The Asian Liver Center at Stanford University is the first non-profit organization in the United States that addresses the high incidence of hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asians and Asian Americans. Founded in 1996, the center uses a three-pronged approach towards fighting hepatitis B through outreach and education, advocacy, and research.
The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) provides Stanford undergraduate students with the opportunity to study abroad for up to one academic quarter. Bing's Beijing Program enrolls students in both Fall and Spring quarters. To ensure that students are confident and well prepared for their new cultural and academic setting, BOSP provides all participants with a thorough orientation program in the quarter prior to their study abroad.
The mission of the Graduate School of Business (GSB) is to create ideas that deepen and advance our understanding of management and harness those ideas to develop innovative, principled, and insightful leaders who will change the world.
GSB offers a part-time Stanford Ignite program at SCPKU. Stanford Ignite is a certificate program that teaches innovators to formulate, develop, and commercialize their ideas. Through a combination of in-person instruction as well as live sessions delivered by distance-learning technology, the GSB is able to offer Stanford Ignite around the globe in addition to its campus-based program. The Beijing program at SCPKU is one of five global programs off-campus.
The School of Engineering provides internship and travel study programs for students who are interested in furthering their academic activities abroad through Stanford University.
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (Shorenstein APARC) is a unique Stanford University institution focused on the interdisciplinary study of contemporary Asia.
The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society is a research center for students, scholars, and practitioners to explore and share ideas that create social change.
The Stanford China Program (SCP) was formally established in January 2007. An integral component of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (Shorenstein APARC), SCP facilitates multidisciplinary, social science-oriented research on contemporary China, with a dual emphasis on basic and policy-relevant research. The program recognizes the singular importance of training new generations of Stanford students for broader and deeper interactions with China. SCP involves students in research projects and workshops, both at Shorenstein APARC and in nascent programs within China.
The International Medical Services (IMS) program is committed to providing international patients and their families with the highest quality medical care and support services to ensure a pleasant experience at Stanford Hospital and Clinics.
Contact Connie Chao if you are interested in establishing a new anchor program at SCPKU.
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