The Japan Fund Committee is accepting proposals from Stanford faculty and departments or programs for purposes or activities which will support and promote Japanese Studies. Awards typically support faculty research travel or materials, course development, seminars, workshops, conferences, research assistantships, and student fellowships.
The China Fund Committee is accepting proposals from Stanford faculty, departments and programs for purposes or activities which will support and promote Chinese Studies. Awards typically support faculty research travel or materials, course development, library acquisitions, seminars, workshops, conferences and research assistantships.
The Reischauer Scholars Program (RSP) is an online course for high school students sponsored by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI).
The Stanford e-China application is now open at https://spicestanford.smapply.io/prog/stanford_e-china_/. Fall 10-week course dates: September 24 to December 3, 2022 (China Time) Final deadline to apply: September 1, 2022. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Tuition: $4000 USD; Early-bird tuition $3500 USD (student application submitted by July 1, 2022) Follow SPICE on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and join our email list to receive announcements for the next application period. Read this webpage in Chinese. (阅读此网页中文版。
Apply online at https://spicestanford.smapply.io/prog/stanford_e-japan/. Application deadline for Fall 2022 course: August 12, 2022. Follow SPICE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and join our email list. The Stanford University Scholars Program for Japanese High School Students or “Stanford e-Japan” is a distance-learning course sponsored by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) with generous support from the Yanai Tadashi Foundation.
The application period for the Spring 2023 course will open September 5, 2022. Follow SPICE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and join our email list to receive announcements for the next application period. Introduction to Contemporary China The China Scholars Program (CSP) is an interactive, synchronous online course for high school students in the United States—part of Stanford University’s SPICE Program in Pre-Collegiate Global Learning.
The application period for the 2022 institute has closed. SPICE will not offer the East Asia Summer Institute for Middle School Teachers in 2023. We plan to offer it again in 2024. Please check back in spring 2024 for the next application period. Thank you for your understanding. Join our email list and follow SPICE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to receive announcements for the next application period.
The application period for the 2021 institute has closed. Due to funding reductions, we will not offer the East Asia Summer Institute for High School Teachers in 2022. We plan to offer it again in 2023. Please check back in spring 2023 for the next application period. Thank you for your understanding. Join our email list and follow SPICE on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to receive announcements for the next application period.
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University (Shorenstein APARC) and the Asia Health Policy Progtam are inviting applications for the 2019-20 Asia Health Policy Fellowship.
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Fellowship in Health Services Research and Development trains physicians and postdoctoral scholars for leadership positions in health services research, primary care research and education. The program of study is flexible, accommodating a variety of career goals. The primary focus is providing research skills needed for a career in academic medicine.
Stanford Health Policy, through the Department of Health Research and Policy at the Stanford University School of Medicine, offers a PhD program which promises to educate students who will be scholarly leaders in the field of health policy, and will be highly knowledgeable about the theoretical and empirical approaches that can be applied in the development of improvements in health policy and the health care system.
The Stanford Korean Studies Program (KSP) and the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), with support from Hana Financial Group, are offering a very exciting and intensive professional development opportunity for secondary school teachers: The Hana–Stanford Conference on Korea for U.S. Secondary School Teachers.
The John and Jackie Lewis Fund supports University graduate students, predoctoral and postdoctoral students working on matters related to Asia. In particular this fund’s purpose is to help facilitate and support collaborative opportunities between members of FSI and members from institutions located in Asia.
The Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL) at Stanford University invites political, civil society, and business leaders from transitional countries to apply to its tenth annual Draper Hills Summer Fellows Program. The 2014 program will be held from July 20- August 8, 2014, at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
Program Co-Directors: Douglas Owens, MD, MS, Associate Director, Ci2i, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine) and by courtesy, of Health Research and Policy, and Core Faculty Member, Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford University Ranak Trivedi, PhD, Core Investigator, Ci2i, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System, Assistant Professor (Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences), and Affiliate, Center for Health Policy/Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford University...
The Koret Fellowship was established to bring leading professionals in Asia and the United States to Stanford to study Korean affairs. The fellows will conduct their own research on Korean affairs including U.S-Korea relations, with an emphasis on contemporary relations with the broad aim of fostering greater understanding and closer ties between Korea and the United States.
The U.S.-Asia Security Initiative of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), working through the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) Global Policy Internship Program, has established summer internships at various locations in Asia and the United States.