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Irene Bryant, MA

  • Instructor, Stanford e-Entrepreneurship Japan
  • Curriculum Writer

Biography

Irene Bryant is the Instructor for the Stanford e-Entrepreneurship Japan course at the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE). 

Prior to joining SPICE, she worked as Assistant Director for Stanford’s US-Asia Technology Management Center (US-ATMC), as well as Program Administrator for the China Program at Stanford’s Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center. She has experience working in human resources, venture capital, as well as in Montessori. She was also a Coordinator for International Relations in Sendai, Japan, on the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.

Irene received a BA in East Asian Languages and Literatures from Smith College, as well as an MA in Japanese Studies from SOAS University of London. A San Francisco native, she has also lived in Taiwan, Japan, and the UK.

In The News

Nahoko Okamoto, Mona Abe, Yamato Obinata, and Scott Watanuki with their instructors
News

SPICE Recognizes Top Students in Stanford e-Entrepreneurship Japan

Congratulations to the summer 2021 and fall 2021 honorees.
SPICE Recognizes Top Students in Stanford e-Entrepreneurship Japan
Dr. Ignacio Ornelas Rodriguez speaks with Salinas students
Blogs

Local High School Students Connect with Stanford Security Experts

High school students from San Jose and Salinas Valley met online with scholars from Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation for the inaugural International Security Symposium.
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CISAC Scholars Martha Crenshaw, Rose Gottemoeller, Norman Naimark, Megan Palmer; photos courtesy CISAC
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Introduction to Issues in International Security

A new video curriculum series is released.
Introduction to Issues in International Security
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