Communication and branding resources on this page are available for use by Stanford Pediatrics faculty and staff to promote the mission and work of the Department of Pediatrics. Please note that most links on the site are SUNet protected. 

Department of Pediatrics Brand Identity

Department of Pediatrics Logos


Please note that the resources provided below contain the approved department logo with the Stanford Medicine branding. Please do not edit the logo or change the aspect ratio without permission.

Complete 2023 Logo Package for MAC OS users

Complete 2023 Logo Package for PC users

Stanford Medicine & Stanford University Brand Identity

Stanford Medicine Brand Center

The Stanford Medicine name and logo are well-established and carry world-class brand equity. It is the responsibility of everyone in the community to use these elements in a consistent manner to maintain a clear, unified brand identity. 



Stanford University Identity Guide

This Stanford Identity Guide provides identity guidelines and best practices that inspire and align Stanford University Communications.


Font / Typography

Stanford University logo

Web design guidelines and best practices

Website, Social Media & Other Resources

News / Stanford Medicine Media Resources

Features/ Good News / Celebrations

If you received an award or have been featured in the news recently and have a link to the coverage that you'd like Department Communications to promote at an upcoming Faculty Meeting and/or social media, please email Eunice Delumen ( 

Stanford Medicine Media Resources/ Print Media / Guidelines for TV/video and digital nedia / Photography requests

The Stanford Medicine Communications team manages all formal press releases and communications.  

For more information and policies related to working with media, please visit:

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Stanford's Land Acknowledgment

Stanford’s Relationships with Native Peoples

What is a Land Acknowledgment?

  • At many gatherings at Stanford, we take a moment to acknowledge the story and significance of the land on which the university sits and the responsibility of stewardship across generations. This show of respect reminds us of Stanford’s connection to Ohlone lands and peoples and encourages ongoing engagement among our communities.
  • This statement is known as a land acknowledgment. It is typically included in written event programs or offered during the welcome or opening remarks.
  • The recommended practice is to welcome participants first, prior to reciting the land acknowledgment. If possible, it is preferred for the acknowledgment to be shared by an invited Native speaker. Another option is to share the video featuring Native students voicing the acknowledgment.