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Dec 6 2012 | ZIYA ÖNIŞ | Posted In: Media
Russia and Turkey don't agree on regional politics, pipelines, or Syria, but their economic relationship is too important to squander.  Read the article in the latest edition of The Stanford Post-Soviet Post.  
Nov 16 2012 | Posted In: Announcements
The Program in International Relations (IR) revised its major requirements to allow for area specialization this academic year. The changes, instituted partly to match students’ skills to job placement, have received positive student feedback.   
Nov 14 2012 | Posted In: Events
The Center for African Studies, the Program on Human Rights at CDDRL, the Africa Table Lecture Series and the Student Anti-Genocide Coalition STAND are honored to host Abbé Benoît Kinalegu and Ida Sawyer for this special seminar today at noon.   Congolese activist Abbé Benoît Kinalegu...
Nov 7 2012 | KELSEY GEISER | Posted In: Media
As the ongoing use of the unmanned drones in the Middle East prompts protests in Pakistan, Stanford scholars urge politicians and citizens to reconsider the detrimental impact of thses eyes in the sky.  
Nov 2 2012 | Posted In: Announcements, Students
The SGS photo contest presents an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to see the world through a unique lens – that of our students. Enter your favorite photos (or several). What makes a photograph a winner? Technical quality, clarity and composition are all important, but so too...
Oct 26 2012 | Posted In: Students
Vivian Wong, who graduated last year with a bachelor's degree in International Relations and French, is among eight undergraduate and graduate students and alums with disabilities who talk about their experiences at Stanford in a new video that debuted Wednesday at the third annual welcome...
Oct 23 2012 | Posted In: Students
Nethra Samarawickrema, a first year PhD student in Anthropology, has been awarded the first Wisch Graduate Fellowship.  She is interested in urban issues that connect port-cities across South Asia and the Indian Ocean region. 
Oct 12 2012 | Posted In: Students
In the summer of 2012, Valerie Bauza (Civil and Environmental Engineering) received a fellowship from the Center for South Asia to conduct field tests on a hand pump water chlorinator based around community-level disinfection in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 
Oct 5 2012 | Posted In: Students
Finding a job to today's world is difficult, let alone one that utilizes your passion and academic preparation for a career in an international venue. Five distinguished ICA alumni have volunteered their time to come back to campus, talk about their experience when job hunting and offer sage...
Oct 5 2012 | Posted In: Announcements, Students
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: JANUARY 31, 2013. The France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies is pleased to announce the creation of The FSCIS Visiting Student Researcher Fellowships for Graduate Students.