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Jun 18 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford’s 8,000 international students and scholars and the faculty and staff who support them now have an easier way to manage immigration requirements. A significant system enhancement project to improve the experience for Stanford’s international students and scholars is nearly complete. The...
Fulbright Logo
Jun 16 2021 | Stanford News | Posted In: Announcements, Students
Seventeen individuals with Stanford affiliations are among this year’s recipients of 2021-22 grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which provides funding for individually designed research projects, graduate student programs and English Teaching Assistant Programs overseas.
Jun 9 2021 | Posted In: Announcements, Events
Join us from the comfort of your home as we watch seven films from around the world that focus on the theme “Feeding Your Soul.”   The annual SGS summer film festival kicks off on Wednesday, July 14 and will run most Wednesdays until September 8.  Watch the film from home at a time that works for...
At Home Abroad House
Jun 8 2021 | Posted In: Announcements, Students
At Home Abroad (AHA) House: Slavic, Francophone and Italian Cultures and Languages Attention undergraduates: Come live in Stanford’s At Home Abroad House next year!
Jun 7 2021 | Stefanie Pietkiewicz, Stanford News | Posted In: Announcements, Students
Stanford Global Studies (SGS) has unveiled the winners of its 10th annual photo contest. Each year, the competition celebrates the creative talents of student photographers affiliated with SGS’s 14 centers and programs. More than 80 photos, captured in locations across the United States and around...
Jun 2 2021 | Kathleen J. Sullivan, Stanford News | Posted In: Students
The Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for Distinctive Contributions to Undergraduate Education recognizes distinctive and exceptional contributions to undergraduate education or the quality of student life at Stanford. This year’s winners include international relations major and human rights minor Chloe...
The France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Louise Bourgeois, James Baldwin, and Josephine Baker Prizes, three new student prizes named for people whose lives and careers spanned France and the United States, bringing French and...
Muskan Shafat
May 26 2021 | Posted In: Students
"I came to Stanford utterly confused but filled with curiosity, questions, and passion to explore ideas. I took courses that helped me make sense of the world, the problems in it, and myself," said Muskan Shafat, who is graduating this year with a degree in political science and two minors in human...
Leya Elias
May 26 2021 | Stanford News | Posted In: Students
The Stanford Alumni Association has selected senior LEYA ELIAS, an affiliate of the Center for African Studies, to receive the J.E. Wallace Sterling Award, which is given to an undergraduate in recognition of service and contributions to the campus community. Named for Stanford’s president from...
Trauma-informed investigations field guide
May 24 2021 | Center for Human Rights & International Justice | Posted In: Research
Stanford University's Human Rights in Trauma Mental Health Program, a partner of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, has contributed to a new UNITAD field guide, called the "Trauma-Informed Investigations Field Guide."