Shorenstein APARC Courses
Engaging Stanford students in rigorous analysis of challenges and policy issues critical to the Asia-Pacific region and the United States
Academic foundation for Stanford students
Shorenstein APARC faculty prepare Stanford undergraduate and graduate students to tackle a broad array of policy-relevant questions pertaining to the countries of the Asia-Pacific, their regional and international affairs, and U.S.-Asia relations and alliances.
Shorenstein APARC Faculty Courses
While APAPRC is not a degree-granting center, our faculty and researchers teach courses through other Stanford departments each academic year. We often sponsor team-taught, multidisciplinary courses that prepare students for deeper interactions with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region and that provide students real-world perspectives on how policymakers and diplomats handle sensitive political crises.
Our faculty also teach courses as part of China Studies in Beijing, a Fall Quarter program at the Stanford Center at Peking University (SCPKU), as well as courses that connect faculty and students through state-of-the-art video-teleconferencing classrooms at Stanford and SCPKU.
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“The United States, China, and Global Security”
My role as the course assistant for Ambassador Eikenberry's EASTASN 285 class was a highlight of my time at Stanford, and I am sure that I will draw upon the skills I practiced and conversations I had in my post-graduate career.
Center for East Asian Studies MA, 2018
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