Phila-Nipponica Project 2015
The University of Pennsylvania Center for East Asian Studies is pleased to announce that it will offer the Phila-Nipponica Project, the 14th year in a series devoted to preparing educators in schools in the Philadelphia region to convey knowledge and understanding of Japan to their students and colleagues. Nearly two hundred Philadelphia-area educators have enhanced their classroom teaching about Japan through seminars, a summer study-tour, and curriculum development workshops.
In 2015, the Center for East Asian Studies will offer a "graduate" program with a focus on: Teaching about Japan's Religious Culture. Teachers who have previously participated in Phila-Nipponica (or have equivalent experience through the study or travel of Japan), are invited to apply.
We invite you to attend an introductory information session from 4:30 to 6 PM on Thursday, December 4 at the University of Pennsylvania, in Williams Hall Room 844.
Please visit our EventBrite link (https://teachingreligionsofjapan.eventbrite.com) to let us know if you are planning to attend. You are welcome to bring along any teacher you know who might be qualified for the program.
Center for East Asian Studies University of Pennsylvania 642 Williams Hall 255 S. 36th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215.573.4203 Fax: 215.573.2561 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org