Vice Provost and Dean of Research
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Associate Director, Office of International Affairs
Current Role at StanfordPauline helps the Office of International Affairs' team identify, create, and make available services that advance faculty international research outcomes and make doing international research at Stanford as easy as possible - "dans le meilleur des mondes possibles" which is French for "in the best of all possible worlds". After launching the Stanford Off-Campus Learning Opportunities website (SOLO) , Pauline is now working with the Vice Provost and Dean of Research and Stanford research centers, institutes and other academic units to build a website that will aggregate Stanford funding opportunities for faculty. The website - SeedFunding.stanford.edu - will make it easier for faculty to browse, identify and apply for opportunities (proof-of-concept, seed, travel grants, etc) all on one site.
Pauline also manages the International Research Exploration Funds, that provide funding opportunities to faculty to explore new proof-of-concept projects and find innovative solutions to challenges that are specific to doing international and global research. Pauline is always eager to find ways to collaborate with others on campus to design solutions together as this often proves to be the better, simpler and more pleasant path forward.
Pauline has been involved in Stanford's international research efforts since 2005.
Contact Pauline about:
- your international or global research challenges
- Stanford Seed Funding
- International Exploration Funds
- your ideas to streamline international research at Stanford.
Amy Y.J. Lee
Coordinator, Office of International Affairs
Current Role at StanfordAmy joined the Office of International Affairs in 2011. She works with faculty and departmental administrators to advance their research activities at the international level by developing a new opportunity with a foreign institute and government as well as developing an agreement to formalize faculty's academic collaboration. She also helps international visiting scholars engage with the Stanford community beyond their hosting department by connecting them with Stanford faculty whom they wish to exchange best practices and discuss potential collaborations.
Amy is a Stanford Certified Project Manager and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).
Contact Amy about:
Developing and formalizing international collaboration
International visiting scholar