Perhaps the greatest life lesson recent graduate Elea Becker Lowe MAIEP ’18 can share is one she herself has heeded: when presented with an opportunity, go for it.
Over the past year, Institute alumni, students, and faculty have served as interpreters at some of the world's most important global gatherings, from large events to intimate one-on-one meetings between heads of state.
Lissett Samaniego MATI ’10 of Stanford Hospital and Clinics answers questions about a critically important field.
E. Phil Morgan Professor Emeritus
Professor emeritus E. Phil Morgan reviews Messing with the Enemy: Surviving in a Social Media World of Hackers, Terrorists, Russians, and Fake News, by his former student Clint Watts MAIPS '05.
The most terrifying thing about the new novel by Professor Jeffrey Lewis about a nuclear war with North Korea “is how much of it is true,” says The Economist.
As a cofounder of a company that helps organizations narrow the gender pay gap, Zara Nanu MPA ’06 is seeking to resolve one of the corporate world’s most persistent problems.
Jason Warburg and