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Teruki Uemura

Teruki Uemura, Japanese child brain developmentalist. Recipient Brazilian Gold medal of Humanities, World Organization for Human Potential, 1984, 88, Sakura Koro Sho award, 1986, Leonardo da Vinci award, 1993, Founder's award International Academy Child Brain Development, 1998.

Background

  • Uemura, Teruki was born on March 25, 1944 in Tokyo. Came to the United States, 1973. Son of Kiichi and Teru (Koizumi) University.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Keio University, Tokyo, 1967. Diploma in business administrator, Keio University, Tokyo, 1972. Master Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1975.

      Postgraduate, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1981.

    Career

    • Member staff Aichi Steel Works, Ltd., Nagoya, Japan, 1967-1981. Coordinator Institutes for Achievement Human Potential, Philadelphia, since 1984. Vice director intellectual growth at The Children's Center The Children's Center, 1984-1991.

      Vice director The Children's Center Institutes for Achievement Human Potential, 2001. Vice director Institutes Achievement of Intellectual Excellence, since 1994. Research assistant Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972-1974, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1979-1981.

      Translator United States State Department, Washington, since 1980.

    Membership

    Program coordinator Council International Visitors, Philadelphia, 1978-1981. Fellow International Academy Child Brain Development. Member Friends of Japanese House and Garden (board directors), Japan American Society Greater Philadelphia.

    Personality

    Interests

    Reading, tennis, travel, history, science.

    Connections

    • father: Kiichi University
    • mother: Teru (Koizumi) University
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    Born March 25, 1944
    (age 73)
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