Physics department head honored for diversity efforts
October 9, 2012Bertschinger to receive honor from MAES-Latinos in Engineering and Science
Harris to receive President’s Award from NOBCChE
September 14, 2012National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers to honor professor, associate provost on Sept. 28.
MIT and peer institutions file Supreme Court amicus brief supporting consideration of race in admissions
August 14, 2012The Institute and 13 other leading universities reaffirm the value of diversity as justices consider a challenge to undergraduate admissions policies at the University of Texas.
Five things about the Office of Multicultural Programs
February 17, 2012Inaugural director La-Tarri Canty discusses OMP’s purpose and plans.
MIT honors Martin Luther King Jr. at 38th annual breakfast
February 10, 2012Diversity and education among breakfast-table topics.
2011-2012 Xerox-MIT fellows celebrated
December 7, 2011Fellowship program was established to support top-tier engineering students — especially women and other groups traditionally underrepresented.
DOW-MIT Access Program shows reality and rewards of graduate school
October 17, 2011Weekend of activities introduces undergrads to opportunities in chemical engineering, chemistry and materials science.
Rambeloarison and Wang win inaugural Isabelle de Courtivron Prizes
May 19, 2011New MIT prize honors cross-cultural fluency — an ability key to leadership and success in today's global world.
Alum-astronaut Robert Satcher: ‘We need to get everybody on board’
February 24, 2011Delivers keynote address at the annual Laureates and Leaders induction ceremony
IAP active bystander workshop taping: a huge success
February 14, 2011Sloan fellows and MBAs work together to develop videos to train future student leaders.
MLK Leadership Awards honor three individuals, one program
February 11, 2011Recognize service that reflects the civil rights leader’s ideals
A foundation for building
February 2, 2011How MIT’s first African-American graduate, Robert Taylor, became a prominent architect and brought the MIT philosophy across regional and racial barriers.
CNN's Martin to deliver keynote address at MLK Jr. breakfast
January 31, 201137th annual event taking place Feb. 9; registration required by Feb. 5
LBGT@MIT launches new "You are Welcome Here Campaign"
December 2, 2010Community members invited to join by posting YAWH card
Chancellor Phillip L. Clay to step down
November 2, 2010Hailed by President Hockfield as ‘an exceptional leader,’ he leaves a remarkable record of achievement.
MIT welcomes 8 MLK visiting professors and scholars
September 17, 2010Scholars’ diverse backgrounds enhance MIT community, research and teaching.