Dr. Minor, Dean of the School of Medicine, sent out an important message on Wednesday about fostering a culture of inclusion and respect. Most recently, deep inequalities in race have been brought front and center. At Stanford, inequalities based on gender have also been brought to the forefront. At the CCTO and more broadly at Stanford, it is an imperative that we have an environment that is equitable for all, regardless of race, gender, age, religion, nationality and abilities. We are all part of ensuring this culture as individuals and as a collective. Reporting mechanisms and resources are provided below.
Resources for Sexual Harassment:
· Reporting: Individuals can report to the Title IX Office, Stanford Harassment Policy Office, to a sexual harassment advisor in the School of Medicine or in any school at the university, to their department chair, to any faculty member, to the office of the vice dean of the School of Medicine, Linda Boxer, or the director of faculty relations, Ellen Waxman.
· Info about support and resources can be found at https://sexualviolencesupport.stanford.edu.
Resources for Equity: