Office of Faculty Development and Diversity

Campus Resources

Resources and Campus Organizations

Diversity Works at Stanford
Diversity Works is a consortium of departments and offices across Stanford University whose work involves issues relating to a diverse population of all the members of our campus community, undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff. This site contains a large number of links to offices and campus organizations of interest.

Diversity and Access Office
This office ensures University compliance with federal, state, and local regulations concerning diversity and disability. The following descriptions explain our primary responsibilities and the services we provide. To accomplish our mission, we work collaboratively with Vice Presidents, Deans, Department Chairs, Administrative Managers, and Human Resources staff who have direct responsibility for achieving the University's objectives. We also provide an array of services designed to help solve specific problems and to ensure that all staff have a forum in which they can air concerns. Our goal is to effectively address issues before they become formal grievances.

Worklife Office
The WorkLife Office, a part of Human Resources at Stanford University, supports the University's academic mission through direct services and by developing collaborative partnerships within Stanford and the surrounding community to assist faculty, staff, and students in reaching a comfortable balance between their work, study, personal and family lives.

CCSRE
Established in November 1996, the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) at Stanford University provides many opportunities for teaching and research on topics of race and ethnicity from both domestic and international comparative perspectives. Drawing on the intellectual interests of over one hundred Affiliated Faculty representing fifteen departments and programs and five different schools at the University, CCSRE has infused ethnic studies with a new vitality through its research and teaching divisions.

Academic Affairs
The Office of Academic Affairs exists to provide a support system for faculty who serve in clinical, teaching, and research roles, to facilitate recruitment, appointment, retention and promotion of faculty, to sponsor programs such as Faculty Mentoring and Council on Diversity, and to disseminate faculty-related information via Faculty Affairs Network, Medical Faculty Handbook and this web site.

Stanford Faculy Development Center
The Stanford Faculty Development Center for Medical Teachers disseminates teaching improvement courses to medical faculty nationally and internationally and provides teaching improvement support to medical teachers at Stanford University School of Medicine in undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education through workshops and consultation.

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