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Shizuoka Daigaku

 Organization

Shizuoka University, established in 1949, is located in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It offers programs in humanities and social sciences, education, informatics, science, engineering, agriculture, science and technology, and law.



As of 2015, Shizuoka University has exchange agreements with 40 other universities in 21 countries, including the University of Nebraska at Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska (UNO), USA. UNO and Shizuoka University became sister schools in 1979, with a statement of affiliation signed by UNO Chancellor Del Weber and Shizuoka University President Ken Maruyama.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Noren from City of Shizuoka, Circa 2018

 Item — Box: 2018-057
Scope and Contents The Japanese noren was received by UNO Senior Vice Chancellor B.J. Reed from the City of Shizuoka at a September 2018 event at UNO hosting Shizuoka University President Kiyoshi Ishii. Noren are a curtain, which can be used at businesses or homes. This noren is a split curtain style and is more typically found in Japanese homes. The noren is navy blue with a red, blue, green, orange, and white floral design. An insert from the original packaging is also available.
Dates: Circa 2018

UNO-Shizuoka Sister University Collection

 Collection — Box: all
Identifier: UNO-0151
Scope and Contents The UNO-Shizuoka Sister University Collection comprises materials related to the partnership between the University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA, and Shizuoka University, Japan. UNO and Shizuoka University became sister schools in 1979, with a statement of affiliation signed by UNO Chancellor Del Weber and Shizuoka University President Ken Maruyama. The cities of Omaha and Shizuka have been sister cities since 1965, with a formal affiliation and pledge of friendship signed by Omaha Sister-City...
Dates: 1975-1985