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Changing the Prevailing Attitude About AIDS, Gender and Reproductive Health in Southern Africa

During the 1990s and early 2000s, HIV/AIDS pummeled through southern Africa killing thousands. Although the epidemic has abated somewhat, the disease is still spreading through certain communities, including the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) population.

Stanford Undergrad Uncovers Importance of Traditional Midwives in India

Lara Mitra grew up taking regular vacations with her family in her ancestral home, the state of Gujarat in India, but those short trips barely prepared her for her first long-term stay. She says the 10 weeks she spent studying maternal delivery practices were eye opening in many ways. The work she did while there made a big enough impact that it landed her on a list of 15 impressive Stanford students featured in Business Insider last month.

Global Study Trips to Chile

On an eight-day trip to Chile, MBA students from the Graduate School of Business investigated how the country has become an economic and political success story by speaking to leading economists, politicians, NGOs and business leaders. Two students in the picture are exploring the Atacama Desert on the western coast of South America.

David Adjaye: Designing the Architecture of Civic Space

Stanford Humanities Center Presidential Lecture Featuring Celebrated International Architect, David Adjaye, OBE

Award-winning architect David Adjaye will reflect on the design and architecture of the civic spaces that inspire his world-renowned projects. He is the lead designer of the highly anticipated Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC, which is slated to open in 2015.

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