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06/27/91

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Carnochan assumes new IIS position

STANFORD -- Brigitte Carnochan, assistant provost for development, has been appointed associate director for external affairs of the Institute for International Studies at Stanford University.

Starting June 16, Carnochan assumed responsibility for development and public affairs activities, including publications and marketing programs, of the institute and its 15 centers and programs.

In five years as assistant provost, Carnochan guided the fund-raising activities of all interdisciplinary centers and institutes reporting to the president or provost, including the Humanities Center, the Haas Center for Public Service, the Stanford program in Washington, the Chicano Research Center, and the Center for the Study of Language and Information.

Institute for International Studies programs include the Americas Program, the Center for International Security and Arms Control, the Environmental Studies Policy Forum, the Northeast Asia-United States Forum on International Policy, the Stanford Japan Center-Research (Kyoto), the California International Studies Project, the California Foreign Language Project, the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, the Center for African Studies, the Center for East Asian Studies, the Center for European Studies, the Center for Latin American Studies, the Center for Russian and East European Studies, the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies (Yokohama, Japan), the Inter-University Program for Chinese Language Studies (Taipei, Taiwan), and the Korean Studies Committee.

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