Vice Provost and Dean of Research


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  • Brendan M Walsh

    Brendan M Walsh

    Director, Office of International Affairs, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordBrendan develops university-wide strategy and services that make it easier for faculty and students to carry out dynamic international research. He is passionate about finding new and creative ways to promote interdisciplinary research that addresses global issues.

    Brendan leads the International Research Working Group, sponsored by the Vice Provost and Dean of Research, as well as the university's International Response Team. He is a sponsor of numerous technology projects designed to make OIA the international networking hub for Stanford's international activities.

    Brendan has been engaged in international education since 1997, and is fascinated by the impact globalization is having on international higher education.

  • Pauline Larmaraud

    Pauline Larmaraud

    Associate Director, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordPauline supports the Director of the Office of International Affairs in creating, making available and managing services that advance faculty international research outcomes. For example, Pauline is currently working with several other globally-minded offices on campus on a new platform, Stanford Off-campus Learning Opportunities (SOLO). SOLO will aggregate opportunities available to Stanford students to gain experience through Stanford activities (research, internships, public service and so on), making it easier for students to know about them, apply for what seems to be the best fit for them and then prepare those international trips as well as possible to get the maximum academic benefit. SOLO will make it easy for departments and programs all over campus to manage these academic opportunities and help their student travelers make the most of their academic traveling.

  • Pui Shiau

    Pui Shiau

    Coordinator, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordPui supports the Director and Associate Director by delivering services to faculty and departmental administrators to advance international research at Stanford. She leverages her entrepreneurial mind-set and extensive network of on and off campus relationships to help faculty at various stages of project development. Pui can advise on OIA faculty funding opportunities, how to maximize Stanford Profiles to extend research exposure, and ensuring the safety and preparedness of Stanford travelers. She coordinates the university’s international visitor services which we provide to short-term international visitors that include faculty, government officials and dignitaries for the purposes of advancing faculty research and teaching.

    Pui is a member of the University Communications Working Group and contributes to Stanford News to inform the community of international policies, programs and research.

  • Amy Y.J. Lee

    Amy Y.J. Lee

    Coordinator, Office of International Affairs

    Current Role at StanfordAmy joined the Office of International Affairs in 2011. In her role of supporting the Director and Associate Director, she works with faculty and departmental administrators to advance their research activities at the international level. She also liaises with the International Research Working Group convened by the Vice Provost and Dean of Research to help identify new ways to support international research, and the Special Committee on Globalization at Stanford's Board of Trustees. She manages GoGlobal, a portal that aggregates Stanford's international academic activities and improves the website's performance as part of OIA's data integration strategy. She also coordinates academic meetings for international visiting scholars and other short-term visitors from abroad who wish to visit Stanford to exchange best practices and discuss potential collaborations.

    Amy is a Stanford Certified Project Manager and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). She is also a member of the University Communications Working Group and regularly attends Stanford's Service Design Community of Practice.