How do we as individuals, and as members of the MIT community, make sense of the events of this past year? From the tragic to the historic, issues related to diversity, justice, and personal responsibility were front and center – across the country and on our campus.
Through remarks, a faculty panel discussion, a keynote speaker (Jelani Cobb, director of Africana Studies and associate professor of history at the University of Connecticut and New Yorker staff writer) and various workshops, the 2016 All-MIT Diversity Forum will offer students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to learn from each other and discuss complex issues. Ultimately, the goal is for participants to reflect, understand, and act.
Please visit the All-MIT Diversity Forum page for details and save the date of April 29. Registration will open in March.