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  FUDEUCHI MISA
   Department   Education Development and Learning Support Center
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Education
1. 2011/05~2019/01 〔Doctoral course〕, School of Education, Durham University, Completed, Ed.D.
2. 2007/08~2009/05 〔Master degree program〕, University of Minnesota, Completed, M.A.
3. 1993/04~1998/03 Department of English Language and Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University, Graduated
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2018/04~2021/03 Ritsumeikan University Ritsumeikan International Contracted Lecturer
2. 2012/09~2016/03 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Education Development and Learning Support Center Assistant Professor
3. 2003/05~2007/07 Nagoya University The Education Center for International Students Program for Academic Exchange (NUPACE) Assistant Professor
4. 2002/02~2003/04 The University of Tokyo International Liaison Office, School of Science Part-time Advisor
5. 1998/04~2002/02 PIEE (Program of International Educational Exchange) Program Coordinator
■ Books and theses
1. 2022 Article Creating a Multicultural Collaborative Learning Experience Through Hybrid (HyFlex) Classes: The Case of a Freshman Course at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University The Japan Association for Developmental Education 16,pp.103-114 (Collaboration) 
2. 2020 Article Case report. Supporting students’ extra-curricular activities in university settings: Learnings and challenges based on BBP Ritsumeikan Higher Educational Studies (20),pp.115-135 (Collaboration) 
3. 2014 Article Diversified Global Education at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University The Japan Association for Developmental Education pp.29-36 (Collaboration) 
■ Conference presentations
1. 2019/06 Enhancing the quality of educational practice for students’ learning from intercultural experience: The current state and prospect of training facilitators in international education (The 40th Annual Conference of Intercultural Education Society of Japan)
2. 2019/03/03 Examining the multicultural learning setting of ‘Cross Cultural Encounters’ course: Students’ learning through encounters with others and the significance of using two languages (The 24th FD Forum)
3. 2018/06 Promoting intercultural understanding through study abroad programs: Re-examining the definition of intercultural understanding and possibilities of students’ learning (The 39th Annual Conference of Intercultural Education Society of Japan)
4. 2009/05 Administrative Staff Exchange Programs as an Internationalization Strategy (NAFSA: Association of International Educators)
5. 2009/05 Reentry of Japanese Exchange Students: A Study of Students’ and Faculty’s Perspectives at Their Home Institution (NAFSA: Association of International Educators)
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