WHEN: Monday, 13 January 202011:45am-1pm   Creating More Inclusive Organizations: Appearance Policies and Authenticity Dr. Opie’s presentation on authenticity and inclusion invites audience members to consider how organizational appearance policies may inhibit or facilitate employee diversity, inclusion and belonging. ​Individuals who’ve participated in similar workshops have said: ● Amazing!!! Phenomenal! Thought provoking!!! Think differently!

  WHEN: Sunday, 19 January 20203:00-4:30pm WHERE: Paresky Auditorium, Williams CollegeWilliamstown, MA 01267     Ethan Zuckerman, a 2016 MIT MLK Leadership Awardee, will be a panelist on the MLK Day 2020 Williams College Alumni Panel on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at Williams College in Williamstown, MA. Zuckerman directs the Center for Civic Media at

  From Boston Globe, 9 December 2019: More than 200 academics from across the United States and other countries denounced Harvard University’s decision to deny tenure to a professor of Latinx Studies, in a letter sent to the university’s president on Monday. Harvard’s decision on Lorgia García Peña [2018-19 MIT MLK Visiting Professor]— who teaches Latinx literatures

UPDATE: The deadline for the MLK Leadership Awards has been extended by one week to Friday, December 6th . We strongly encourage you to nominate a deserving member of the MIT community.  You still have time! Tips on writing a nomination can be found at https://diversity.mit.edu/mlk-leadership-award/nomination-tips/ . Kindly,Acia Adams-HeathCo-lead, Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Planning Committee To

  Terrence Blackman, 2012-13 MIT MLK Visiting Assistant Professor in Mathematics, has been appointed as a new Executive Council member of The National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences (“Math Alliance”)—Building a New American Community in the Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. Math Alliance is a community of math sciences faculty and students with

To the members of the MIT community, Each year, as we consider the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., we are newly inspired by the values that defined his leadership: dignity, integrity, selflessness and moral vision. Rather than fading with time, Dr. King’s influence serves as a constant reminder of the need to keep striving

From MIT News, 8 October 2019: Founded in 1990, the Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Visiting Professors and Scholars Program honors the life and legacy of Martin Luther King by increasing the presence of, and recognizing the contributions of, underrepresented minority scholars at MIT. MLK Visiting Professors and Scholars enhance their scholarship through intellectual engagement