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SPICE: Student Projects for Intellectual Community Enhancement

About SPICE

SPICE (Student Projects for Intellectual Community Enhancement) funds allow graduate students to develop projects and activities that promote intellectual community in their departments and beyond.

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The 2019 SPICE application will open Winter Quarter 2019.

Check out the 2017-2018 SPICE projects.

Recent News

May 30 2018 | The Dish
The Stanford Alumni Association recently recognized undergraduate and graduate students with the 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award, Class of 2018 Award of Excellence and 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award. The 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award was given to 34 graduate students...
May 10 2018 | Stanford News
When undergraduates know how previous students performed in courses at their university, they end up receiving slightly lower class grades on average than they would have if they did not check out that information, according to Stanford research. In a new research paper, an interdisciplinary group...
Apr 30 2018 | Stanford News
On a sunny Saturday, 51 students from Bay Area middle schools and high schools traveled to Stanford’s Mechanical Engineering building for an afternoon of engineering feats such as making an autonomous car work, building bird wings and even (hypothetically) saving the world from disease. Now in its...
Apr 5 2018 | Stanford Medicine
Originally from Alaska, Cooper Galvin is fourth-year Stanford graduate student in biophysics who is striving to make science accessible to all. Vivian Lam caught up with him on campus. Cooper Galvin is a SPICE funding recipient and DIF funding recipient. Read THE FULL ARTICLE