Katherine Casey and collaborators study development in areas where the state is weak and traditional authorities control public goods.
From hands-on research and experiential learning to events and classes, we aim to spark curiosity and engage students in the developing world.
The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development is a go-to resource for student opportunities — on campus and off — for both graduate and undergraduate students. Explore what’s available and get involved!
The Center offers fellowships and research funding to Stanford graduate students who are rising leaders in their fields and inspire new faculty collaborations.
From summer research assistant opportunities in the field and research awards to Seed internships, Journey of Inquiry trips, and on-campus events, the Center encourages undergraduates who are interested in global development and poverty to get involved.