Faculty Anti-Bias Training Resources
This page features resources to assist faculty members and administrators in leading discussions or workshops with faculty in departments or schools on anti-bias topics.These materials were developed in consultation with a committee of faculty members and administrators from four schools ( Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences; Education; Engineering; Humanities & Sciences) and the Center for Teaching and Learning.
The guides listed below provide background material, definitions, links to websites, videos, self-assessments and tools that can be used to customize meeting agendas and workshops. In addition, individuals may also use these materials for self-study.
A Guide to Using the Faculty Anti-Bias Training Resources (Stanford only) – ideas for how to use the materials available through this site and links to access them.
Guides in PDF Format:
- Recognizing and Addressing Microaggressions (Stanford only)
- Essential Conversations in the Classroom (Stanford only)
If you have questions about these materials or want to make suggestions for additions or changes, please email Susan Drange, associate vice provost, Office of Faculty Development, Diversity and Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to all the Stanford partners who contributed materials for this site, including the School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences, the School of Medicine, the Graduate School of Business and the Center for Teaching and Learning.