Campus-wide resources were stationed in Lobby 13 and satellite locations; students report over 600 goals accomplished.
The MindHandHeart Department Support Project is partnering with academic departments to advance inclusion and well-being in MIT’s learning environments.
Newly created role will foster diversity, inclusion, equity, and positive climate; search for new ICEO will expand.
MIT residence hall opens a craft studio to promote creativity and belonging.
FAIL! brings together prominent scholars to share the challenges and missteps that led them to where they are today.
The seventh round of MindHandHeart Innovation Fund projects have been selected to bring creative wellness and mental health programming to campus.
Student representatives called "conduits" are discussing best practices and planning ways to implement diversity and inclusion programs campus-wide.