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More than students. More than scholars. At SGS, we are global citizens.

 

The Stanford Global Studies Division provides an arena for students and scholars to explore our increasingly complex world from multiple economic, political, social, technological and cultural perspectives. Our goal is to provide students and scholars with unique opportunities to explore the complexities of our globalized world from an interdisciplinary perspective.

We encourage traditional and innovative collaboration among our academic programs and centers and provide administrative and other support. SGS's programs are essential to the vibrancy of international research and study at Stanford University.

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Jul 28 2017
As part of the African Politics Summer Reading Spectacular, the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog looks at how economic development strategies in Africa have changed since independence. Landry Signé, a Distinguished Fellow in Political Science at Stanford's Center for African Studies...
Jul 24 2017
As part of his internship this summer at The Korea Herald, a daily English-language newspaper published in Seoul, South Korea, Alex Park is gaining first-hand experience in the field of journalism. A history major entering his senior year, Alex has written more than 20 articles for the paper...

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