Administrator Profiles

Administrator Profiles

Vice President for Academic Affairs

MORIMOTO, Anri

Dr. Morimoto received a B.A. from ICU, Th.M. from Tokyo Union Theological Seminary, and Ph.D. in systematic theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. He joined the ICU faculty Humanities Division as associate professor in 1997. After serving as a professor, he was appointed Vice President for Academic Affairs in 2012. He also serves as the Japan Society of Christian Studies and the Japanese Association for American Studies.

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

MORI, Katsuhiko

Dr. Mori received a B.A. in arts and sciences from Yokohama City University in 1983, an M.A. in international relations from the International University of Japan in 1987, and a Ph.D. in political science from Carleton University in 1994. He began at ICU in 2004 as associate professor, and worked as Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Director of the Admissions Center. Mori has been serving as CLA Dean since April 2017. His research and teaching interests include international relations and global governance.

Dean of the Graduate School

KAIZOJI, Taisei

Dr. Kaizoji graduated from Waseda University's School of Commerce and received his PhD from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He also earned units at The University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Economics. Dr. Kaizoji began working at International Christian University as Assistant Professor in 1994, becoming Professor in 2015 and Dean of the Graduate School in 2016. During this period, he was Visiting Professor at University of Kiel and ETH Zurich. A council member of the Society for Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents, Dr. Kaizoji specializes in macroeconomics, monetary economics, the economic bubble, and the burst of the economic bubble.

Dean of Students

NUNOSHIBA, Tatsuo

Dr. Nunoshiba received B.A. and Sci.M. from Doshisha University, and Ph.D. in medical science from Kyoto University. He worked in Harvard School of Public Health as a postdoctoral research fellow, and in Tohoku University Graduate School of Life Science as an associate professor. He then joined the ICU faculty as professor in 2009, and was appointed Dean of Student in 2012. His major is microbial genetics and genetic toxicology. He also serves as a trustee and a councilor of the Japanese Environmental Mutagen Society; and a member of secretaries and a vice chair of the Expert Committee in Pesticides, the Food Safety Commission in Japan. He is certified as a GAKUSEISHIENSHI (Student Advisor) from the Japanese Association of Student Counseling.

Director, Library

ALBERG, Jeremiah L.

Dr. Alberg did both undergraduate and graduate work in philosophy at St. Louis University in the US. He then studied theology at Sophia University, Tokyo. He did his Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Munich. Since 2009 he has been professor of philosophy and religion at ICU. He is also the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and in charge of the Faculty Development Office. His research focusses on Immanuel Kant.

Director, University Secretariat

HATAKEYAMA, Tamami

Ms. Hatakeyama received a B.A. from Aoyama Gakuin University, M.A. in library and information science from Keio University. After serving as the acting director of library at ICU for 8 years, she was appointed the director in 2014. Since October 2016, she holds the post of Director, University Secretariat.

Director, School Juridical Person Secretariat

SATO, Masaaki

Mr. Sato received a B.A. in Education from Waseda University and an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from J. F. Oberlin University. Since 2013, he has served as Director of the General Affairs Division. From April 2015, Mr. Sato holds the post of Director, School Juridical Person Secretariat. He concurrently serves as President of ICU Service, Co. Ltd.

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