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About Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning

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Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning includes a broad portfolio of responsibilities that support an institutional focus on equity, inclusion, belonging, student learning outside of the classroom, and preparation for meaningful careers and leadership in a complex world.

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This involves extensive engagement with the alumni, faculty, and staff of Stanford’s diverse communities, organizations and networks. The unit also facilitates care for student communities on campus, proactively fostering positive, inclusive community development and facilitating problem-solving when complex community issues emerge.

Emelyn dela Peña

Emelyn dela Peña

Meet the associate vice provost for Inclusion, Community and Integrative Learning.