The photo above shows H. William Tanaka (left) and Ambassador Marshall Green (right), both past presidents of the Japan-America Society of Washington DC.
In 2014 JASW established the Tanaka and Green Academic Scholarships to support short-term academic study (one semester or one academic year) at colleges and universities in Japan. The scholarships are made possible thanks to the Society’s H. William and Lily Tanaka Scholarship Endowment and the Marshal and Lispenard Green Educational Endowment.
JASWDC intends to award up to five scholarships of either $4,000 (one semester) or $5,000 (one academic year) for the 2016-2017 academic year. The scholarship may be used for any combination of tuition and other academic fees, room and board, travel and transportation (including internal Japan travel), and other approved expenses.
To view scholarship requirements and procedures for the 2016-2017 school year, including a link to the online application, please click here for a PDF.
Any questions about the JASW Tanaka and Green Scholarships Program should be submitted in writing to JASW at email@example.com for response by the Scholarship Committee. Please do not call.
Recipients of 2016-2017
The Japan-America Society of Washington DC is pleased to announce the following recipients of the Tanaka and Green Academic Scholarship for the 2016-2017 school year.
Crystal Brooks- Shepherd University
Akita International University
Emily Howard- The George Washington University
Elizabeth Thorne- American Univeristy
Amy Wei- Johns Hopkins University
University of Tokyo
Kevin Yuan- Georgetown University
Recipients of 2015-2016
The study abroad reports written by the recipients of the Tanaka and Green Academic Scholarship for the 2015-2016 school year can be viewed by clicking the links below.
Phoebe Bui- George Washington University (report)
Amanda Buker- University of Maryland (report)
Emily Markley- University of West Florida (report)
Kansai Gaidai University
Mia Saidel- American University (report)
Frank Pallone- Kenyon College (report)
Kima Sluchansky- University of Hawaii at Manoa (report)