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recognizing and appreciating a wide range of cultural and global perspectives

Negotiation and Influence Deadline

No matter how excellent your ideas, most significant achievements require the ability to communicate with and influence others. This workshop examines the theory, research, and practice of negotiation across a variety of settings. It provides multiple opportunities for students to develop negotiation skills through role-plays, exercises, and useful analytical frameworks.

1st Annual Diversity and Inclusion Forum

Join us for the First Annual Diversity and Inclusion Forum! This event will highlight innovative workshops developed by our pediatric trainees and faculty mentors who have participated in the inaugural LEAD (Leadership Education in Advancing Diversity) Program. We will provide tools and strategies to enable you to become effective change agents for diversity and inclusion in medical education. The event will be an enriching opportunity for faculty, trainees, students, postdocs, and staff and will include a Pediatric Grand Rounds lecture.

Volunteer Opportunities Fair

Burst the Bubble – Get involved in the community! Learn from 20+ local organizations how you can make an impact in the areas of education, poverty, health, environmental sustainability, and more, during the school year or during the summer. Lunch will be provided for those who RSVP.

CCSRE Faculty Seminar Series | "Race Talk Across the Disciplines: Four Stanford Scholars Examine the Semantics of a Troubled Term"

What is “race”? What is “ethnicity”? This special panel event brings together four CCSRE scholars talking about how they understand the terms “race” and “ethnicity” from their own disciplinary perspectives. Participants include Tomás Jiménez (Sociology), Marci Kwon (Art & Art History), Grant Parker (Classics), and Mélanie Lamotte (Mellon Post-Doc in CCSRE). The panel will be moderated by Paula Moya (English).     

Fellows Forum: Beyond the Stanford Bubble: Teaching Through Community Engagement

Classroom learning can be strengthened by structured and reciprocal engagements with the broader community. Explore what we know about student learning through community engagement and discover practical tips on how to integrate community engaged learning into your teaching and the resources available to you at Stanford and beyond.

Luke Terra, MA '08, PhD '14, associate director and director of community engaged learning and research, Haas Center for Public Service

Solo Success: How to Thrive in the Academy When You’re the Only ______ in Your Department

The Solo Success Workshop is specifically designed to address the unique concerns of underrepresented graduate students and postdoctoral scholars entering academia.
Facilitated by Dr. Anthony Ocampo, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars will learn about common topics described by underrepresented faculty:
• Feeling overwhelmed by service requests related to diversity
• Pressure to serve as role models, advisors and mentors to all _______ students


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