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    Research Roadmap: Fieldwork Finances 101

    All you need to know about research budgets, contracts, and paying for fieldwork expenses

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Felipe Muñoz on the Inter-American Development Bank’s Migration Programs

    Muñoz discussed his experience leading inter-governmental policy efforts around migration in Latin America.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Research Roadmap: Ethics in Research

    Upholding ethical standards in research

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Jennifer Pan on China in the Global Information Ecosystem

    Professor Pan discussed how controlling information in the digital era affects people’s involvement in politics and decision making.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Research Roadmap: Navigating Africa-Focused Research at Stanford

    A multidisciplinary panel discussion about leading research on the African continent.

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Research Roadmap: Failing Forward

    A panel discussion on how to move forward when field research plans go awry.

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Research Roadmap: Budgeting for Fieldwork

    Guidance on building budgets, as well as Q&A time with Grant Miller and Alexis Medina

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Research Roadmap: Contracts Workshop

    Overview, guidance, and Q&A on the Stanford contracting process with an emphasis on international field research.

    The Research Roadmap series provides research and career advice for graduate students interested in global development.
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    2023 International Engagement Fair

    For students to learn about international experiences abroad and on-campus offered by student and campus organizations

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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Giulio De Leo on Triple Win Planetary Health Innovations in Africa

    Professor De Leo discussed innovative ways to control and eliminate a poverty-driven parasitic disease in West Africa.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Climate Generation(s): Deepak Chopra and Sophia Kianni on Intergenerational Perspectives of the Climate Crisis

    Dr. Deepak Chopra and climate activist Sophia Kianni discussed climate consciousness and the leadership needed to address climate change.

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    Gunn SIEPR Building

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    Food for Thought: Nicholas Bloom on the Impact of Management on Firm Performance

    Professor Bloom discussed the impact of modifying management practices in the Indian textile industry.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Kathleen Beegle on Working at the World Bank

    Kathleen Beegle discussed her career at the World Bank.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Conducting Research with Local Partners

    A multi-disciplinary panel of researchers shared tips and methods for collaborating with local organizations.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Using Data and AI to Address Human Trafficking

    The Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab discussed its impact on our understanding of human trafficking markets and policies.

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought: Steve Luby and Jenna Forsyth on Lead Exposure

    Professor Luby and Dr. Forsyth discussed their work to reduce two key sources of lead contamination in Bangladesh

    The Food for Thought series features student-focused events with speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    2022 International Engagement Fair

    For students to learn about international experiences abroad and on-campus offered by student and campus organizations

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    *This event has already occurred.
    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Non-Academic Careers Panel

    for Stanford PhD Students

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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    2022 Development and Political Economics Conference (DevPEC)

    A Bay Area Graduate Student Conference

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    Gunn SIEPR Building
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    Food for Thought with Desiree LaBeaud and Bethel Bayrau

    Learn how supporting recycling contributed to reduce vector borne disease in Kenya.

    This series of student-focused events features speakers from a variety of disciplines discussing topics related to global development.
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    Gunn SIEPR Building