In addition to our many programs and services, the Office of Minority Education (OME) Deans also provide free, confidential advising for the support and enrichment of your MIT experience. You are welcome to make an appointment with the Deans at any time by contacting the OME at 617.253.5010 or ome [at] mit.edu (omemit[at]mit[dot]edu). We can also provide information about referrals to other supportive offices at MIT.
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A podcast series on health-related topics that matter to the MIT Community.
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- How to Respond to Microaggressions (video), Dianne Green, ADP
- How to Handle Microaggressions (article), Elena Richards, PwC
An editorial exploration on the state of women in STEM with several interviews from women in the industry and a collection of scholarships
Featuring paths of study, specializations, job options, as well as an interview with a woman with 23 years of experience working in STEM
Women in Computing
datascience@berkeley explores the history and influence of women in computing, and reviews the state of the gap between women and men in computing today.
This article reviews the history of women in computer science, current opportunities for women, and resources to help women explore and grow in computer science fields.