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Mic Rohde's Excellent Adventure To Japan Was 'Life Changing'

University of Nebraska at Kearney students traveled halfway across the world to present their research and immerse themselves in Japanese culture.

Nicole Kent of Benkelman, Haley Pierce of West Point, Adrian Gomez-Ramos of Lexington, Mic Rohde of Kimball and Katie Schultis of Diller recently joined UNK political science faculty Satoshi Machida and Chuck Rowling on a six-day trip to Tokyo, where they attended the Asian Undergraduate Research Symposium, explored the historic city and connected with UNK alumni.

It was a "life-changing" experience for Rohde, a senior studying wildlife biology with...