Student Voices

Brandon is a senior majoring in Public Policy with a minor in Psychology.
Djalil is earning a Master of Arts in Public Policy and just graduated as a Sloan Fellow from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Rebecca Smalbach is currently a sophomore majoring in Public Policy and minoring in Economics and History. On campus, she is Head of Community Development for Stanford Women in Politics, and a copy editor for both the Stanford Daily, and the Stanford Political Magazine, a non-partisan political journal.
Michelle is a senior majoring in Economics and coterming in Public Policy. She is interested in the application of economic concepts toward solving real world policy issues, especially in the technology sector. She has experience in technology, finance, and nonprofit fields at firms including Google, JP Morgan, and Ashoka.
Justin is a Public Policy junior applying for the coterminal master program in Public Policy. He is especially interested in studying environmental policy and moral philosophy, and plans to attend law school. While studying abroad in the summer of 2017, Justin clerked for Justice Carlos Espinoza in the Court of Appeals in Santiago, Chile.
By Justin Oetting, Public Policy undergraduate student  Reflections from my Public Policy Internship
Angela Gong is earning a joint Masters in Public Policy and Education (MA/MPP) and is going into her second year. Before coming to Stanford she was a middle school science teacher, and then a test developer for NAEP.
Jimmy Zhou graduated with a concentration in Law and Moral Philosophy. In addition, he also completed a double major in Economics and is working on finishing up his Master of Arts in Public Policy over the next year. During his time at Stanford, Jimmy found his passion in public service.
Jake Stuebner graduated from Stanford in June 2018 with a BA in Human Biology and now is working on his MA in Public Policy. He is interested in studying how legal institutions shape society. Specifically, he is keen to understand laws and consider their economic efficiency and fairness.
Isabelle graduated with a concentration in Development and Growth Policies and a minor in Economics. She is passionate about international development and food security, as well as the intersection of the public and private sectors.
2018 Zale Lecture Review: Kevin Warsh By Ben Kaufman