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Jun 17 2014 | Posted In: Research, Students
A generous gift from the Friends of Stanford University Foundation in Taiwan recently enabled the Stanford Global Studies Division to award “Global Perspectives” grants to help fund summer SGS graduate student research.
Jun 4 2014 | Posted In: Announcements, Research
On April 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia by violent overthrow of the Lon Nol government.  The secretive leaders of this radical Maoist regime ruled Cambodia for a period of 3 years, 8 months and 20 days, during which time at least 1.7 million people are believed to have died from...
Apr 8 2014 | Posted In: Research, Staff
Center for African Studies (CAS) Associate Director Laura Hubbard and several CAS student affiliates traveled to Zambia last summer with a team of Stanford researchers studying the role of transportation in health care worker productivity.  The cross-campus team, led by the Stanford Graduate School...
Jan 23 2014 | Posted In: Research, Students
Over the summer, 45 students participated in Summer Research College, a program that gives Stanford undergraduates the opportunity to assist faculty with research during the 10-week break. Students were matched with faculty mentors and participated in research about international relations, history...
Mar 1 2013 | Kelsey Geiser | Posted In: Research
A geneticist and a Jewish studies professor develop an interdisciplinary lecture series that produces new research to be included in a scholarly volume on Jewish genetics. Steve Weitzman, professor of Jewish culture and religion, and Noah Rosenberg, associate professor of biology, have teamed up to...

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