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Lalita du Perron, associate director for the Center for South Asia. (Image credit: Andrew Brodhead)

Whether cracking open cooked crabs, lighting candles, or making tamales, the Stanford staff community enjoys a wide array of traditions during this time of year. More than 15,000 people work at the university and support teaching, learning,…

Stanford senior Kyra Jasper is a 2023 Marshall Scholar. (Image credit: Yoo Ra Sung)

Stanford history major and human rights minor Kyra Jasper is a recipient of the 2023 Marshall Scholarship, which will support her graduate studies at the University of London and the London School of Economics. “I am so humbled to receive this…
A Stanford international relations major and a doctoral student, as well as a recent alum, have joined the prestigious scholarship program, which supports one year of graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Two Stanford students…

Ken Schultz (Image credit: Andrew Brodhead)

Ken Schultz, professor of political science and director of the Program in International Relations, serves as Faculty Senate chair in the 2022-23 academic year. Ken Schultz knows politics and conflict well. Since the 90s, the political science…
Sarah F. Derbew believes you cannot analyze ancient writings and performances solely through the modern lens of race, even though many scholars do. In her first book, Derbew, an assistant professor of classics who is affiliated with the Center for…