CBS "Sunday Morning" features UC Japanese-American honorary degrees

A story about the University of California’s honorary degree program, which recognizes UC students who were interned during World War II due to their Japanese heritage, ran on the December 13 CBS News broadcast “Sunday Morning” with Charles Osgood. As the first public university in California to provide such degrees, UCSF honored 68 former students in a ceremony on December 4. The CBS story focuses on Aiko “Grace” Obata Amemiya, who received her degree from the UCSF School of Nursing, and mentions Setsuo “Ernest” Torigoe and Edith Oto. Additional coverage in regional media is available in the link below.

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5974819n&tag=cbsnewsVideoArea.0

http://news.ucsf.edu/media-coverage/details/ucsf-honorary-degree-ceremony-covered-in-regional-media/

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