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Isa Silva and his family

The Silva Family’s Bracero Legacy and Stanford University: Abuelito and Abuelita’s Journey

Blogs / February 16, 2021
Isa Silva, grandson of a bracero from Jalisco, will enter Stanford next fall as a recruit for the Stanford Men’s Basketball team.
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Journey into the World of Entrepreneurship: Stanford e-Hiroshima Guest Speakers, Risa Ishii and Takaho Iwasaki

Blogs / February 9, 2021
Stanford e-Hiroshima is an online course for high school students in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, that is sponsored by the Hiroshima Prefectural Government.
Kimi Takagi with students

Kimi Takagi, A Trailblazer for Women’s Education in Modern Japan

Blogs / February 2, 2021
SPICE's newest online course, Stanford e-Eiri, seeks to continue her vision “to educate women to become trusted and productive members of the society.”
Sumire Hirotsuru performing in Tokyo; photo courtesy Sumire Hirotsuru

Giving Back to One’s Hometown: Stanford e-Oita Guest Speaker, Sumire Hirotsuru

Blogs / January 26, 2021
The accomplished young violinist, who was born and raised in Oita Prefecture, encouraged students to think about their strengths and emphasized the importance of balancing academics and...
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What Does It Mean to Be an American?: Reflections from Students (Part 2)

Blogs / January 19, 2021
Reflections of eight students on the website "What Does It Mean to Be an American?"
Tokyo’s Shin Okubo neighborhood, known for its Korea Town

Global Human Rights and Minority Social Movements in Japan: A Webinar by Professor Kiyoteru Tsutsui

Blogs / January 12, 2021
Tsutsui introduced the audience to three minority groups in Japan—the Ainu, resident Koreans (Zainichi), and the Burakumin—and illustrated how human rights have galvanized minority social movements...
Encina Hall with SPICE logo

SPICE Launches Stanford e-China

Blogs / December 15, 2020
SPICE's newest online course introduces Chinese high school students to the fields of green tech, fintech, health tech, and artificial intelligence.
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What Does It Mean to Be an American?: Reflections from Students

Blogs / December 8, 2020
Reflections of eight students on the website "What Does It Mean to Be an American?"
John Roos

Ambassador John Roos and the Importance of Student-to-Student Exchange

Blogs / December 1, 2020
Just over ten years after becoming the first U.S. ambassador to Japan to participate in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony in 2010, Ambassador John Roos spoke about his experiences with 26 high...
Koki Mashita at Webb School of California; photo courtesy Koki Mashita

The Reischauer Scholars Program: The Inspiration to Start an Investment Firm

Blogs / November 24, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Koki Mashita, an alumnus of the Reischauer Scholars Program.
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Stanford e-Japan: A Turning Point in My Life

Blogs / November 17, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Hikaru Suzuki, a 2015 alumna and honoree of the Stanford e-Japan Program, which is currently accepting applications for Spring 2021.
Valerie Wu at Stanford University, August 10, 2018

China Scholars Program Instructor Dr. Tanya Lee Interviewed by US-China Today

Blogs / November 10, 2020
Lee shares her experience teaching the CSP and discusses an upcoming cross-cultural collaboration between American and Chinese high school students.
Rose Adams with the International Affairs Division, Hiroshima Prefectural Government

Chasing Curiosity

Blogs / November 3, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Rose Adams, an alumna of the Reischauer Scholars Program
Stanford e-Eiri students and Eiri staff

Empowering Girls to Think Globally

Blogs / October 27, 2020
In 1908, Kimi Takagi established Takagi Girls’ High School, now renamed Yokohama Eiri Girls’ High School.
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Collegiality and the 2020–21 EPIC Fellows

News / October 20, 2020
On August 13 and 14, 2020, Stanford Global Studies welcomed 12 new Education Partnership for Internationalizing Curriculum (EPIC) Fellowship Program community college instructors as members of its...
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Angel Island Immigration Station: The Hidden History

Blogs / October 13, 2020
On September 2, 2020, over 160 educators from across the United States joined a webinar titled “Angel Island Immigration Station: The Hidden History.”
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Stanford e-Japan: A Gate for Learning about the United States and a Mirror for Reflection on Japan

Blogs / October 6, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Shintaro Aoi, an alumnus of the Stanford e-Japan Program.
Stanford/SPICE East Asia Seminars for Teachers in Hawaii

Announcing the Stanford/SPICE East Asia Seminars for Teachers in Hawaii

News / October 2, 2020
The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), with generous support from the Freeman Foundation, is proud to announce the launch of a new teacher professional...
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What Does It Mean to Be an American?: A Web-based Curriculum Toolkit

Blogs / September 29, 2020
“What Does It Mean to Be an American?” is a free educational web-based curriculum toolkit for high school and college students that examines what it means to be an American developed by the Mineta...
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SPICE’s Inaugural Online Course on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Healing During a Pandemic

Blogs / September 21, 2020
SPICE concludes its first offering of Stanford e-Entrepreneurship, aimed at training young social entrepreneurs in Japan.
High school student with a diploma standing in front of a banner

My Experience with the Sejong Korea Scholars Program in the Midst of a Global Pandemic

Blogs / September 15, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Jason Lu, an alumnus of the Sejong Korea Scholars Program, which is currently accepting applications for the 2021 course.
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Applications Now Open for Spring 2021: Stanford Online Courses for High School Students on China, Korea, and Japan

News / September 14, 2020
Applications opened last week for the China Scholars Program (CSP), Sejong Korea Scholars Program (SKSP), and Reischauer Scholars Program (RSP) on Japan—three intensive online courses offered by...
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Coming Full Circle: The Sejong Korea Scholars Program and Stanford

Blogs / September 8, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Sandi Khine, an alumna of the Reischauer Scholars Program and the Sejong Korea Scholars Program, which are currently accepting applications for the...
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China Scholars Program: East Asia Through a STEM Lens

Blogs / September 1, 2020
The following reflection is a guest post written by Mallika Pajjuri, an alumna of the China Scholars Program and the Reischauer Scholars Program. She is now a student at MIT.
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Training for the Olympics During COVID-19

Blogs / August 25, 2020
For episode 4 of the CoviDB Speaker Series, TeachAids Founder and CEO Dr. Piya Sorcar provides a glimpse into how the pandemic has impacted the lives of two of the world’s greatest athletes.

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