Stanford Graduate School of Education is committed to creating an environment in which everyone can thrive, learn, and contribute meaningfully to addressing the most pressing education issues in our diverse communities.
Stanford makes available data on the composition of the university community since 2010. The university plans to improve and refine the data it collects, reflecting identities as people experience them, including gender, intersectionality, and invisible differences.
Launching winter quarter 2021, the GSE Office of Inclusion is creating a new council to strengthen and broaden inclusive leadership school-wide. Comprised of faculty, staff, and students, the council will work with the Chief Inclusion Officer to further inclusivity, equity, and racial justice in the GSE community through concrete strategies and plans.
We welcome involvement! To learn more about the Inclusion Council or provide input, contact Eric Abrams. To nominate yourself or another member of the GSE community to the council, please press the button below, and submit the form by December 15, 2020.
On any matters or questions of diversity and inclusion at the GSE, Eric Abrams would be happy to hear from you at email@example.com
GSE students, staff, and faculty are invited to discuss and report incidents or concerns with Eric Abrams at this dedicated email account: firstname.lastname@example.org