants include three CJS faculty and three CJS graduate students: Ms. Tokiko Bazzell (Japan Studies Librarian); Dr. Yuma Totani (Associate Professor of History); Dr. Gay Satsuma (Associate Director of CJS); Mr. Stevie Suan (MA student, Asian Studies); Mr. Kei Imafuku (MA student, Asian Studies); and Mr. James Scanlon-Canegata (MA Student, EALL).
For the flyer for the event, please click this link.