The application period for the Fall 2018 course has ended.Follow SPICE on Facebook or Twitter or join our email list to receive announcements for the next application period. Introduction to Contemporary ChinaThe 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.
/*-->*/ Visiting Scholars ProgramEngage in Research and Writing at Shorenstein APARCShorenstein APARC welcomes qualified individuals who wish to dedicate time to research and writing relevant to the Center’s long-term interests. Visiting scholars are expected to provide their own means of support.Selection CriteriaThe program is open to senior scholars and practitioners with a PhD or a substantial record of professional achievement and a well-developed research or writing agenda.
The Lee Kong Chian NUS-Stanford Initiative on Southeast Asia, founded in 2007, established a Visiting Fellowship on Southeast Asia to help advance scholarly and policy-relevant consideration of this region.
The Fisher Family CDDRL Honors Program provides the opportunity for undergraduate students at Stanford to earn honors in democracy, development and rule of law. We seek a diverse group of undergraduate majors from the social sciences and humanities, as well as from human biology, computer science, engineering, and earth sciences.
The Europe Center Summer 2018 internship opportunities.https://sgs.stanford.edu/global-studies-internship-program/opportunities?field_s_opp_location_tid_selective=161&field_s_opp_city_cities_tid=&combine=ALDE%2C+Bruegel%2C+Carnegie%2C+CEPS
The Center welcomes applications from pre-doctoral students at the write-up stage and from post-doctoral scholars working in any of the four program areas of democracy, development, and rule of law. Applicants working at the intersection of two or more of these issue areas will receive preferential consideration.
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University is pleased to announce its search for two 2018-19 Shorenstein Postdoctoral Fellows in Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies. Made possible through the generosity of Walter H. Shorenstein, awards will be made to two junior scholars (recent PhDs must have degree conferral and approval by July 31, 2018) for research and writing on Asia.
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 U.S.-Asia Security Initiative of the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), working through the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Global Policy Internship Program, has established summer internships at The Asia Foundation in Jakarta, Indonesia and in Washington, D.C. The FSI Global Policy Internship Program offers students an opportunity to engage in the international policy world through an off-campus internship.The Asia Foundation (TAF) is a nonprofit international development organization committed to improving lives across developing Asia.
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University (Shorenstein APARC) and the Asia Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policy (APO) are pleased to announce their collaborative Developing Asia Health Policy Fellowship.
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 Stanford Center at Peking University (SCPKU) is offering Stanford doctoral students grants and SCPKU office space. The program is open to doctoral students in all fields, disciplines, and schools. Aside from promoting cutting edge research, a key goal of the program is to enrich Stanford students’ networks by increasing opportunities that will lead to new, long-term research programs and collaborations in China, regardless of field of specialization. The program is geared toward students who will be based primarily at SCPKU.
For Stanford faculty (members of the Academic Council, Medical Center Line faculty, and Active Emeriti) engaged in research in China or who want to explore new collaborations. Open to all fields, disciplines, and schools.
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 fund will support research of up to $1,000 by graduate students and predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows working on matters related to Asia. The preferred use is to support travel to Asia for research, conference attendance, or other purposes that will advance policy-relevant scholarship by the graduate student or fellow.