Don WangIn 2007, Haoyang (Don) Wang completed his Online Global MBA with Anaheim University.  Recently we contacted him and asked him about his experience with the program. 

- Can you tell us briefly about your career?

I work in a public Japanese company based in Tokyo and I also have been working in a Shanghai subsidiary for 10 years as a general manager. Our company is a manufacturer in the surface finishing industry.  Our technology is widely used in the PWB, electronics, semiconductor, and automobile industries.

Linh Phung Oral Defense      On March 5, 2017, AU doctoral student Linh Phung successfully defended her Dissertation on Learners’ Engagement in Task Performance.  Two weeks later, she became Dr. Linh Phung, the first graduate of Anaheim University’s Ed.D. in TESOL program.  After her Defense, we interviewed Dr. Phung about her experience with Anaheim University.  

   Akira KurosawaAnaheim University is excited to be accepting applications for the first cohort of students for our Masters of Fine Arts in Digital Filmmaking.  Our first class will be offered on September 18, 2017.

  Akira Kurosawa was the youngest of seven children, born in Tokyo on 23 March 1910. He has said that the first important influence in his life was a teacher called Tachikawa, who was progressive in his emphasis on art education for the young. This was how the young Kurosawa was introduced to art and film. A talented painter, he enrolled in an art school that emphasized Western styles. Around this time he also joined an artists' group with a great enthusiasm for nineteenth-century Russian literature, with Dostoevsky a particular favourite. Another influence was Heigo, one of his brothers, who loved film and worked as a benshi, a film narrator/commentator for foreign silent films. His suicide deeply affected the director's sensibilities.