Core values and policy
The School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences is committed to a respectful and inclusive workplace that provides an intellectual, collegial, and productive working environment that supports research, collaboration, teaching, and learning. We share on these web pages our expectations and guidelines for creating a robust culture of inclusion. You may view the entire document in pdf format here.
Excellence, integrity, and transparency in science, the discovery of new knowledge, and sharing knowledge through teaching and outreach not only in our fields of study but in our everyday lives;
Diversity of human experiences and perspectives across gender identity and expression, age, culture, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, ability, and class status, and across academic disciplines at all levels;
Collaboration and the fostering of collegial and productive relationships among students, staff, and the faculty that empower our individual contributions to the success of the School and community;
Respect and courtesy in how we treat all members of the Stanford community, as well as collaborators, work groups, and others;
Accountability for the impact of our individual words and actions and, collectively, for the health, wellbeing, and success of our community;
Growth in our lives and through our work, committing to lifelong learning through humility, curiosity, and intellectual vitality;
Communication that is honest, professional, and constructive; that invites, makes space for, and values all voices.
These values and the practices that follow compose a living document. Every person brings unique qualities, talents and dignity to our Stanford Earth community and, through all voices, our efforts to build a respectful and inclusive workplace will evolve and improve. Feedback is welcome and may be directed to any member of the Respectful Community Committee.
This policy serves to reinforce and further explicate the expectations set forth in the Stanford University Code of Conduct. Should there be a conflict between this document and the University Code of Conduct, the University Code governs.