We aim to build a community that reflects the demographics of our society and that values empathy and well-being along with academic and professional achievement. Find here the information, programs and resources to support you and our aspiration for a community that recognizes, celebrates and embraces all worldviews.
We support Diversity in the Geosciences, a course that prepares students to address the participation and inclusion challenges uniquely faced in the geosciences, along with other courses in environmental justice.
The first step toward a diverse and inclusive community is awareness. Dig into our DEI library to find articles and books on topics from equity in the classroom to land acknowledgment, anti-Black racism, sexual harassment, environmental justice, and more.
Learn more about our workshops for faculty, staff and students on DEI best practices including inclusive teaching, upstander training, and anti-racism sensitivity.
Learn more about postdoc positions for scholars who advance diversity in the Earth, energy, and environmental sciences.
Find out about our first-year tuition for underrepresented students, along with other financial support for conferences and educational needs throughout the graduate career.
Our #StanfordEarthCelebrates interview series illuminates how our many identities intersect with our work in the geosciences.
Apply to our Summer Undergraduate Research in Geoscience and Engineering (SURGE) program for non-Stanford college students interested in Earth sciences and sustainability.
Engage with organizations across campus through expanded planning, events and resources. Or join an affinity group.
We reach out to targeted institutions and conferences to support diversity in student, faculty and staff recruitment.
Stanford Earth transitioned the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) into its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiativeAs part of an effort to celebrate and discuss identity, five Stanford Earth community members talk about how mental health has informed and impacted their careers.