Neurodiversity in IT News

Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity

Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity Inspire Change in the Workplace

Four extraordinary leaders passionate about changing the employment landscape for our neurodiverse friends and colleagues shared their insights and experiences.

Neurodiversity in IT Program Starts the Fiscal Year Inspired by New Leadership, Partnerships, and Plans for Growth

Michael Fox, CIO for LBRE, joins the Neurodiversity in IT Program as co-sponsor.

UIT's Jennifer Brooks Earns Award in Stanford Neurodiversity Unity Contest

Jennifer Brooks, IT quality assurance analyst in UIT, and an amateur playwright, won second place in the Stanford Neurodiversity Project's unity contest for her play titled, “Problem Girl: A Play in Three Acts.”

Earn BeWell Berries with the Neurodiversity in IT Program

The Neurodiversity in IT program is now certified to provide BeWell Berries to anyone who attends one of the program’s future brown bag workshops.

Year Up Interns

Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Ramp Up for Year Two

The IT Community’s IDEAL IT program continues to gain momentum as it nears the one-year mark. Launched in Sept. 2018, this diversity and inclusion initiative realized many milestones this year and is now full steam ahead with new targets and goals for year two.

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IDEAL IT: Celebrating Success and Planning for the Future

Efforts to improve inclusion, diversity, equity, and access are well underway in the IT Community at Stanford.