Diversity & Inclusion Initiative
Stanford Radiation Oncology is committed to fostering a diverse community in which all individuals are welcomed, respected, and supported to achieve their full potential.
Our goals are to foster diversity and inclusion in the Department of Radiation Oncology by providing department-level infrastructure for inclusion, and serving as a resource for communication of SOM and SHC policies.
Visiting Professor Lectures
Karen Winkfield, MD, PhD, Executive Director Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance gave the lecture “Bridging the Cancer Center Mission with Community Engagement” in June 2021, in partnership with the SCI.
Curtiland Deville Jr, MD, Clinical Director, Radiation Oncology, Johns Hopkins gave the lecture “Physician Workforce Diversity in Radiation Oncology: How Can We Do Better?” in November 2020.
Radiation Oncology’s Underrepresented Minority Postdoc Program (applications will open in early 2022)
June 15-23, 2022: The Office of Institutional Equity, Access & Community is sponsoring several Juneteenth activities June 15-23, both on the main campus and at Stanford Redwood City.
2022 Diversity in Radiology and Molecular Imaging: Artificial Intelligence in Cancer conference
June 20, 2022: An annual conference dedicated to Racial Diversity, Women in STEM, and Global Health.
Fifth Annual Diversity and Inclusion Forum
June 3, 2022: The Stanford Medicine 5th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Forum, hosted by the Office of Diversity in Medical Education, will highlight innovative workshops developed by residents and fellows across Stanford GME programs, with their educational mentors, who have participated in the 2021-2022 cohort of the Leadership Education in Advancing Diversity (LEAD) Program.
- Acts of intolerance protocol
- Reporting a concern
- Discrimination Support & Resources
- Address Workplace Concerns
- School of Medicine Ombuds
- The Office for Religious Life
- Stanford Medicine Office of Community Engagement
- Employee and Labor Relations
- Join a Stanford group
- Stanford Medicine Diversity Cabinet
- Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities Research in COVID-19
- Race, Policing and Public Health (RPPH) symposium (2017)
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is available for students 24/7 at (650) 723-3785 and https://vaden.stanford.edu/get-help-now. Students who are off-campus and traveling can still contact CAPS as a resource.
- The Bridge Peer Counseling Center offers counseling by trained students and can be reached at (650) 723-3392.
- The Graduate Life Office is available 24/7 at (650) 723-7288. Please provide pager ID number 25085 to the operator. GLO can be reached during office hours at (650) 736-7078.
- Residence Deans (RDs) are available to help undergraduates. An on-call RD is available 24/7 at (650) 504-8022.
- The Office for Religious Life offers pastoral care and spiritual guidance and can be reached at (650) 723-1762.
- The Faculty Staff Help Center offers confidential assistance for faculty and staff. More information is available at https://cardinalatwork.stanford.edu/faculty-staff-help-center.
- The Department of Public Safety can be reached at 911 in an emergency or 9-911 from a university phone, and at (650) 329-2413 in a non-emergency.