With the belief that a commitment to diversity is a commitment to excellence, the Equity and Inclusion Initiatives team provides a forum for students to access resources, build community, and collaborate collectively toward our shared goals of equity and excellence in engineering.
We seek to advance a culture of accessibility, respect, inclusion, and empowerment at Stanford Engineering. Our goal is to ensure that diversity efforts are not siloed but are ingrained in the very fabric of the institution. We work to support all students, but particularly those whose backgrounds and narratives are often underrepresented in the field of engineering.
The Engineering Equity Innovation Partnership (EEIP) micro-grants serve as a resource to provide students with the agency to plan and coordinate your own programs, projects, events, and other initiatives related to diversity, inclusion, belonging and wellness in the School of Engineering. We supply micro-grants of up to $1000 per academic year.
EIIP Grants serve as support for programs and projects that:
The Micro-Grant Application Process
Stanford Engineering undergraduates and graduate students who are in good academic standing. Both individuals and teams/student groups are eligible. Projects will only be funded during the quarter in which they have been submitted.
Please note that EEIP cannot provide funding for conferences or travel.
How does it work?
A post-activity report must be submitted after the program is completed to receive reimbursement. Please submit your report within one week of the program completion date.
If you have any questions about the EEIP form please contact Ngoc Tran, Student Services Officer for Equity and Inclusion, at firstname.lastname@example.org.