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Motohiko Umeyama

science educator

Motohiko Umeyama, Japanese science educator. Asia Pacific scholar, State of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1984-1987; Governmental fellow, Netherlands Organization International Cooperative Higher Education, 1989-1990. Member Japan Society Civil Engineers, Oceanographic Society Japan.


Umeyama, Motohiko was born on March 27, 1955 in Hita, Japan. Son of Yoshio and Moto (Okano) University.


Bachelor of Science, Tokyo University Fisheries, 1978. Master of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, University Hawaii, 1989.


With Mitsui Consultant Limited company, Tokyo, 1980-1984. Chief scientist CTI Science Systems Limited company, 1991-1994. Associate professor Tokyo Metropolitan University, since 1994.

Visiting scientist Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 1989-1990. Research assistant University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1987-1988. Chief civil engineer Minister Public Works, Indonesia, 1992-1993.

Assistant manager Office of Prime Minister, Cook Islands, 1993-1994.


People need not just to accept but also to grow in relationship with God. God's grace and love constantly prompts and seeks to transform people, and so they should continually seek and pray to grow in holiness and love.


Christian men and women should pursue positions of public leadership and service within the government at the local, state, and federal levels.


The strongest feature of Baptism is that ordinary people play a major role in the running of the Church.


Member Japan Society Civil Engineers, Oceanographic Society Japan.


  • Other Interests

    Music, painting.


Yoshio University

Moto (Okano) University