DEI Updates

Next Prof Nexus Conference in Atlanta. October 2019. Photo by Marcin Szczepanski/

Diversifying the ranks of engineering faculty

U-Michigan, UC San Diego expand national NextProf program.|Medium Read
A photo of North Campus in spring.

We must do more to confront anti-Asian violence and hatred

Supporting our AAPI communities in the wake of Atlanta shooting.|Medium Read
North campus’ Grove and Duderstadt during fall 2018. Photo: Evan Dougherty

Working to ensure an inclusive CSE climate

In a letter to the community, Dean Gallimore shares three initiatives for a more inclusive CSE climate.|Short Read
ASEE Diversity Recognition Program Bronze badge

Engineering’s diversity efforts draw national recognition

The College was selected by ASEE for its Diversity Recognition Program, earning the organization's highest recognition currently offered.|Medium Read
post-it note on a window reads "for the future and for humanity"

“The Coach Is In” conversation on civil discourse

Four panelists offer guidance on de-escalation and empathy during stressful situations.|Medium Read
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Staying productive in the new normal

In a Q&A, Michigan Engineering's embedded CAPS counselors share tips for staying productive and adjusting to yet another "new normal."|Medium Read
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Engineering seeks to educate on societal racism, bias through new proposals

'We have seen, both through our own data and through the divisive issues society is facing, exactly how urgent this issue is.'|Medium Read
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Two initiatives to enact lasting change

Looking at what's ahead for DEI |Short Read
Portraits of John Foster, Carolyn Kuranz, and Ryan McBride

College DEI grants awarded to NERS

The grants will help the department both recruit and support a diverse student population.|Short Read
Water spouts from the North Campus reflecting pool. Lurie Tower stands in the background.

We all are a big family

“The cosmos is within us. We are made of star-stuff. We are a way for the universe to know itself.”― Carl Sagan|Short Read
University of Michigan students, staff and faculty members participate in writing messages of inclusion and openness in support of Michigan Engineering international students, faculty and staff.

We value our international community

'Our nation is built on immigration and on the creativity that comes from a diversity of perspectives.'|Medium Read

Help eradicate the virus of racism

As scientists and engineers, we have an obligation to focus on solving this big societal problem.|Medium Read