As summer approaches, many people in the Stanford community are planning international travel. As travel to some parts of the world becomes increasingly unpredictable, travelers need to be more proactive about their own safety.
For the second interview of the Office of International Affairs' International Visiting Scholars Series, we met with Professor Per Enge at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Professor Jiyun Lee, a visiting
On Jan. 16, 2015, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) published policy changes previously announced by President Obama to further engage and empower the Cuban people. These changes include relaxed restrictions on U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba.
Each year, Stanford faculty members invite approximately 1,500 visiting scholars from around the world who are cutting edge research leaders in their countries and experts in their field.
When faculty members add information on their international activities to their Stanford Profiles, that information – a journal article, course or research project – will automatically appear on the Go Global website.
Improving the quality of health care in any country can be challenging. However, doing it in a country with diverse culture, ethnicities, religion and languages such as India, is extremely difficult.
The Office of International Affairs awards seed grant funding to faculty for the purposes of expanding the scope of international research at Stanford. Last year, OIA awarded James Fishkin, Janet M.