Health and Wellness
At the center of the Department of Bioengineering are great people doing great work. We prioritize the wellbeing of our students, staff, and faculty. There are a broad range of resources available to the Stanford community to help guide, support, and improve your health and wellness. We encourage all to explore these resources, many are available around the clock.
I Know Someone Awesome
This program recognizes contributions big and small from Bioengineering administrative and academic staff. All staff with either academic or administrative appointments in the department are eligible. Please click on the link below to nominate someone and they might win a $50 Visa gift card! Nice! Nominate as many times as you like, you don't have to manage the person you nominate. Nominations are open and are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Staff members are an integral part of the BioE Department, offering a high-level of support for all types of academic and department-related business endeavors. Visit the following pages for detailed information on the different appointment types:
Administrative/Managerial/Technical Staff [Non-Academic Employees]
Academic Staff-Researcher [Academic Employees]
On occasion, researchers and students from other academic institutions or from industry join BioE for limited periods of time to perform research or other educational activities. Visit the following pages for detailed information on the different visitor appointment types:
Postdoctoral scholars are students who have obtained a Ph.D. within the last three years and have been invited to work with a BioE faculty member (for a maximum of five years). Visit the following pages for detailed information on inviting a postdoctoral scholar to join BioE:
The Bechtel International Center [scholars that require visa sponsorship]
The BioE Student Services team provides guidance to students from when they first matriculate to when they graduate. During that process, they also provide and support opportunities for creating community among the student population. Visit the following pages for detailed information on student-related topics: