Open to faculty and academic staff from any California community college.
Fellowship Period: August 2018 - May 2019
This competitive fellowship program will bring together 10 community college faculty and academic staff to work collaboratively with colleagues at Stanford for one academic year on projects aimed at internationalizing course curricula and producing innovative curricular materials for use in community college classrooms. Fellows represent a broad disciplinary cross-section, including the humanities, social sciences, mathematics and hard sciences.
Professional Development Workshops
Open to faculty from any California community college.
The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), in partnership with EPIC, is offering exciting professional development opportunities for all California community college instructors. Meeting together to attend a seminar with a Stanford professor, receive curricular material and discuss pedagogy, these workshops help community college instructors internationalize their courses.
Annual Community College Symposium
Each year, community college faculty and administrators from across California gather at Stanford to discuss ways to prepare students for a world that is increasingly interconnected. This full-day symposium explores the challenges and opportunities of developing global studies at community colleges, and includes workshops, networking opportunities and presentations by Stanford faculty and community college professors who have collaborated with Stanford University partners to integrate international topics into their curricula.