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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 2020 SPICE application is now open. The application closes Wednesday, May 13, 2020.

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Contact vpgeapplications@stanford.edu with any questions.

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