respecting differing opinions and backgrounds
VPGE and the Office for Inclusion, Belonging and Intergroup Communication (IBIC) present Social Identity, Cultural Humility, and You: Leadership Skills for Today. This workshop explores social identity and how it shapes our perceptions, experiences, and interactions. During this workshop, participants will gain an understanding of promising practices for becoming inclusive leaders, including breaking the prejudice habit, cultural humility, and micro-inclusions.
Working with a community organization can be a rich learning opportunity, but how can you ensure that you contribute in a meaningful way and avoid inflicting unintended harm?
Explore planetary stewardship from a range of perspectives, including systems and solutions orientations.
Join our Diversity Works discussion with Sharad Goel, assistant professor at Stanford University in the Department of Management Science & Engineering, in the School of Engineering.
There's widespread concern that high-stakes decisions -- made both by humans and by algorithms -- are biased against groups defined by race, gender, and other protected traits.
Join our Diversity Works discussion with Mutale Nkonde, non-resident fellow at the Digital Civil Society Lab, at the Stanford Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society.
Stanford’s vision calls on the university to pursue research that accelerates solutions to the world’s most pressing problems and there are many efforts on campus that engage graduate students in c
Who gets admitted to selective universities and why?
Student-Led Environmental Justice in Engineering Colloquium
The Equity & Engineering Practice Speaker Panel will discuss the importance of environmental justice in the context of engineering practice, with a particular emphasis on Civil & Environmental Engineering. The event will showcase perspectives on social position and the epistemological bases for work in environmental engineering, community organizing in engineering work, and the speakers’ experience with bringing engineers into justice work.
Isabel Wilkerson, Pulitzer Prize winner, celebrated non-fiction writer, and prestigious journalist, joins the Stanford Community on January 28th to share her narrative and stories about race and inherent structural systems of racism found globally, as described in her new book, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents.
For more information on this speaker please visit prhspeakers.com.