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Stanford Redwood City: Who's moving next and what it means to you, Part 3

entrance to Discovery Hall

As staff occupy the first two buildings, we answer more of your questions about how the services and programs you rely on will continue to operate across the campuses.

The first staff of the new Stanford Redwood City campus are now in Cardinal Hall, and University Hall is continuing to welcome departments as they transition through mid-May. We reported in March about the services provided by those groups in University Hall, and any impacts to the university community. We also provided a preview  of the new campus in the Welcome to Stanford Redwood City video. And Parking & Transportation recently provided tips for travel between the two campuses.

Now, we take a look at the groups from the School of Medicine who are moving into Discovery Hall from late May through late June.

Discovery Hall residents

For the full list of School of Medicine units moving to SRWC, visit the Departments page.

  Program/Activity Changes you may see
Office of Communications & Public Affairs Interviews with researchers

Interviews may be done over the phone, rather than in person, as possible

Human Resources Group (HRG) Operations meetings Overall, fewer face-to-face interactions and more meetings held via Zoom
Salary briefings, job discussion meetings & trainings More meetings held via Zoom
Employee relations meetings Employee relations meetings will continue to be held in-person
Research Management Group (RMG) Faculty led meetings and committees RMG staff will travel to campus to participate in these meetings/committees
Fellowship proposals and awards Postdocs may need to travel to SRWC to obtain signatures for documents that require a wet signature
SMART meetings Meetings will sometimes be held on the main campus and sometimes on SRWC
Fiscal Affairs Communication with faculty and staff Most interactions with individuals will be done by Zoom, email, and phone
Conflict of Interest Review Program Communication with Faculty/CE's and administrative staff Most communication will be over Zoom or via email; in-person meetings will be held as requested or required
Information Resources and Technology (IRT) Customer meetings More meetings through Zoom, rather than in person, when possible
Clinical Departments Orientations, trainings, visa applications, exit process, faculty and department meetings Processes for these and other programs and activities will be handled within each of the departments that are moving to SRWC; information about process changes will be shared through intra-departmental communications channels

Next up

The final building to be occupied at Stanford Redwood City is Academy Hall. Be on the lookout this summer for more information about service changes for the various departments moving in July.

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