News articles classified as Diversity

Overturning immigration myths

In a new book, Ran Abramitzky and his co-author trace millions of immigrant lives to understand how they – and their children – thrived in the United States.

Stanford Graduate School of Business —

Hey, employers: Job hunters really want to see your diversity data

New research finds that a majority of job seekers care about potential employers’ demographics and diversity so much that most would consider sacrificing a higher salary to work at a more inclusive company.

Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences —

Q&A: Disability in the geosciences

As part of a series celebrating and discussing identity, four Stanford Earth community members talk about how disability, neurodivergence and chronic illness have informed and impacted their careers.

Finding fortitude from the diaries of a man who escaped slavery

As Juneteenth approaches, Stanford law Professor William Gould IV shares how the journals of his great-grandfather, who escaped slavery and fought against the Confederacy in the American Civil War, inspired him throughout his career and personal life.

Stanford Today —

DEI Survey opens next week

During the week of May 10, members of the Stanford community will receive an invitation to take part in the first-ever university-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Survey as part of the IDEAL initiative.

Stanford Today —

Stanford staffer illustrates diverse children’s book

Molly Match, a children’s book featuring a little Black girl that was illustrated by a Stanford staffer, has sparked meaningful discussions about inclusion, diversity and equity on campus.