Stephen Mason

Stephen Mason
Executive Officer
The Duke of Edinburgh Victoria

1) Why did you choose Anaheim University?

The program through the Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute offered a program unlike any I’d seen in Australia, and the program delivery of sequential learning (rather than concurrent) allowed for a deep immersion in the material whilst balancing other work and impact priorities.

2) Can you tell us briefly about your career?

I spent the majority of my 20 year career developing businesses, in finance, retail, manufacturing and education. I run a medium sized not-for-profit and am two years into an impact growth phase. My other roles include strategic development, formation and value proposition design with 5-8 co-ops and social enterprises with a focus on people and the environment, and lecturing and advisory work for several Australian Universities. I feel immensely privileged to be able to spend all of my time in impact areas that I’m passionate about.

3) Why did you choose to earn a Green MBA?

Alternative MBAs do not blend socio-environmental dimensions into their programs in a meaningful way. I feel I have some ability to comment on this, due to my prior role running Australia’s largest provider of information services within Academia. Our sector suffers from ‘old ways’ of thinking, silo mentalities, and a lack of an ability to articulate the value it creates. I was hoping the Green MBA would provide me with additional skills in this area, and wasn’t disappointed.

Anaheim University Ferrotec Akira Yamamura Scholarship

Anaheim University Ferrotec Akira Yamamura Scholarship

 

2 students can earn a full scholarship towards an Anaheim University online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program

Applicants can apply the scholarship to 1 of these 3 online degree programs:

 

Applicants must meet Anaheim University's MBA entrance requirements.

Applicants must express an interest in being considered for future employment by Ferrotec. However, being awarded a scholarship does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made to the scholarship recipient.

Applicants with Heat Transfer, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, International Business / bilingual (English + 1 other language) language skills/experience will be given preferential consideration.

Scholarships will be awarded on a merit basis based on the applicant’s qualifications.

Applicants must maintain standards set forth by the Scholarship Committee and/or the University's administration in order to remain in good standing and continue to receive the scholarship funding throughout the remainder of their program. Scholarship recipients are expected to maintain a minimum of a B average at all times and complete each course with a minimum of a 3.0 grade. Scholarship recipients must also remain continuously enrolled from the commencement of their program through graduation. Skipped term fees are not included in the scholarship and skipped terms are only allowed with special permission from the University's Dean.

 

Lecture & Panel Discussion

 

 

Re-Imagining Kurosawa

Organized by Japan Foundation Los Angeles

Supported by Japan House Los Angeles

Presented by the Anaheim University Akira Kurosawa School of Film

 

 

Date & Time:
Monday, November 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

 

 

Venue:
 JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles, Hollywood and Highland, Level 5
(6801 Hollywood Blvd.,Los Angeles, CA 90028)

*Please take an elevator to level 5. JAPAN HOUSE is located at the southeast corner of Hollywood and Highland on the 5th floor.

 

 

Admission:
FREE (Registration Required)

Click Here to Register

 

 

 

Re-Imagining Kurosawa:

Academy Award winning Filmmaker, Film Producer and Screenwriter Akira Kurosawa (March 23, 1910 - Sept 6, 1998) was one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, who inspired many of the world’s greatest filmmakers such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola. Kurosawa’s ground-breaking masterpieces inspired such classic movies as Star Wars, The Magnificent Seven, and A Fistful of Dollars, to name just a few.

 

In this lecture, Dr. David Desser will help you “Re-Imagine Akira Kurosawa” as he provides you unique insight into Kurosawa and his classic film, High and Low(1963), which was adapted from Ed McBain’s detective novel King’s Ransom.

 

Panel discussion/Q&A session follows the lecture.