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Journeys of Inquiry

One-time event
Socio-Economic Prosperity

The Journeys of Inquiry program provides an opportunity for Stanford undergraduate and graduate students to experience different societies and cultures as part of short-term programs led by Stanford King Center on Global Development faculty and affiliates. These programs, which typically take place during the summer quarter, provide opportunities to highly motivated students for experiential learning and conducting research in low- and middle-income countries. Past trip locations have included China, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Rwanda, and Uganda.

Eligibility

Open to undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing; all majors are welcome!

Application and interview. Specific requirements may depend on trip and faculty focus.

When

Summer

Location

Stanford

Open To

Graduate Students
Undergraduates

Contact

Offered By

King Center on Global Development
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