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In conversation with Insights by Stanford Business, Professor Jens Hainmueller reflected on the implications — economic, political, moral — of the Trump administration’s approach to immigrants and refugees. Read more here
Feb 8 2017 | Nanovic Institute
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies at the University of Notre Dame has awarded the 2017 Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies to Anna Grzymała-Busse for her book “Nations Under God: How Churches Use Moral Authority to Influence Policy,” published by Princeton University Press...
Jan 30 2017 | Stanford News
Stanford professors Jack Rakove, Theodore Glasser and James Hamilton weigh in on President Donald Trump’s gag orders on federal employees and how his style of communication differs from previous U.S. presidents. Read the full article
Jan 29 2017 | Stanford News
"As an academic institution and as a community, Stanford welcomes and embraces students and scholars from around the world who contribute immeasurably to our mission of education and discovery. Inclusion and nondiscrimination are core values of our community, and they extend to people from around...
Jan 25 2017 | Stanford News
Debra Satz, a professor of philosphy (and, by courtesy, of political science), is chair of the 2016-17 Faculty Senate.