GENERAL: Where are the basic policies and procedures governing the faculty found?
RESEARCH: Where are the basic policies and procedures governing research found?
DISPUTE RESOLUTION: What are some of the resources that are available to faculty to assist in resolving disputes within the University?
SEXUAL HARASSMENT: What is the University's policy on sexual harassment? What sexual harassment resources are available to me?
The basic policies and procedures governing the faculty are found primarily in the following handbooks:Back to top
- the Faculty Handbook;
- the handbooks of each individual school, (some of which are found online at http://www.stanford.edu/dept/provost/faculty/
resources/deptchair/index.html (SUNET access only);
- the Research Policy Handbook.
In general, see the Department Chair Online Resource Website for assistance to faculty (SUNET access only) in locating the appropriate policy or office to contact on issues including: governance, conflicts of interest, consulting, discipline, intellectual property, political activity and retirement. See also the New Faculty Website for information particularly germane to new faculty at Stanford. In addition, department chairs and the Offices of the Deans in each school are helpful resources.
The basic policies and procedures governing research are found primarily in the Research Policy Handbook, http://www.stanford.edu/dept/DoR/rph/index.html, including policies on conflicts of interest, consulting human subjects in research, intellectual property and financial aspects of research.Back to top
In addition, the following websites are valuable resources:
The following resources may be helpful:Back to top
See generally the following policy: Statement on faculty appeal procedures
- Department chair
- Your cognizant dean
- Office of Campus Relations
Stanford University strives to provide a place of work and study free of sexual harassment, intimidation, or exploitation. It is expected that students, faculty, and staff will treat each other with respect.Back to top
Please refer to the Sexual Harassment Policy Office for links to the University's policy and for options to redress sexual harassment. http://www.stanford.edu/group/SexHarass/. The Office may be contacted directly at (650) 723-1583 or Harass@stanford.edu.
In addition, the following resources may be helpful: