Diversity

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The Wellness Center seen from the hall

Wellness Zone is a new health resource

From massage chairs to yoga, the North Campus resource will help students manage stress.|Short Read
Michigan Engineering logo

New staff committee will focus on DEI

The committee welcomes ideas for helping staff work and grow in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion |Short Read
Uche Eke

Uche Eke: A Balancing Act in Computer Science

Uche Eke is a senior studying computer science. He's also a student athlete and is one of a small number of black students enrolled in the CS program at Michigan. With Black History Month drawing to a close, we caught Uche between his classes and the gym to learn about his time here.|Medium Read
A portrait of a female graduate student.

Stories of #HerEngineering

Nine Michigan Engineering graduate students share their experiences as women in their field.|Medium Read
U-M Society of Women Engineers.

Women Engineers lift up next-generation

The Society of Women Engineers took students to the Women Engineers conference, where engineers from diverse backgrounds shared their stories to inspire and encourage young engineers to break barriers and advance the field.|Medium Read
Lynn Conway up close

When pioneers disappear from history

Tech leader Lynn Conway explores why women and underrepresented minorities lose credit for their contributions over time.|Medium Read
Prof. Rada Mihalcea

Making a difference for women in academia

Mihalcea has dedicated substantial effort to developing programs aimed at introducing women to the world of computing|Short Read
Lynn Conway, Emerita Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, speaks at a U-M Workshop on Nano and Micro Manufacturing

Lynn Conway encourages graduates to embrace coming social change

Professor emerita and transgender advocate Lynn Conway delivered the 2018 Winter Commencement address to U-M graduates. |Medium Read
Jeanne Murabito smiling behind a microphone

Jeanne Murabito receives Distinguished Diversity Leader award

Murabito’s work has brought STEM education and hands-on experience to struggling inner-city schools for nearly a decade.|Short Read
Tim Bruns, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Michigan Engineering and his students observe the buccal mass of an aplysia Californica (sea slug) moving. Photo by Photo by Marcin Szczepanski

Culture is key

Why Michigan Engineering is focusing on getting it right.|Short Read
Students register to vote at the impactXchange on North Campus of the University of Michigan. Photo: Joseph Xu

Beyond college midterms, North Campus students are focused on midterm elections

More than 500 attended impactXchange, an event designed to encourage civic engagement.|Short Read
Grace Hopper attendees

Students celebrate women in computing at Grace Hopper

“When you constantly feel like you're a minority, it is reassuring to attend events like GHC to remind you that you are not alone.”|Medium Read