IR Peer Advisors are a great resource for questions about major/minor course planning, program policies, the declaration process, finding a major advisor, and events & community building. Peer Advisors hold weekly office hours in the IR office lounge during the times listed below.
NEW Coupa Cafe (Green Library) Office Hours! Meet with a Peer Advisor and have a coffee on IR! Tuesdays, 3-4pm.
To contact a Peer Advisor or to make an appointment outside of the listed hours, click on the button below.
irpeeradvice [at] stanford.edu (Contact a peer advisor)
Kelly Kim is a senior majoring in International Relations, minoring in Modern Languages (Mandarin Chinese & Spanish), and coterming in Communication. Her IR specializations are International Security and Comparative International Governance. She is currently a research assistant at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center and has experience working for the Justice Department, State Department, and the Brookings Institution. She is open to chatting about anything from international human rights policies and national security issues to IR class recommendations and major planning!
Marianne is a junior majoring in International Relations and minoring in Economics. Her IR specializations are International History and Culture as well as Economic Development and World Economy. She is particularly interested in US-China relations and the intersection of technology and foreign policy. In working to determine her future life and career goals, Marianne has done research at a think tank, interned at a law firm, and done policy work for a tech company in DC. She has also served as a research assistant on campus. Outside of IR, Marianne loves running, going to museums, and discovering new coffee shops. She looks forward to chatting about anything from classes and internships to the best trails around campus!
Rachelle Rodriguez is a senior majoring in International Relations and History. Her specializations are International Security and Social Development and Human Well-Being. She is primarily interested in international security policies in the Pacific islands, as well as Latin American politics during the Cold War. She spent last summer interning at Fresno State under Cardinal Quarter. Outside of academics, she is a member of Stanford’s Kaorihiva Polynesian Dance group and FLI community on campus.