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Students Give High Marks to First U.S.-Japan Glass Science School

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Kazuyuki Hirao of Kyoto University and Walter Kob of Universite Montpellier II (top row) meet over dinner at the Winter School with (bottom row, l-r) Carlo Pantano and graduate students Robert Schaut of Penn State University and Miki Tahara of Kyoto University.

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Students at the Winter School took a field trip to Kyoto's Kinkakuji Temple.

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Photo of students  Katherine Burgess and Sakiko Goto sharing a light moment..

Students Katherine Burgess of Brown University and Sakiko Goto of Kyoto University share a light moment.

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Laura VanCott, a student at Alfred University, tries her hand at a Japanese flute.

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Himanshu Jain, director of Lehigh's International Materials Institute (IMI), lectures at the Winter School.

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Lehigh University graduate student Donghui Zhao.

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