StanfordWho contains directory information for and about current Stanford faculty and staff. Stanford community members may choose to keep some or all of their contact information private in the public and Stanford-only versions of the directory.
Faculty may change their own information using Axess on the web or by using StanfordYou for service-related information (e.g., email settings). See StanfordYou for details. Faculty and staff may also change their own personal demographic information in StanfordYou. Changes relating to endowed chairs are made by the Faculty Affairs Office: requests for such changes may be submitted to Lynn Dixon.
The University maintains lists of the names, addresses, telephone numbers and electronic mail accounts of faculty members. Distribution lists not publicly available may be used only for University purposes. Use of the distribution lists — including production of listings of file contents, production of mailing labels, and online use of electronic mail distribution lists — is authorized only when all of the criteria below are met:
University distribution lists may not, for example:
Requests for lists may be submitted to Lynn Dixon in the Faculty Affairs Office.
Process servers with a summons or subpoena for documents contained in an individual employee's personnel file should be directed to the Payroll Office for main-campus employees, or to the Manager of Employee & Labor Relations at SLAC. The Faculty Affairs Office is not authorized to accept service of any summons or subpoena.
Stanford does not respond directly to any employment verification requests. Stanford contracts with a third-party service supplier. Employees should follow the employment verification instructions. Requests for information on SLAC employees should be referred to the SLAC Human Resources Department.
Further details on the policies relating to faculty data may be found in Administrative Guide Memo 28.3, Directories and Distribution lists.