Nephrologist and Center faculty affiliate Shuchi Anand is quoted in Nature magazine on the topic of rising rates of diabetes and kidney disease in low- and middle-income countries, and the importance of identifying at-risk populations early.
Artificial intelligence, education, financial technology, and U.S.-China relations were among the topics that nearly 500 scholars, business leaders, and Stanford alumni delved into during the Stanford China Economic Forum.
A new student group, the Stanford Global Development Association (SGDA), aims to connect students to global development programming in an effort to increase awareness and understanding of international issues.
As the new academic year begins, Center director Grant Miller gives an update on the Center's exciting growth as a hub for development research at Stanford and looks forward to a new busy and productive year.
Solomon Hsiang and Fabrizio Zilibotti have been named the Noosheen Hashemi Visiting Scholars at the Center on Global Poverty and Development. The newly established program brings prominent scholars from universities around the globe to Stanford, where they can engage with the Stanford community.
The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development invites proposals from Stanford faculty for capacity-building and policy-engagement activities that support academics, government officials, or other policymakers in low- and middle-income countries.