CSUEB President Morishita visits with Japanese exchange students from Sado High School.
Japanese students visit CSUEB as part of high school exchange program
- April 4, 2013 2:45pm
Cal State East Bay welcomed five Japanese students to campus on March 20 to 22 as part of a two-week exchange program between Hayward High School and Sado High School. Aside from attending classes at Hayward High, students visited CSUEB and other universities in the area like UC Berkeley and Stanford University, in addition to touring San Francisco and spending a day at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo. During their visit to CSUEB, students participated in English classes with CSUEB American Language Program (ALP) instructor Sam Adamos and even met President Morishita during a visit to the CSUEB president’s office.
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