Stanford and Government
- In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the founding of Stanford in Government (SIG) during the seismic social change of the mid-1960s, a panel moderated by Larry Diamond ’73, MA ’78, PhD ’80, SIG faculty advisor, Hoover Institution Senior Fellow and faculty co-director of the Haas Center for Public Service, explore Stanford’s emergence after World War II as a national and international institution with complex ties to government. Drawing on their personal experiences, panelists discuss how a private university fulfils its public purpose—what creates and sustains Stanford faculty, student and alumni connections with government service.Co-sponsored by Haas Center for Public Service and Stanford in Government
|Type of resource
|1 audio file
|Stanford Historical Society
|Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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