She holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from St. Mary’s University, Minneapolis, a master’s degree in Counseling and Human Resource Development, and a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education, both from South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD.
A celebration dinner will recognize the students who have completed the first year of the exchange program between Metropolitan State University and Nagasaki University.
The Saint Paul-Nagasaki Sister City Committee (SPNSCC) will host the annual dinner, 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at Metropolitan State University, New Main, Great Hall. Cost is $40 per person for served meal (meat and vegetarian options available). The event is sponsored by the President’s Office.
The SPNSCC was commissioned as the first Japanese-American city partnership in 1955. Its purpose is to promote beneficial relationships between the American and Japanese people in the two cities, and to promote the cause of peace. Their first programs helped the city of Nagasaki recover from the damage it sustained from nuclear bombing during World War II. Today, they continue to connect Japanese and American cultures through grass-roots ambassadorship and to promote Japanese culture in the greater Twin Cities metro area.
For information, contact Victor Cole, community engagement coordinator for Academic Internships and Study Abroad programs.
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