How do we engage?
Our faculty teach rigorous courses throughout the academic school year at Stanford University sharing their research, passion, and knowledge with students across disciplines. Past courses taught by our faculty directors include "Macroeconomics of China," "The Chinese Economy," and "The Economic Development of Greater China: Past, Present, and Future."
Our faculty and research staff regularly co-author papers with students. We support and advise students as they conduct graduate-level research, analyze our data, and co-write and submit a paper ending in a publication with their name on the byline.
Research Mentoring & Scholarship
We give students access to Center data, offer a platform by which students can design their own surveys and collect their own data in the field, and mentor them on their theses and dissertations. We also connect students to funding opportunities at Stanford and beyond.
Every summer we take a group of 15-20 students to China to participate in a project-based internship that offers them extensive hands-on qualitative research experience while working alongside faculty, senior research staff, and our local partners.
Language Partner Program
We pair local Stanford students with new visiting students from China every quarter. Once paired, Partners meet regularly to learn about each other’s languages, cultures, customs, and explore Stanford and the surrounding Bay Area together.