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The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies and Center to Support Excellence in Teaching at Stanford invite grades 6-12 and community college educators to participate in the Stanford Institute on Islam, a series of Saturdays that explore how the study of this global tradition can be incorporated in our...
Jan 21 2016 | Posted In: Students
Stanford Global Studies (SGS) Internship Program is soliciting applications for paid internships that help translate Stanford students' study of Islam and Muslim societies into diverse professional settings. Recipients will be awarded $4,000 for domestic internships and $6,000 for international...
Jan 9 2016 | International Business Times | Posted In: Faculty
Abbasi Program Director, Robert Crews, was interviewed by the International Business Times on the increased interest in Islamic Studies across campuses.  “What's driving that is not ISIS narrowly but an awareness that Islam is playing a greater role in global affairs,” Crews said. “These students...
Nov 30 2015
On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, the Abbasi Program is joining forces with over 30,000 organizations in 68 countries to give back to the causes they love. #GivingTuesday is a global movement to celebrate and encourage giving as opposed to post-Thanksgiving  consumerism.
Nov 26 2015 | Kabul's New Street Politics | Posted In: Staff
Our Program Director, Robert Crews on Afghanistan Street Poltics in Foreign Affairs

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