On Tuesday, June 28th, the award ceremony for the Morita Fund Scholarship was held. On behalf of 80 Undergraduate students and four Junior College students, Taichi Seki, 4th-year student of the Department of British and American Studies, and Miyu Takemoto, 2nd-year student of the Department of English Studies for Careers, each received the award certificate.
The Morita Fund Scholarship is awarded to students who show exceptional academic performance and who are acknowledged as role models for other students. The Chair of the Board of Governors congratulated the award recipients as follows: “The world is currently in a rather severe situation, and now more than ever is the time for you to focus on your future and lead a productive student life. I hope that each one of you will grow into successful members of society in the years to come. Please use the scholarship to pave the path of your own life.”
To which Momoka Kirihata, 4th-year student of the Faculty of Global Engagement's Department of Global Studies, showed appreciation, saying, “While I am aware of world events, I would like to pursue my studies with gratitude and become someone who can apply our school motto in the real world.”