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SGS staff at the H&S Staff Recognition Luncheon
May 1 2019 | Posted In: Staff
Please join us in congratulating four SGS staff members who were honored for their outstanding service at the annual School of Humanities & Sciences Staff Recognition Luncheon.
Eva Borgwardt
Apr 29 2019 | Kathleen J. Sullivan, Stanford News | Posted In: Students
Eva Borgwardt, whose academic and public service work has focused on Israeli-Palestinian relations, hopes to use the Truman Scholarship to pursue a joint degree program in law and global affairs. Eva has been a key contributor to the Handa Center's Virtual Tribunals initiative. The Harry S....
Photo of the panelists
Apr 24 2019 | Matthew Dardet, The Stanford Daily | Posted In: Faculty
Former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shultz convened the ninth installment of his panel series “Governance in an Emerging World” on Monday by underscoring the importance of the Middle East in what he called “a globe on a hinge of history.”
Michele Bachelet, the current United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Apr 23 2019 | Isabel Vasquez, Handa Center | Posted In: Students
The Handa Center presented a small group of students with the opportunity to sit down with United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michele Bachelet. The High Commissioner dedicated much of the session to answering questions from the students, expressing her desire to hear the concerns and...
Stanford University Campus
Apr 17 2019 | Posted In: Announcements, Faculty
In the 2019-20 academic year, three Stanford Global Studies (SGS) centers and programs will welcome new faculty directors.
Students in the course Computers, Ethics and Public Policy examine the ethical and social impacts of technology.
Apr 12 2019 | Melissa De Witte, Stanford News | Posted In: Students
In the course CS 181: Computers, Ethics and Public Policy, taught by Stanford Global Studies Director Jeremy M. Weinstein, Stanford students become computer programmers, policymakers and philosophers to examine the ethical and social impacts of technological innovation.
Nicholas Opiyo
Apr 9 2019 | Posted In: Global Perspectives Blog
For more than 15 years, Nicholas Opiyo has practiced law in Kampala, Uganda, and he is recognized as one of the country’s leading civil rights attorneys and activists through his work with Chapter Four Uganda, an organization dedicated to promoting human rights.
Parissa in concert
Apr 5 2019 | Robin Wander, Stanford News | Posted In: Events
Over 30 different departments and organizations on campus, including East Asian Studies and Iranian Studies, will host 80+ guest artists during spring quarter.
Ian Morris
Mar 25 2019 | Alex Shashkevich, Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty
Stanford’s Ian Morris, an affiliate of The Europe Center, says the issues that led to Brexit, Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, have come up throughout British history, since rising sea levels separated the country from the continent 8,000 years ago. Brexit and the concerns of the...

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