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Stanford students and administrators have begun a series of collaborative discussions to address concerns related to diversity and inclusion raised by the Who’s Teaching Us coalition. This web page has been created to provide updates to the campus community on the discussions occurring and to report on the progress being made in exploring each of the five major areas of concern identified.

Please follow the links below to find updates on efforts that address each major area of concern.

Major Areas of Concern Raised by the Who’s Teaching Us Coalition


Attorney General Jeff Session’s announcement that the Trump administration is ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program came as no real surprise. This is what Donald Trump promised to do if elected president. But let’s be honest. The DACA program was always a stopgap measure instituted by President Obama because of Congress’s failure to fix our broken immigration system. For years, Congress batted around the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, which would have provided immigrants who came as children a path to citizenship.

Q&A with Stanford Humanities Center fellow Charles Kronengold

Charles Kronengold is an assistant professor of music at Stanford University and was an internal faculty fellow at the Center this year. He teaches musicology and film at Stanford and has published widely on music, film, and aesthetics. He is the author of two books: Live Genres in Late Modernity: American Music of the Long 1970s and The James Bond Songs: Pop Anthems of Late Capitalism with Adrian Daub.

Extracurricular Diversity Programs

Concern Area: Extracurricular Diversity: Haas Center for Public Service

Summer Update: Progress as of September 1, 2016

RE:  Continued Discussions/Information Sharing

Nicole Taylor and Tom Schnaubelt have followed up with representatives from the WTU coalition and invited further conversation/discussion.  Tom also shared information about the open positions with WTU representatives as they were being posted, with a request that they help publicize the positions to diverse groups.

RE: Student Input on Planning:

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