Join us for a conversation about elevating the public humanities and Japanese studies at PSU through the power of philanthropy.
Ken Ruoff, history professor and director of PSU's Center for Japanese Studies
Larry Kominz, Japanese professor and artistic director of PSU's Center for Japanese Studies
Doug Etzel, member of the advisory board for PSU's Center for Japanese Studies
Marie Lo, professor and chair of English
Daniel Pollack-Pelzner, visiting scholar in English
Nathan Cogan, professor emeritus of English
Portland State University -- Center for Japanese Studies, Higher Education -- Administration, Philanthropy -- Social aspects, Japanese studies, Kabuki, Community-based learning, Civic engagement, Higher Education -- Social aspects, Portland State University -- Curriculum, Mentoring in education
East Asian Languages and Societies | History | Japanese Studies | Theatre and Performance Studies
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Ruoff, Ken; Kominz, Larry; Etzel, Doug; Lo, Marie; Pollack-Pelzner, Daniel; and Cogan, Nathan, "Partnerships in Philanthropy" (2022). At This Moment Webinar Series. 17.