Through March 20, 2015, learn about LMU students' experience with a unique exchange program between the U.S. and Japan in an exhibition on the third floor of the library.
The Tomodachi Inouye Scholars program honors the late U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii, who believed that the relationship between the United States and Japan was the most important bilateral relationship in the world.
Through diverse cultural and community activities, the program aims to broaden the perspectives of international leaders who will carry the future of U.S.-Japan relations. Generously supported by the Government of Japan’s KAKEHASHI Project, administered by the Japan Foundation and the US Japan Council, the program is unique in that participants from Japan learn about Japanese Americans, their history in the United States, and examples of their leadership in the legacy of Senator Inouye.
Exhibition produced by LMU Ethnic and Intercultural Services.