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Annual Treasure Valley High School Japanese Speech Contest Held in Meridian

Tetsuya Ehara Lecturer Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences The annual Treasure Valley High School Japanese Speech Contest was held on April 20 at Centennial High School in Meridian. The event, which was organized by Tetsuya Ehara and … (Read More) Annual Treasure Valley High School Japanese Speech Contest Held in Meridian

Grad Accepted to Prestigious JET Program in Japan

By Becca Burke Alex Jones earned a bachelor’s degree in English with a teaching emphasis and a minor in Japanese from Boise State this spring, and since graduation he has been busy preparing to travel to Japan and begin a … (Read More) Grad Accepted to Prestigious JET Program in Japan

20th Annual Treasure Valley High School Japanese Speech Contest held at Boise State

The event took place, April 13th, 2016, in Boise State’s Student Union Building. More than 50 students from around the Treasure Valley participated. Sponsored organizations: – Consular office of Japan in Portland, Oregon – Delta Airlines – BSU Japan Club – … (Read More) 20th Annual Treasure Valley High School Japanese Speech Contest held at Boise State

Tetsuya Ehara Quoted in Idaho Statesman Story

Tetsuya Ehara Lecturer of Japanese Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Tetsuya Ehara was quoted in an Idaho Statesman story about football player Holden Huff’s recent trip to Japan. Huff, who is studying the Japanese language, visited … (Read More) Tetsuya Ehara Quoted in Idaho Statesman Story

Japanese Speech Contest- April 21st

The Japan Club of Boise State will be hosting a High School Japanese Speech Contest on the night of April 21st in the SUB. The contest will be held from 5:30-9:00 in the Forum Room and Hatch C. Students from High Schools around the … (Read More) Japanese Speech Contest- April 21st

Japan Club Gifts 1,000 Paper Cranes to Ronald McDonald House

  Over the past year, the club has been working to make 1,000 paper cranes. This is a traditional endeavor that became famous after the bombing of Hiroshima. The cranes signify peace, prosperity and good health, and it is their goal to … (Read More) Japan Club Gifts 1,000 Paper Cranes to Ronald McDonald House

Chinese and Japanese Offered Online

Students interested in learning elementary Japanese or Chinese have the option to take classes from home or on the go thanks to online course offerings from the Department of World Languages. These latest courses raise the number of online language … (Read More) Chinese and Japanese Offered Online

Blue Turf in Japan Presentation

Blue turf in Japan? You bet! Watch our presentation the partnership between Boise State University and Hosei University below: (Read More) Blue Turf in Japan Presentation

A World of Language Study Available Online

Students interested in learning elementary Japanese or Chinese now have the option to take classes from home or on the go thanks to online course offerings from the Department of World Languages. These latest courses raise the number of online … (Read More) A World of Language Study Available Online

State Certified Court Interpreter Training

The statewide training for court interpreters (ALL LANGUAGES) starts in April. It is a once a year deal. There is a session in Boise, and one in Pocatello (ISU campus). See the following link for more information and registration form. http://www.isc.idaho.gov/court-interpreter/certification-training (Read More) State Certified Court Interpreter Training