Vice Provost and Dean of Research

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  • Natalie Lu-Ann Chang

    Natalie Lu-Ann Chang

    Coordinator, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordNatalie supports the Office's coordinating role in international incident response, and works with units across the university to ensure that faculty and students are well-prepared for international activities through pre-departure training and learning opportunities. She also helps international visitors connect with Stanford's faculty and scholars to advance international research and academic collaborations. Natalie is passionate about information design and international affairs, and has lived and worked in Asia, Europe, and Africa, most recently in South Sudan. She is a Certified ScrumMaster.

    Contact Natalie for:
    - University travel registry
    - International travel preparation
    - International response planning
    - International Exploration Funds

  • Melina Gehring

    Melina Gehring

    Emergency Management Project Coordinator, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordAt the Office of International Affairs (OIA), Melina helps develop strategy and communications infrastructure so that Stanford faculty, students, and staff have access to dynamic and comprehensive information that is relevant to their global research and education. She is a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).

    Before coming to Stanford, Melina worked as an educational consultant in London (UK), supported international graduate students at Dartmouth College, and served as a desk officer at Germany s Federal Foreign Office in Berlin. Melina holds a Ph.D. in American Studies (University of Hamburg) and an M.Phil. in International Relations (University of Cambridge).

  • Brendan M Walsh

    Brendan M Walsh

    Director, Office of International Affairs, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordAs the Director, Brendan is focused on international issues of long-term, strategic importance to the University. His goal is to help the university develop strategy and services that make it easier for faculty and students to carry out dynamic international research. In response to the impact globalization is having on higher education, Brendan works with schools and departments to develop creative ways to promote interdisciplinary research that addresses global issues. Brendan currently leads Stanford International Response Team.

    Brendan has been engaged in international education since 1997, and has a Ph.D. in International Development Education.

    Contact Brendan for:
    - International emergency response and planning
    - New research centers and projects outside of the United States