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CREATEngagement Resources

CREATEngagement Faculty Checklist

The CREATEngagement Faculty Checklist is intended for faculty members, department chairs and administrators as a tool to help guide thinking about how to create a more engaging faculty climate within the department or school. It provides a framework of five characteristics of a positive and engaging department/school climate, grouped together with actions supporting each characteristic. Individuals or groups can use this checklist to identify activities that already exist in the department/school and to think about others that might be employed to increase faculty engagement. It can be used as a discussion starter. Use in conjunction with CREATEngagement Toolkit.

CREATEngagement Checklist

Link for Stanford Faculty Quality of Life Survey 2019 - Results

https://facultysurvey.stanford.edu/survey-results

Example of Community Policy on Respectful and Inclusive Behavior - Stanford School of Earth, Energy & Enviromental Sciences

https://earth.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/inline-files/SE3%20Policy...

https://earth.stanford.edu/our-values

Additional Resources

Brown University Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit, Guideline #3: Enhance Respect
https://www.brown.edu/about/administration/institutional-diversity/resources-initiatives/resources-students-faculty-staff-and-alumni/diversity-and-inclusion-toolkit#3

Effective Policies and Programs for the Retention and Advancement of Women in Academia- WorkLife Law, UC Hastings College of the Law, January 2013
https://worklifelaw.org/publication/effective-policies-and-programs-for-retention-and-advancement-of-women-in-academia/

Gender Equity Guidelines for Department Chairs – AAUP
https://www.aaup.org/issues/women-higher-education/gender-equity-guidelines-department-chairs

Goals for Physics Department Climate – Duke University
https://studylib.net/doc/11560534/faculty-resolution-adopted%20-february-24-2003

University of California Campuses - Principles of Community
https://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/working-at-uc/our-values/principles-of-community.html