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MONTE DRAPER | BEMIDJI PIONEER Four Institutional researchers from different universities in Japan have been meeting with Bemidji State University officials this week to exchange knowledge on research and data-compilation. Pictured, from left, are BSU Research Analyst Intermediate Koji Fujiwara as he explains institutional research trends to Shigeru Asano, Kenichi Ohno, Toshiyuki Shimada and Takuo Kominato.

From Far East to the Far North: Japanese educators visit to learn BSU methods

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BEMIDJI -- Employees of four Japanese higher education institutions this week have been meeting with staff at Bemidji State University to exchange knowledge with one another.

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BSU hosted the Japanese guests -- all associate professors at their respective schools -- as they sought information from BSU staff on how American universities conduct their institutional research.

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