Student Achievement

In Spring 2016 , the first-year level and the second-year level students from Japanese Language Program participated in National Japanese Exam.

The National Japanese Exam (NJE) is an online, proficiency-oriented, standards-based and culture-related assessment tool for middle school (junior high), high school, and college students who are studying Japanese as a second language. It was developed by AATJ (American Association of Teachers of Japanese) as a way for such students to test their Japanese skills and participate in a nation-wide exam with awards for high achievement (text taken directly from http://www.aatj.org/nje).

We’d like to highlight the success of the students who took NJE this spring:

“GOLD” Award Recipients:

1.  Ms. Christine Fu (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

2. Ms. Barbara Chen (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

3.  Mr.  Xiaoxin Tang (NJE College Regular: Level 2)

“SILVER” Award Recipients:

1.  Ms. Tiffany Wong (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

2. Ms.  Wesley Chow (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

“BRONZE” Award Recipients:

1.  Ms. Vivian Jair (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

2. Ms.  Kaitlyn Ugoretz (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

“HONORABLE MENTION” Award Recipients:

1.  Mr. Julian Roessler (NJE College Regular: Level 3)

2. Ms.  Ivy Tse (NJE College Regular: Level 2)

3.  Mr. Roger Lee (NJE College Regular: Level 2)

4. Ms.  Janis Ripoll (NJE College Regular: Level 2)

5. Mr. John Evans (NJE College Regular: Level 2)
 
 

Congratulations to You All!!!

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NATIONAL JAPANESE EXAM 2014

In Spring 2014 , the first-year level and the second-year level students from Japanese Language Program participated in National Japanese Exam.

The National Japanese Exam (NJE) is an online, proficiency-oriented, standards-based and culture-related assessment tool for middle school (junior high), high school, and college students who are studying Japanese as a second language. It was developed by AATJ (American Association of Teachers of Japanese) as a way for such students to test their Japanese skills and participate in a nation-wide exam with awards for high achievement (text taken directly from http://www.aatj.org/nje).

We’d like to highlight the success of the students who took NJE last spring:

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1.  Ms. Camille Yuki Knapp: ranked #1 nationwide and received “GOLD” medal/certificate from AATJ.

(took NJE Level 3- 2nd year Japanese language student)

 

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2.  Ms. Tanya Datta: ranked #1 nationwide and received “GOLD” medal/certificate from AATJ.

(took NJE Level 3- 2nd year Japanese language student)

 

 

 

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3. Mr. Samuel Miner:

received “BRONZE” Level Certificate (70-79 Percentile).

(took NJE Level 2- 1st year Japanese language student)

 

 

 

Big Congratulations!!! We are very proud of your achievement!!!

(Photos taken @ Award Ceremony in conjunction with PANEL ON STUDENT CAREER AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN JAPAN on Friday, October 17th, 2014)