- Degree (Awarding Institution)
- Ph.D. in Education (Michigan State University)
- 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.