Institute Reports

MIT’s commitment to fostering a welcoming campus community is grounded in its work to understand and report on issues of diversity and inclusion. Below is a partial listing of the most significant reports over decades authored by members of the MIT community—roadmaps and recommendations that have led to meaningful change. Many, but not all, came as the result of a charge from Institute leadership.

2023Report of the MIT Ad Hoc Working Group on Free ExpressionReport
2022Report of the Indigenous Working GroupReport
2022Report of Working Group on Reimagining Public Safety at MITReport
2022University Engagement with China: An MIT ApproachReport
2022Strategic Action Plan for Belonging, Achievement, and CompositionReport
2022MIT Values Statement Committee Final ReportReport
2022Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Arts, Culture, and DEIReport
2018Reports of MIT Working Groups in Response to 2018 NASEM Report on the Sexual Harassment of WomenReport
2016Report on the Status of Undergraduate Women at MITReport
2015Recommendations of the Black Students UnionReport
2015Recommendations of the Black Graduate Students AssociationReport
2015Advancing a Respectful and Caring Community: Learning by Doing at MITReport
2012Institute Diversity Summit ReportReport
2011A Report on the Status of Women Faculty in the Schools of Science and Engineering at MITReport
2010Report on the Initiative for Faculty Race and DiversityReport
2004Faculty Policy Committee Statement on Representation of Minorities on the Faculty and in the Graduate Student BodyReport
2002Reports of the Committees on the Status of Women FacultyReport
1987Report on Issues, Implications and Recommendations Related to Retention of Undergraduate Minority Students: Science and Engineering FieldsReport
1986The Racial Climate on the MIT CampusReport
1972Role of Women Students at MIT, Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Role of Women at MITReport