Excellence through an
Inclusive Faculty Community
Faculty development and faculty diversity are inexorably linked as we advance the next generation of physicians, scholars and educators who reflect the global nature of medicine and science today.
Stanford University School of Medicine is committed to fostering a diverse community in which all individuals are welcomed, respected, and supported to achieve their full potential.
Fostering a diverse learning environment enables the next generation of leaders to incorporate new ways of thinking in discovery and application, and to serve the needs of a diverse society.
We believe that interaction with people with varied backgrounds and life experiences allows us to reach a new level of innovation in education, research and clinical care.
Supporting Faculty Leaders
Academic medical centers need to do everything possible to support the development of leaders who have the skills to respond to the future challenges facing academic medicine. Among our highest priorities at OFDD is to offer leadership programs, networking opportunities, speaker series on cultural considerations, and skills building workshops in order to support the development of leaders who will affect change broadly.
Diversity Resources at the School of Medicine
Diversity is a core value of Stanford Medicine. We strive for excellence and innovation, and neither can be achieved without diversity. Insights are derived from contrasting points of view, and innovation is a product of these differences. In both clinical and research teams, one person’s reasoning becomes the input for the next person’s reasoning. If each collaborator has the same expertise, status, and experience, then the number of new ideas—the building blocks of innovation—could hardly surpass that of the individual working alone.
September 04, 2019 Women Faculty Networking Luncheon: Mary Stutts Bing Dining Room, Stanford Hospital
September 09, 2019 K-Award workshop Dean’s suite boardroom LK320
September 23, 2019 LGBTQ+ Faculty Networking Reception Bing Dining Room, 3rd floor, Main Hospital
October 02, 2019 Women Faculty Networking Luncheon: Carla Pugh Bing Dining Room, Stanford Hospital
October 07, 2019 2019 LGBTQ+ Forum Connections
March 04, 2020 Women Faculty Networking Luncheon: Eila Skinner Bing Dining Room, Stanford Hospital
April 01, 2020 Women Faculty Networking Luncheon: Phil Pizzo Bing Dining Room, Stanford Hospital
The metrics page contains reports, including the Overall Stanford Medicine Diversity Dashboard.
The Academic Biomedical Career Customization (ABCC) program encompasses tools and resources to help faculty achieve career-life fit at different points in their career paths. To get started with the program, you can evaluate your needs using the ABCC Career Planning Tool.
CME course on Unconscious Bias in Medicine
OFDD developed this free CME activity which provides education on unconscious bias in the academic medicine workplace.