Workplace training fosters retention of workers from historically underrepresented groups like first-time women workers in India.
The Stanford King Center on Global Development provides undergraduate students with opportunities to engage in world-class research, have international experience, and to get involved in the King Center's work. From working in low- and middle- income countries on faculty-led projects to taking part in King Center events, Stanford students are important participants in the King Center’s mission to produce significant research on global poverty and development and have real-world impact.
Learn more about the various research opportunities available to undergraduate students:
The Academic Year Undergraduate Research Assistant Program is meant to connect King Center faculty affiliates to students committed to providing research support for up to three quarters in one academic year. Please note the faculty member must request assistance, so if you are interested in a particular affiliate's research, contact them directly.