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Leveraging Your Japan Experience While Mapping Your Career Path

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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Keiko Toda
Leveraging Your Japan Experience While Mapping Your Career Path KCJS Alumni Talk Series #18 Wednesday, November 17 7:00pm – 9:00pm (EST) 7:00pm – 8:30pm : Alumni Talk 8:30pm − 9:00pm : Networking Event (optional) Nicolle Bertozzi (KCJS27, 2015-16, University of Chicago) Nicolle Bertozzi is a PhD candidate in Japanese history at Columbia University, and is currently in Kyoto conducting dissertation research on a Fulbright research fellowship. While an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, Nicolle spent the 2015-16 academic year at KCJS. While at KCJS, she apprenticed with sudare screen artisans and took lessons in chanoyu, the Japanese tea ceremony. She spent the summer of 2016 conducting research on avant-garde tea practitioners with the KCJS Summer Research Grant. During her first three years at Columbia, Nicolle also interned at a Japanese art gallery in New York. Meet Nicolle and ask about: -Getting involved in the Kyoto community while at KCJS -Conducting research in Japan -Applying to graduate school and research grants for Japanese studies -Making mistakes and embracing embarrassment as a foreigner in Japan -The preservation and continuation of traditional arts and crafts in Kyoto today Please sign up through https://forms.gle/CwxoXi6fyUWgmRdJA by November 15