- Defining Diversity & Inclusion (PDF)
- The Four Layers of Diversity (PDF)
- Creating an Inclusive Workplace (PDF)
- Privilege (PDF)
- Barriers to Inclusion: Stereotype Threat (PDF)
- What is Affirmative Action (PDF)
Institute Community Equity Office ICEO runs a comprehensive diversity resource for the MIT community. Their mission is to advance a respectful and caring community that embraces diversity and empowers everyone to learn and do their best at MIT.
Council on Staff Diversity and Inclusion The Council on Staff Diversity and Inclusion is an advisory body charged with encouraging and informing efforts to use the diversity of MIT's staff to advance the work of departments, laboratories, and centers.
Adaptive Technologies for Information and Computing (ATIC) ATIC) ATIC provides information technology services, tools, and consulting to MIT students and staff with disabilities.ATIC provides information technology services, tools, and consulting to MIT students and staff with disabilities.
Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgendered (LBGT) Issues Group The LBGT Issues Group is a committee of faculty, staff, students, and alumni that seeks to foster a safe and welcoming environment. The group also works to ensure that MIT's educational mission is upheld for all students regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory Diversity Lincoln Laboratory is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workforce. All employees are recognized as contributing to an environment founded upon technical excellence and outstanding innovation.
MIT Work-Life Center The MIT Work-Life Center fosters a welcoming and supportive environment that enhances the lives of the diverse mix of people and families who live, work, and study at MIT.
Working Group on Support Staff Issues (WGSSI) WGSSI brings together support and administrative staff throughout the Institute to address issues of concern to the more than 1,500 support staff employees at MIT.