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Upstander Intervention

The SHARE Title IX Office collaborates with the Stanford community to stop, prevent, and remedy interpersonal violence and gender-based discrimination through education, culture change, accountability, and empowerment. From this office come these tips on how to be an upstander, which is anyone who makes the choice to intervene to try to make things better. Read this page to learn how to recognize daily acts of harm and learn how to intervene in a sustainable, intentional, and useful manner. If you are interested in learning more, you can contact the SHARE team to request a training session

Last modified 09/22/2021

Stanford Interdisciplinary

Stanford's culture of collaboration fosters a wealth of interdisciplinary research. At the university, 18 interdisciplinary institutes cross school boundaries to produce innovative, collaborative research. Visit the Stanford Interdisciplinary website to learn more about labs, centers, and research opportunities. 

Last modified 09/20/2021

Learning Technologies & Spaces

LTS supports the shared infrastructure of learning technologies and spaces to help facilitate exceptional teaching and learning. We design, implement, provision, operate, and support an ecosystem of platforms, tools, and services as well as technology-rich classrooms and learning spaces. Our aim is to provide great experiences for faculty and students in the use of instructional technology and classrooms to create engaging and accessible learning experiences for our students.

We offer a variety of digital tools and technologies which we encourage you to utilize to enhance your teaching and learning in classrooms. In addition, we have platforms which will allow you to effectively leverage structured evaluation and feedback. Find out how our tools and platforms can help you create engaging and accessible learning for your students.

Last modified 08/09/2018

Stanford Libraries Subject Specialists

Located in libraries throughout campus, SUL's subject librarians provide discipline-specific consultations, advice, and support to guide you through all phases of your research project. A complete listing of subject librarians is available online; librarians can be contacted directly by email or phone. 

Last modified 09/21/2021

Postdoc Programs

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs offers numerous postdoc programs and events throughout the year. Covering everything from social activities and English classes, to pedagogy and mentoring, there are a wide range of events to help postdocs (and interested graduate students, when space permits) make the most out of their time at Stanford and grow personally and professionally. Check out the OPA calendar throughout the year to keep up with what's going on. 

Last modified 09/15/2021

Project Management Tips for Real Life

Stanford's Linnea Williams discusses some simple tools that you can use to make sure that you're working on the right things at the right time. Because there will always be more than you can do.. Follow the video with the session's slides and explore more resources below. (recorded March 2018)

Last modified 09/15/2021

Digitization Services

Stanford University Libraries provides high-quality digitization services for Stanford affiliates. Whether you need something from the Stanford Library or something from another institution digitized, the Digitization Services team will help you get the job done well.

Last modified 09/10/2021

Principles of Ethical and Effective Service

Using examples from its programs, the Haas Center for Public Service offers this resource to help you structure conversations about ethical community engagement and service. Designed for students engaged in service work and faculty applying for service-learning grants, but useful for anyone with an interest in learning more about principles of ethical behavior and leadership.

Last modified 09/15/2021

Mentoring: Creating Mutually Empowering Relationships

While mentoring is often viewed as one person giving and the other person receiving, it can be better defined as a mutually empowering relationship where both parties learn and benefit. This video offers insight into the importance of developing mentoring relationships that are based on both similarity and difference. If you are trying to figure out how a mentoring relationship should work (as either the mentor or mentee), check this video out for a unique point of view and some excellent advice on how to have an effective relationship. All videos from this Voice & Influence series on the VMware Women's Leadership Innovation Lab website include a downloadable discussion guide and links to further resources.

Last modified 09/14/2021

Cardinal at Work Student Resources

Connect with the Cardinal at Work Office's resources for students, including support for children and families, elder care and caregiving, and overall work-life balance. 

Last modified 08/24/2021

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