By Tim Hegedus, ’17 “There is no greater privilege in life than serving one’s country.” General David Petraeus, Stanford University, March 14, 2014. On March 14, SIG co-hosted an event with the Stanford Speakers Bureau (SSB), featuring former CIA Director and four-star general David Petraeus. In a panel moderated by Colonel Joseph Felter of Stanford’s […]
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By Kate Hassey, ’16 The Campus and Community Partnerships (CCP) Committee works to increase SIG’s connections with surrounding communities and to strengthen its existing partnerships. The committee spent this past winter quarter creating a new fellowships program, SIG Local Fellowships, which complements the traditional summer fellowship offerings with academic year opportunities. As there are so […]
By Kimberly Tan, ’17 Summer 2014 marks the final pilot year of the SIG Stipends Program, a new effort to provide funding for students with backgrounds not traditionally supported by SIG and who identify unpaid public policy opportunities. Given the program’s resounding success, SIG is excited to continue to strengthen the program and strive for […]
Dear SIG Friends, I am thrilled to introduce you to Stefan Norgaard, the 2014-2015 Stanford in Government (SIG) Chair. Stefan has been involved in SIG since his freshman year, primarily as a member of the operations team. He brings enormous energy and enthusiasm for SIG’s mission, along with a keen sense of where SIG can […]
I am humbled and honored to serve as the 2014-2015 chair of Stanford in Government (SIG). As a public policy and urban studies major, I am continually impressed by the breadth of opportunities SIG offers at the intersection of academic study and public policy. SIG has been blessed with a history of effective chairs, and […]