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Dr. Ignacio Ornelas Rodriguez organizes a lowrider festival at Willow Glen High School in San Jose, California.

Undergraduate student Snow Gai reflects on her experience participating in the SPICE/Stanford–Waseda intensive course.

Undergraduate student Ninjin Oyun-Erdene reflects on her experience participating in the SPICE/Stanford–Waseda joint course.

Making connections between program achievements and students’ personal aspirations

Blogs

Instructor Mia Kimura reflects on students of this year’s Stanford e-Hiroshima course.

The free virtual institute will run June 24–27 and is open to all grade 5–8 teachers in California. Participants can earn a professional stipend and three units from Stanford Continuing Studies.

Applications are now being accepted for the spring 2024 session. Interested high school students in Japan should apply by March 15, 2024.

University of the Sacred Heart in Japan and Stanford University alumna serves as a bridge to students and scholars in Japan and other parts of the world.

Blogs

SPICE alum Alexandra Arguello reflects on her educational journey from Salinas, California, to Harvard University and on discovering her passion for international relations.

Cultivating international mindedness and perspectives to navigate an increasingly globalizing world.

Stanford e-China Advisor helps shape U.S.–China collaborative programs.