Events – 2021

Black Community Conversations Flyer, details below

MIT Black Community Conversations: LBGTQ+ Inclusivity

Thursday, February 25 @ 8:00 pm EST

Via Zoom

Building Ujima; collective work and responsibility.

MIT Dome

MIT Forum for Equity: Equity in Engineering Education

Wednesday, February 24 @ 12:00pm EST

Virtual Event

Three MIT alums who hold research and/or leadership roles at engineering schools will address their own efforts to understand and improve STEM curricula in engineering disciplines.

Hack for Inclusion Logo

MIT Sloan Hack for Inclusion

Friday, February 19 - Sunday, February 21

Virtual Event

Get placed on a team and spend the weekend working together to solve a real organization challenge related to DE&I, with the chance to win up to $5,000 for your team!

Dr. Jamie Macbeth

MLK Visiting Scholar Luncheon: Dr. Jamie Macbeth, Human Against Machine

Wednesday, February 17 @ 12:00pm

Virtual Event

How does artificial intelligence understand meaning, and how close is that understanding to our own?

MLK Artwork featuring scroll, people of all races and abilities cheering

47th Annual Martin Luther King (MLK) Jr Celebration

Tuesday, February 10 @ 11:00am - 1:00pm EST

Virtal Event

Join our yearly celebration luncheon - this time, virtually!

BHM Flyer, details in event

Career Advice for BIPOC Professionals

Tuesday, February 9 @ 1:00 - 2:00pm EST

Via Zoom

With Paul Francisco, Senior Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer of State Street Corporation with moderator Dr. Asegun Henry, MIT Associate Professor & Director of The ASE Research Group.

Reimagining Public Safety with MIT BGSA

Reimagining Public Safety

Thursday, February 4 @ 1:00pm - 2:30pm EST

Live Webinar

An educational community event about the "Defund the Police" movement and steps to investing in holistic safety.

Hands in a circle

Engineering Social Change

Wednesday, February 3 @ 3:00pm

Via Zoom

An interactive panel discussion with MIT Alumni and Students on the topic of Engineering Social Change w/Nwanacho “Nacho” Nwana 20'

Charles Senteio

MLK Visiting Scholar Virtual Luncheon with Charles Senteio

Tuesday, January 26 @ 12:00pm

Via Zoom

Why information technology stands at the intersection of wellness, communication, and equity.

ICEO Community Dialogues, Intro to Restorative Practices, details in description

ICEO Community Dialogues: Introduction to Restorative Practices

Tuesday, January 19 @ 12:00pm

Zoom available upon registration

An intro workshop for all those looking to learn about restorative practices and restorative justice.