A Message from the Vice Provost
The Office of Faculty Development hopes that you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy in these exceptional times. We especially appreciate and thank you for your flexibility in switching from in-person to virtual classess and adapting your research programs in the face of the Bay Area's shelter in place orders.
We are aware that you have many concerns during these changing times. Many of you have young families and undoubtedly school and daycare closures have been a signifcant challenge. Financial worries also may arise because a spouse or partner may be unable to work or has lost a job. Some of you may be wondering about the status of your tenure review or re-appointment. Others may be needing mental health support for themselves or a loved one.
In order to better support you at this time, we are asking for your feedback as our office is actively working together with our campus partners and University leadership to address your needs and issues. In the coming weeks we also hope to host informational webinars to address some of these concerns. Please contact us or email: email@example.com.
Resources and Information:
Graduate School of Education - Stories, activities, tips, and resources from across the Graduate School of Education that address issues facing educators and families now, to support learning and well-being.
- Event: ORA/RMG Town Hall Webinar on Tuesday, April 7th at 9:30 AM. Details are forthcoming.
- Event (may require SUNet authentification): A videorecording of a workshop on Monday, April 6th: The Stanford Neurodiversity Project - Life Interrupted: Managing Stress and Anxiety during a Global Pandemic
- Event (may require SUNet authentification): Research Office Town Hall with Dr. Ruth O'Hara, Senior Associate Dean on Friday, July 17th at 1 PM