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The 2012 Spring Semester Award and Scholarship Conferral Ceremony

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Jul 6, 2012

On Wednesday, June 27, 2012, the “2012 Spring Semester Award and Scholarship Conferral Ceremony” was held at the APU Convention Hall. Students who produced outstanding results in their academic and extracurricular activities in the AY2012 fall semester were recognized including three recipients of the ANDO Momofuku Award and three recipients of the Scholarship of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund.

APU President KORENAGA Shun began by commending the students’ efforts over the last semester before presenting one of the ANDO Momofuku Award recipients with their certificate. Dean of the College of Asia Pacific Studies, PISHVA Davar, and Dean of the College of International Management, YOKOYAMA Kenji, then congratulated and presented certificates to the recipients from their respective colleges.

Recipients of the Scholarship of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund were presented with their certificate by Dean of the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, PISHVA Davar, who also offered his congratulations and presented the winners of the “Incentive Scholarship & Certificate for Self-motivated Students” and “APU-Club Domestic Students’ Parents Association Self-motivated Student Scholarship”.

Winner of the ANDO Momofuku Award, ISHISHITA Takanori (APM3, Japan), spoke on behalf of the recipients and shared his aspirations for the future, “Regardless of what has occurred in the past or will happen in the future, my aim is to do the very best I can at this moment in time. I am confident that this way will lead me to success”. 

Recipient of the Scholarship of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund, MBEREGO Seth (PhD. Candidate, Zimbabwe), said “This scholarship will be a great support for me as I continue my research into climate change in the Asia Pacific Region. I would like to thank the NIPPON Foundation, Dean PISHVA and Professor SANGA for their support”.

The ANDO Momofuku Award was founded through the generosity of the late Honorary Dr. ANDO Momofuku, founder of the Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd., to encourage and support students who have an outstanding academic record, are of good character, and have played a leading role in various activities.

The Scholarship of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund is a research scholarship currently offered in major universities in approximately 45 countries around the world for graduate students conducting research in the social sciences or humanities subjects. This scholarship aims to support the development of young internationally-minded leaders and has been available at APU since AY2009 for students studying at the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies.

2012 Spring Scholarship Winners

ANDO Momofuku Award
NAKAJIMA Suguru (College of International Management 3, Japan)
ISHISHITA Takanori (College of International Management 3, Japan)
LEE Yeah Rim (College of International Management 2, Korea)

Scholarship of the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund
ALAM Md. Samsul (GSAM, Bangladesh)
MBEREGO Seth (GSAD, Zimbabwe)
LE Thi Vinh Ha (GSAM, Vietnam)

Incentive Scholarship & Certificate for Self-motivated Students
MUSY TONE
Habitat APU
PHAM Le Hong Phuc (College of International Management 4, Vietnam)
Vietnamese Week
Indonesia Week
Women’s Lacrosse Team MARIQUITA
HAJI Aya (Grad Spring 2012, College of Asia Pacific Studies, Japan)
HUSNA Nurrotul (College of Asia Pacific Studies 4, Indonesia)

APU-Club Domestic Students’ Parents Association Self-motivated Students Scholarship
Vietnamese Martial Art
APU-NEST
APU men’s basketball Team Dolphins

Academic Merit Scholarship
PHAN Nguyen Thao Nhi (College of Asia Pacific Studies 4,Vietnam)
FANG Cao (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, China)
ZHU Xiaying (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, China
HUANG Zhongli (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, China)
CHEN Yashu (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, China)
NGUYEN Thanh Hang (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, Vietnam)
KIM Soyeon (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Korea) *as of March, 2012
HOANG Nguyen Bich N. (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Vietnam)
KOJIMA Chika (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
FUJIKAWA Riho (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
KOBAYASHI Saya (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
SATO Hanami (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
ARAI Yuko (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
LEE Young Eun (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Korea)
KATO Moe (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
KIMATA Wakana (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
OKITA Mai (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
HONG Soo Min (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Korea)
PHOTHARAM Nopadol (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Thailand)
KUNO Seishiro (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
LOKNIYOM Chatchai (College of International Management 4, Thailand)
FU Kaixiang (College of International Management 3, China)
XU Yibei (College of International Management 3, China)
NGUYEN Thanh Tu (College of International Management 3, Vietnam)
TINARI Abebe (College of International Management 3, Canada)
LEE Joonjong (College of International Management 3, Korea)
NGUYEN Duy Minh (College of International Management 2, Vietnam)
RATTANAJITDAMRONG Supawee (College of International Management 2, Thailand)

Academic Merit Certificate
KITAHARA Fuyumi (College of Asia Pacific Studies 4, Japan)
GU Pingyuan (College of Asia Pacific Studies 4, China)
HOANG Quynh Chi (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, Vietnam)
SHAO Xingyun (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, China)
VIRIYACHOTE T. (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, Thailand)
MIYAKE Subaru (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, Japan)
OGAWA Tomohiko (College of Asia Pacific Studies 3, Japan)
CHEN Jun (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, China)
DUONG Anh Tu (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Vietnam)
ETO Mamiko (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
RYU Yeomin (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Korea)
MASAGO Toshiya (College of Asia Pacific Studies 2, Japan)
NGUYEN Thi Thanh N. (College of International Management 4, Vietnam)
ZHANG Zhaonan (College of International Management 3, China)
LE Vu My Linh (College of International Management 3, Vietnam)
ONO Satoshi (College of International Management 3, Japan)
LE Nam (College of International Management 3, Vietnam)
ZENG Tao (College of International Management 2, China)
NGUYEN Mai Nhat Anh (College of International Management 2, Vietnam)
ZHOU Mengjia (College of International Management 2, China)
LIN Nan (College of International Management 2, China)
TRAN Thi Ha Phuong (College of International Management 2, Vietnam)
NIIMI Sakura (College of International Management 2, Japan)
LEE Yeah Rim (College of International Management 2, Korea)
NGAMPHAIBOON Hattakarn (College of International Management 2, Thailand)



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