An Outstanding Overseas Opportunity

A year ago, Noah Lively spent a semester at Doshisha University, located in Kyoto, Japan, through a study abroad experience. That program offers University of Missouri students an opportunity to improve their Japanese skills, attend lectures on Japanese and international studies, and take part in interdisciplinary courses designed to foster a better understanding of Japan in a global context.

A senior international studies (east Asian studies) and physics double major at MU, Lively said the experience was an incredible one, and he has been hoping to return to Japan since stepping back on American soil.

Through the Princeton in Asia Fellowship, Lively will be able to do just that. The Princeton in Asia Fellowship places recent graduates in work fellowships in one of 10 countries and regions across Asia.