The Beauty and Culture of Japan [F-23-5]
|Location:||SUNY: Kellas 102|
|Classes:||1 Session 1.5 hours|
|Dates:||Thu 3:30 PM 10/26|
While wearing a kimono, Dana will provide interesting items, photos, & information about the beauty & culture (with its secrets) of Japan. This country has many castles, temples, cities, colleges, hot springs, bamboo forests, Kabuki actors & sumo wrestlers. It also offers delicious food, entertainment, tea ceremonies, a display of the famous Mt. Fuji, & more.
Dana Barry works part-time at SUNY Canton and is a Research Professor in the Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Clarkson Univ. She has 2 different M.S. degrees and 3 doctoral degrees including a Ph.D. in Engineering from Osaka University in Japan. She visited Japan 13 times and has her name on the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa-2, the first one in the world to land on an asteroid. Dr. Barry has many awards and co-authored numerous academic papers and books published in both English and Japanese. She often served as a Visiting Professor overseas. Her talk about Research & Women (Feb 23) was live streamed from Oyama College in Japan to 51 KOSEN colleges throughout the country.