How does a Ph.D. student in Stanford’s Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) program decide to also complete an international policy degree? Read our FSI blog to learn more about our alumna, Kate Gasparro, who did just that! #MIPFeatureFriday
“I was really interested in economics policy and international politics — MIP seemed like a nice fit.” Read about how our MIP alumnus, Ryan Triolo, knew he wanted to apply to MIP as an undergraduate on our #MIPFeatureFriday on our FSI blog.
For our first alumni #MIPFeatureFriday, we sat down for a Q&A with Class of 2014 alumna, Jessie Brunner, whose passion for human rights led her to working for the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice right here at Stanford. Read more on our FSI blog!
Our MIP student, Keunwang Nah, chose Stanford “because it is the birthplace of innovations that change the world, but it can also be the birthplace of sound policy that can manage the potentially negative impacts technology can have on society.” Find out more on our FSI blog. #MIPFeatureFriday
About the author: Manuel Ramos Maqueda is a Ford Dorsey Master's in International Policy student at Stanford University and a recipient of an FSI research grant, which he used in support of his field research travel to Puerto Rico.