In light of the University’s newly released policy regarding COVID-19 -- recommending the community minimize social contact -- we encourage students to utilize virtual options when seeking support or information from the Earth Systems Program. Please contact staff via email or phone and we will be happy to assist! Latest information about the University's response to COVID-19 can be found here: healthalerts.stanford.edu
The Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences develops the knowledge, talent and leadership to understand the changing Earth and to help solve the enormous resource and environmental challenges facing the world now and in the decades ahead.
The University is committed to providing a work environment that is conducive to teaching, learning and research. A shared commitment among all members of its community to respect each person’s worth and dignity is necessary for this achievement.
Likewise, the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences is committed to providing a respectful workplace, one that provides an intellectual, collegial, and productive working environment that supports fundamental research and promotes collaboration by valuing:
Those in leadership roles, including faculty, are expected to be especially aware of the potential impact of their behavior on students, staff members, and other faculty members, and as such should consider themselves as role models in the promotion of these principles and values. The department chair is a first level resource with whom a faculty member can discuss concerns. Additionally, the School and the University have resources and a process to address complaints and resolve problems when informal methods of addressing disrespectful behavior do not work.