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In order to coordinate its many activities concerning Japan, Earlham created the Institute for Education on Japan (IEJ) in 1986. The Institute is responsible for all Japan-related outreach activities conducted by the College. In addition, IEJ plays a key role in both marketing and fundraising, and is charged with primary responsibility for the maintenance of Earlham's close relationship with Japanese educational and governmental institutions.

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