Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) will hold an online press event on September 29 to introduce its new dean, Matthew (Matt) Wilson, who joined TUJ on September 14. He was the former president of Missouri Western University in the United States. We welcome anyone interested, especially in the media and the education communities to sign up for the session.
- Date and Time:
- Tuesday, September 29 10:00-11:10
- Online Press Event – Meet the New Dean, former university president Matthew Wilson
- Presentation on
“COVID-19 and Colleges – What is the Impact on Higher Education and Students”
- with Special Guest Speaker Showa Women’s University Chancellor Mariko Bando
- Registration Form
- (*Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.)
Established in 1982 in Tokyo, TUJ was designated as the first “Foreign University, Japan Campus” in 2005. TUJ has a diverse student body with approximately 40 % Japanese, 40% Americans, and 20% from other countries.
TUJ marked a record high summer enrollment in 2020 despite COVID-19
Despite the global pandemic, TUJ marked a record high 1,002 undergraduate students for the summer semester (May-August 2020). TUJ navigated a smooth transition to online classes, offered TUJ special scholarships and other financial support, and provided assistance to non-Japanese students who stayed in Japan instead of returning to their home countries. Classes became fully online in March, which also accommodated those students who had to go back to their countries to continue studying.
With a phased opening of the campus, TUJ has resumed around 20% of of its classes in a face-to-face format for the fall semester, which started from August 31. Other classes continue to be held online. TUJ will adopt necessary measures in response to changes in the pandemic situation.