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Peer Advising

Our peer advisors are Political Science majors who are passionate about the major and are available to advise prospective students.  They have all taken very different paths within the major and each of them can give you advice on what courses to take, how to fill out your declaration proposal, or even pick an advisor.  The peer advisors also hold weekly drop-in office hours, posted on our Facebook page. If you have a question you can either attend one of the drop-in sessions or email them directly for a separate meeting.  They are very willing to help both current majors and prospective students.

2017-2018 Peer Advisors

Alexis Kallen

akallen@stanford.edu

Alexis Kallen is a junior double majoring in Political Science, emphasis on Justice and Law, and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She is very interested in international human rights law and hopes to attend law school upon graduation. On campus, Alexis is very involved in Stanford in Government (SIG), co-chairs the Knoll Path Working Group, and will be a freshman RA in Otero this school year. Alexis has experience taking Political Science classes throughout the different concentrations and is happy to talk to anyone about any aspect of the major, double majoring, or anything else!

 

Vivan Malkani

vivanm@stanford.edu

Bio coming soon!

Annalee Monroe

annaleem@stanford.edu

Annalee Monroe is a senior majoring in Political Science with a primary track in Political Economy & Development and a minor track in Justice and Law. She has held internships at Make-A-Wish America, a Senate campaign, and the U.S. Department of State. She also participated in the Bing Stanford in Washington Program last Spring 2017. She also works for Cardinal Nights on campus and is involved with the Haas Center and RUF Stanford. Originally from Arizona, Annalee loves the outdoors. She also loves performing music, reading, hiking, and watching Netflix. She would love to answer any questions about Political Science and anything that comes to mind for students.

Stephanie Pham

spham18@stanford.edu

Bio coming soon!