Undergraduate: English for Economics, Japanese E-2 (For foreign Students)
Graduate: Readings on Organizational Behaviors (For foreign Students)
Membership of Professional Organizations
Comparative and International Education Society
Main field of Research and Instruction
Topic(s) of Research in Progress
“Cross-Cultural Learning of Japanese Married Women Who Lived in the United States”, Ph.D. Dissertation, Educational Administration Department Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, Dec.,1999.
“A Japanese Saturday School”，MA thesis, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, April,1994.
“Theoretical Framework of Cross-Cultural Comparison: Reexamination of Studies on Japanese Communication Patterns”, MA thesis, Department of Communication, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, June, 1988.
“Frustrated Japanese Women: Their Resistance to Slow Social Change”, Midwest Popular Culture/American Culture Association Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio, October, 1991.
“Turning the Tables: Japanese Expatriate Schools in U. S. Host National Settings”, Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Anaheim, California, March, 1990.
“Asian Brides for Japanese Farmers”, Popular Culture Association, St. Lois, Missouri, 1989.