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Staff Applications for OVC Council Due 1/19
We are seeking members for the new OVC Staff Council, an effort focused on enhancing work culture, advancing high-priority initiatives, and creating a more inclusive and caring OVC community.
Food for thought
Biology graduate student Juana De La O is building connections through her thesis work in mouse development and her passion for cooking and baking.
Inclusive research for social change
The MIT Student Research Program pairs underrepresented students with opportunities to examine inequity through the IDSS Initiative for Combatting Systemic Racism.
Upcoming Changes at the Office of Minority Education
DiOnetta Jones Crayton, the Associate Dean and Director of the OME, will step down February 2, 2024.
Building technology that empowers city residents
Kwesi Afrifa, a senior majoring in urban planning and computer science, wants to create cultural hubs that are inviting to everyone.
New OVC Employees Nov. 1, 2023 – Feb. 1, 2024
Congratulations and welcome to our the new employees that have recently joined OVC!
Culturally informed design: Unearthing ingenuity where it always was
Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, a doctoral candidate in media arts and sciences and a MAD Design Fellow, researches how technology and tradition intersect in rural spaces, particularly in Colombia.
Introducing the Faculty Job Search Guide
CAPD has created an invaluable resource for PhDs and postdocs to help them prepare for their job search. These examples and how-to guides will with help students navigate the process…
Momentum Program Partners with Blue Origin
Momentum is a 6-unit interdisciplinary design course offered by the Office of Minority Education (OME) during MIT’s Independent Activities Period (IAP). The course is open to all first and second…
Get Involved With CPW!
Campus Preview Weekend is back! From April 11–14, 2024 we will be welcoming the admitted class of 2028 in person. We invite the community to participate by hosting an event,…