The SHREI Outstanding Student Project Award aims to recognize, reward, and advance the exceptional work of individual community college student(s) and/or community college student organizations dedicated to raising awareness of human rights, with special consideration for projects that reference the broader international context.
Awardees receive $250 (subject to federal law) and the opportunity to present their project at a symposium for community college educators hosted at Stanford University on June 7, 2014. For information on eligibility and nomination, please see the 2014 Outstanding Student Project Award Nomination Form.
Contact Molly Aufdermauer at mollyauf [at] stanford [dot] edu or 650-721-5530
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:
For information on future workshops, symposia, and fellows programs, visit EPIC at https://sgs.stanford.edu/programs-centers/community-engagement.
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