Japanese


Upcoming Events

Information Session: MBA, MSFA, MGEM, MPA, MNA, MSOD

9/23/2014, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Downtown Campus 150 - Classroom

Student Leadership Advisory Board Meeting

9/25/2014, 11:45 AM - 12:30 PM

Malloy Hall 230 - Conference Room

Comparative Literature Culture Event

10/1/2014, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Fromm Hall 120 - Xavier Auditorium

Management Monday

10/6/2014, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

University Center 2nd Floor Tabling Station

Information Session: MBA, MSFA, MGEM, MPA, MNA, MSOD

10/23/2014, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Downtown Campus 150 - Classroom

Tel:415 422 2918
ymccormick@usfca.edu

Yumi Moriguchi-McCormick

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor, received her B.A. in English Literature from Notre Dame Women's College, Kyoto, Japan. She received her Ed.D. in International and Multicultural Education with an emphasis of Second Language Acquisition from the University of San Francisco.

Tel:(415) 422-6227
nagatan@usfca.edu

Noriko Nagata

Professor

Professor, is Director of the Japanese Studies Program. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh, jointly directed by the Laboratory for Computational Linguistics at Carnegie Mellon University. Her general area of research includes natural language processing, Japanese linguistics, second language acquisition, and computer assisted language learning.

Tel:415 422 2918
otomi@usfca.edu

Yoko Otomi

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor, (M.A., San Francisco State University). Area of Specialization: Japanese language pedagogy, teaching of Japanese as a second language.

Tel:(415) 422-6080
roddys@usfca.edu

Stephen Roddy

Associate Professor

Associate Professor of Modern and Classical Languages, received his Ph.D. in East Asian Studies from Princeton University, and specializes in the fiction and other prose genres of 18th and 19th century China and Japan.

Tel:(415) 422-6591
sudak@usfca.edu

Kyoko Suda

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, is director of Asian Languages Program, received her BA in History from Keio University in Tokyo, Japan. She received her first MA in teaching English as a Second Language, and her second MA in teaching Japanese as a Second Language from San Francisco State University. Dr. Suda received her Doctorate in Education at the University of San Francisco in December of 2003.

Tel:
takamatsu@usfca.edu

Nobuko Takamatsu

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor, received her B.A. in English Literature from Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan and (M.A., San Francisco State University).  Area of Specialization: Japanese language pedagogy, teaching of Japanese as a second language.