About our core programs
The Center encompasses many thriving, regional and thematic programs that advance our research agenda and support our mission. Reflecting Stanford’s culture of interdisciplinary studies, our programs promote both academic and policy-relevant scholarship, support teaching, and strengthen collaboration with Chinese counterparts.
China Studies in Beijing
Fall quarter program at the Stanford Center at Peking University
Faculty Fellowship Program
SCPKU offers fellowships to Stanford faculty engaged in research in China, or who want to explore new opportunities or collaborations.
Team Innovation Faculty Fellowship Program
SCPKU offers team-based fellowships to Stanford faculty to spark creative, multi-disciplinary approaches to research in China focused on topics of key interest to Stanford, the U.S. and China.
Pre-doctoral Fellowship Program
SCPKU provides Stanford doctoral students with a home base to advance their dissertation research in China.
Graduate Seminar Program
SCPKU offers Stanford faculty from any school or discipline an opportunity to lead a three-week graduate seminar in Beijing. Faculty decide the topic and make the final selection of student participants.
Stanford organizations anticipating a sustained presence in China are encouraged to contact the SCPKU team to discuss the wide range of opportunities and benefits available in establishing an SCPKU Anchor Program.
Stanford - PKU Joint Courses
Like other nations, China and the United States must address a number of complex and consequential transnational challenges. None of these challenges can be managed by China or the United States alone and none can be managed successfully with at least some level of US-China cooperation.