Train in Sweden

"The Polar Ore Train" captured by Leonardo Glikbarg.

Announcing the 2022-23 Annual Report

We are pleased to share the Stanford Global Studies 2022-23 Annual Report, which highlights major events and activities that took place over the last year across our 14 centers and programs.

 

Welcome to Stanford Global Studies

The university's hub for global education, research, and community engagement.

Bridge in Africa

Photo credit: Michelle Kwon (Clear View, Ghana)

Upcoming Events

SGS events instill deep curiosity and knowledge about other peoples, regions, and cultures.

 

Building in Spain

Photo credit: Katherine Irajpanah (Grow, Spain)

Global Internships

Stanford Global Studies offers Stanford students an opportunity to extend classroom learning to immersive, cultural, and professional experiences through the Global Studies Internship Program.

Community Outreach

SGS is committed to outreach to foster global competencies, promote equitable opportunities in global education, and share Stanford’s resources with students and educators in our community.

Students at commencement

Education

The degrees we offer

Scuba bot

Research

Our research initiatives

Educators at EPIC symposium

Outreach

Community outreach efforts

Global Studies draws together 14 outstanding regional and transnational centers that are at the forefront of their respective fields. Taken together, Global Studies offers not only a variety of perspectives from different sites across the globe, but also a way of thinking.
Jisha Menon
Jisha Menon
Fisher Family Director, Stanford Global Studies Division

Events

February
23
Date
Friday, February 23, 2024. 12:00pm - 1:30pm
February
23
Date
Friday, February 23, 2024. 12:00pm
Location
Encina Hall
616 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA 94305
William J. Perry Conference Room, C231
February
26


News

Katherine Kuhns (left) and Grant Parker (right) of Stanford Global Studies receive Century Medal from James King (center) of the Institute of International...

By popular demand, Brandon James Gwinn returns Feb. 10 to the Bing Studio for his unforgettable piano bar experience.


We encourage innovative collaboration among our 14 programs & centers within the School of Humanities and Sciences.