Diversity

Climate Survey points to opportunities

Campus-wide surveys provide DEI committee with feedback, specific areas to tackle |Medium Read

cultureXchange: Celebrating diversity through shared experience

We all want to have a climate that encourages us to be ourselves and feel celebrated.|Short Read
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Positive chalking builds community

Share messages of positivity and enjoy cider, donuts and lively conversation with the North Campus Community |Short Read
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A champion for STEM diversity

2017 Distinguished Service Award honoree: Tarolyn Buckles|Short Read
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It was our honor: hosting CAARMS23

The Conference for African-American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences is unlike any other conference in the math world. |Short Read

Powell conversation draws thousands

The retired general discussed geopolitics, race and wisdom for the next generation.|Medium Read
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Bringing author Margot Lee Shetterly to campus

More than 1,000 people attended events featuring Margot Lee Shetterly, who spoke about race, gender, science and the history of technology.|Short Read
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U-M sponsors conference for African-American mathematics researchers

Conference for African-American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences is unlike any other conference in the math world. Experience the 23rd conference, sponsored by Michigan Engineering, through the eyes of a Purdue professor. |Long Read

New grad program: Engineering Education Research

New program turns a researcher’s eye on engineering education in the service of better teaching, learning and diversity at U-M and beyond.|Medium Read
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Remembering Mary Golda Ross

She was a brilliant mathematician, Space Race trailblazer, first female and only Native American engineer at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. |Medium Read

Erik Anderson II: Future engineering Jedi

“I don’t see many people that look like me in the field of environmental engineering. It made me want to do stuff like that,” Erik says. “I want to help show other people of color that we can do this too.”|Short Read
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Growing STEM

In 2013, alumna Aisha Bowe co-founded STEMBoard, a technology company. STEMBoard’s goal is to help historically underrepresented youth play a role in designing tomorrow’s technologies.|Short Read