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CMS / Cool Japan Colloquium – Dave Thompkins on Vocoder

YOU ARE INVITED to a talk and discussion with Dave Tompkins, author of a new book that explores the intersections of music, technology, militarism and the magic of the unreal voice.   This event is part of the Comparative Media Studies colloquium series, and is co-sponsored by MIT Cool Japan and the MIT Writing Program.  There will […]

May 2012 Elections now open!

NEJETAA elections are now open for Vice President, Treasurer, and Social Chair. Please cast your votes ONLINE here on our website: by 6pm Wednesday May 16th.The voting section will appear on the right side of the page after you login with your username and password. If you would like to write-in a candidate please email it to Christina at webmaster at […]

Opening reception for NEJETAA photo show, Michio Ihara art sculptures at Logan

Update: pictures from the reception can be found on our Facebook page here.    Great news!  There will be an Opening Reception for the NEJETAA photography exhibit—I hope that you can all come.   Monday, May 21, 6:00-8:00pm Logan Airport Terminal E, Lower (Arrival) Level   We need rsvp’s for the catering headcount (hors d’oeuvres and […]

MEXT Scholarship applications now available: Due June 8

This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who would like to return to Japan as a graduate student. Applications are now available for the 2013 Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Research Student Scholarship.  The MEXT Research Student award allows those who have completed a Bachelor’s degree to study as research or graduate students at Japanese universities. MEXT Scholarship […]

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