2013 Symposium Materials

Norman Naimark (video)
Sakurako and William Fisher Family Director of the Division of International, Comparative and
Area Studies; and Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor in East European Studies
Stanford University

Meet the Fellows, Part One
Scott Lankford, Preston Ni, Katie Zanoni, Keith Lee (video)

Meet the Fellows, Part Two
Steven Miller, Fabienne McPhail Naples, Alison Shelling, Jeramy Wallace (video)

Keynote Address
Anti-Human Trafficking Approaches for the Academic Community (video)
Betty Ann Boeving, Founder, Executive Director, Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition

2013 Outstanding Student Project Award Presentation
Award recipient: Tebe, West Valley College student, Respect for 'Others'--Beyond the Gender Binary

Lunch and Student Project Poster Session

2012-13 SHREI Fellow and Colleague Presentations
Katie Zanoni, Adjunct Professor, Peace Studies, San Diego City College

Alison Shelling, Lecturer, Monterey Peninsula College

Steven Miller, Professor of Political Science, Modesto Junior College

Earth Justice Day: Catalyzing Student Engagement Across-the-Curriculum
Scott Lankford, Professor of English, Foothill College

A Path to Empathy: Using Literature in the Manifestation Project
Tim Maxwell, Professor of English, College of San Mateo
Jeramy Wallace, English Instructor, College of San Mateo and Foothill College

Preston Ni, Faculty, Communication Studies Department, Foothill College
Keith Lee, Professor, Photography Department, Foothill College
Lesley Louden, Photography Instructor, Foothill College, West Valley College, Cabrillo

Integrating Human Rights Education into the College Classroom
David Monda, Associate Professor, Mt. San Jacinto College

Themes and Frameworks
Mary Conroy, Faculty/Coordinator Global Studies, Faculty Psychology, San Jose City College
Avantika Rohatgi, Lecturer, Evergreen Valley College and San Jose State University

Layla M. Hashemi, Professor, Department of History and Political Science, Montgomery College
Alonzo Smith, Professor, Department of History and Political Science, Montgomery College
Tina Kistler, Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Santa Barbara City College
Julie Maia, Professor of English and Chair, Women and Gender Studies, West Valley College

Justice (and education?) for All
Samuel White, English Instructor, Gavilan College

A Learning Community of Innovative Human Rights Curriculum
Rebecca Al-Haider, ESL/English Instructor, Fresno City College
Kate Jordahl, Professor, Photography Department, Foothill College
Concluding Remarks
Helen Stacy
Director, Program on Human Rights, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law
Stanford University

Laura Hubbard
Associate Director, Center for African Studies, Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies
Stanford University
Norman Naimark 
Sakurako and William Fisher Family Director of the Division of International, Comparative and 
Area Studies; and Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor in East EuroWelcome


SHREI laid the foundation for Stanford Global Studies' new and thematically broadened community college partnership, Education Partnership for Internationalizing Curriculum (EPIC). EPIC focuses on strengthening the internationalization of curricula and the professionalization of language instruction at community colleges and K-12 institutions and includes the following programs for community college instructors:

  • Fellows Program and Symposium
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • Foreign Language Professional Development Workshops

For information on future workshops, symposia, and fellows programs, visit EPIC at https://sgs.stanford.edu/programs-centers/community-engagement


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SHREI Newsletter Winter 2014
New Workshops for Community College Instructors; Art at De Anza College; 2013-14 SHREI Fellows; 2014 SHREI Symposium; Upcoming Film Screening; Outstanding Student Project Award Read More

SHREI Newsletter Fall 2012 
SHREI Announces 2012-13 Human Rights Educator Fellows; Recap: 2012 Symposium. Read More



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