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Margaret Levi provides insight on a research agenda involving "moral economies" and outlines a bold five-year vision and plan of action for the Center.
Class of 2016-17 Fills the Hill

The class, the Center's largest in years, features a stellar collection of global scholars as well as standouts from the Stanford campus. Learn about a  number of collaborative working groups that already have emerged among the fellows.
Klinenberg Kicks-off Symposium Series
 
In the first installment of the 2016-17 series, fellow Eric Klinenberg presented on "Climate Change and the Future of Cities." The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment co-sponsored the event.
The 2016 CASBS summer institute on organizations and their effectiveness established a standard of excellence on which to build. Applications for the 2017 institute are open through Jan. 9, 2017.
 
Taiwan's Science and Technology Policy Research and Information Center will fund one fellow each year at CASBS. Taiwan's former premier Yi-huah Jiang, a 2015-16 CASBS fellow, helped facilitate the agreement.
CASBS Community Making News
 
Meet Board Member Jennifer Eberhardt

A member of the CASBS board of directors since 2014, Jennefier Eberhardt was a CASBS fellow in 2005-06 and currently is an associate professor of psychology at Stanford as well as co-director of the Social Psychological Answers to Real-World Questions (SPARQ) "do-tank." An interdisciplinary social psychology expert exploring the relationship between race and crime, she was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2016. Recently her findings have been cited by The New York Times Magazine and Futurity, and profiled by Stanford News, among many other media outlets. We invite you to learn more about Jennifer.
Upcoming Events
 
   PUBLIC SYMPOSIA   
 
Sapna Cheryan      Jan 31
& Shelley Correll

"Women in Tech: Where Have We Seen Progress? Where are We Stuck?"
 
Jonathan Jansen    Mar 21
 
"Making Love in a War Zone: Race and Intimacy Among University Students in South Africa"

 
TALKS @ THE INTERVAL
 
Jamie  Jones         Jan 17

"Lessons from the Most Rational People in the World"

Eric Klinenberg      Mar 7

"Climate Change and the Future of Cities"
NEW BROCHURE!

The print version is a thing of beauty, we must say, but click on the image above to view a PDF and be further amazed by the reimagined CASBS of 2016...
Former Fellows News
 

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View the newest additions to the Tyler Collection — works conceived, initiated, or completed by fellows during their residence and which acknowledge CASBS.
NORTH BEQUEST

In a previous newsletter we noted the passing of Douglass North, former CASBS fellow (1987-88) and 1993 Nobel Prize winner in economics. Remembrances that followed included a tribute in the Washington Post by CASBS director Margaret Levi and former fellow Barry Weingast (1993-94).

We are so pleased to report that North honored CASBS with a bequest. We seek to augment it and, in return, honor him by endowing a study in his name. Click
HERE for information on making a gift in memory of Douglass North.
Now nearly 150 of YOU – members of the CASBS community – have donated to the Robert A. Scott Lectureship Fund. We are proud to acknowledge the donors here.
Make a Gift to CASBS
  In Memoriam  
 
Read here about members of the CASBS family who we've lost recently.
On his first day on the hill in September, fellow Paul Jargowsky was blown away by the rich intellectual history contained in his study  #16  and felt compelled to Tweet about it. We love it! Recognize any names he invokes? We're thrilled that Paul continues the tradition and will add still more richness to the CASBS story. 
Talk about tradition! Each CASBS study displays a "Ghosts in the Study" report outside its door, listing information about fellows who inhabited that study since CASBS's launch in 1954.

Above left photo, CASBS study #52: This year it's occupied by fellow Dare Baldwin (left, pointing to her own name). On Sept. 15 she hosted her former PhD advisor Ellen Markman, a renowned Stanford professor of psychology and senior associate dean for the social sciences. Markman was a CASBS fellow and inhabited the same study in 1982-83, and is shown pointing to her own name in #52's Ghosts in the Study report!

Above right photo, CASBS study #14: This year it's occupied by fellow Jonathan Jansen (right, pointing to his own name). On Oct. 19 he hosted his former PhD advisor Francisco Ramirez, also a renowned professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Education. Ramirez was a CASBS fellow and inhabited the same study in 2006-07, and is shown pointing to his own name in #14's Ghosts in the Study report!
Photo of Jennifer Eberhardt by Nana Kofi Nti
Photo of Laura Carstensen by Jim Hammack
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