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Equity and Access in a Learning Community (IDEAL)

Foundational gift aims to advance diversity and inclusion

Philanthropic support from Tonia, ’92, and Adam Karr will support research on race and education and endow the directorship of the Black Community Services Center.

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Stanford’s IDEAL initiative makes substantial progress toward goals

The campus-wide efforts to promote diversity, equity, access and inclusion have expanded significantly in the academic year 2020-21.

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Two IDEAL initiatives to launch this summer

Two upcoming strategic initiatives will move diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives forward this summer.

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Applications open for summer IDEAL Pedagogy Learning Community

The Center for Teaching and Learning invites Stanford instructors to apply to join its summer IDEAL Pedagogy Learning Community, which is dedicated to advancing inclusive and equitable teaching.

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Stanford Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Survey now open

Stanford launched its first-ever Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) survey as part of the IDEAL initiative.

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IDEAL Staff Advisory Committee seeks to enhance staff experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion

The work of the committee is focused on five areas: diversity and leadership, HR policies and procedures, engagement and culture, learning and development and community engagement.

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Furthering diversity and racial justice at Stanford

Provost Persis Drell shares information about recent developments in the university’s effort to advance diversity, equity, inclusion and racial justice at Stanford.

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New demographic data released on Stanford students, faculty and staff

New dashboards on the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access in a Learning Environment initiative (IDEAL) website represent the composition of the Stanford community in greater detail.

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Stanford receives foundational gift for Asian American Activities Center

In honoring their father, alums Will and Angie Hsu have created a fund to support diverse needs of Asian and Asian American students.

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