Every four years, MIT administers an Academic Climate Survey to understand the academic and research environment at The Institute.

This survey is:

- Anonymous
- Looking for candid opinions about the environment in your department
- Asking about factors that affect your ability to have a fulfilling and productive time at MIT.

Our mission is to create a safe and inviting community within the MIT Mathematics Department. If you have any feedback or suggestions on what we could improve, please contact diversitycomm@math.mit.edu. Your feedback is confidential and will be taken seriously.

- Reporting options for allegations against students
- Reporting options for allegations against Faculty & Staff
- Responsible Employee Information

- MIT Strategic Action Plan for Belonging, Achievement and Composition — This plan defines three priorities: Belonging, Achievement, and Composition. Each speaks to how MIT defines a healthy, thriving community.
- MIT Institute Community & Equity Office — The Institute Community and Equity Officer (ICEO) serves as a thought leader on the subjects of community, equity, inclusion, and diversity; a focal point for organizing MIT’s related activities and conversations; and a hands-on practitioner who disseminates best practices and inspires the awareness and enthusiasm to help them flourish.
- MIT Office of Minority Education — OME works closely with students who are underrepresented — including African American, Native American, and Latino students — to ensure their academic success while building an essential community among undergraduates, faculty, and staff.
- Math Alliance — Community dedicated to ensuring that every underrepresented or underserved American student with the talent and the ambition has the opportunity to earn a doctoral degree in a mathematical or statistical science.
- Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Initiative (MSIDI) — With funding from the National Science Foundation, the Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Initiative (MSIDI) is a collaboration among the mathematical sciences institutes to increase the participation of underrepresented groups in the mathematical sciences, including women, underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities.
- Tapia Center for Excellence and Equity in Education — The Tapia Center is designed to empower motivated, academically successful, underrepresented students, who are passionate about their education. The programs open Rice University and higher educational experiences to emerging scholars deserving of academic opportunity.
- The Algebra Project Inc. — The Algebra Project uses mathematics literacy as an organizing tool to guarantee quality public school education for all children in the United States of America.
- Aspire: The National Alliance for Inclusive & Diverse STEM Faculty — The vision of Aspire is to increase the learning, persistence, and completion of students from underrepresented groups (URG) in colleges and universities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to increase their contributions to the U.S. STEM enterprise.
- paraDIGMS: Diversity in Graduate Mathematical Sciences — The goal of the paraDIGMS initiative is to create channels of communication, spaces for reflection, opportunities to collaborate, and a greater sense of collective responsibility for the well-being of the profession at the graduate level.
- ADVANCE: Organizational Change for Gender Equity in STEM Academic Professions — The NSF ADVANCE program goal is to broaden the implementation of evidence-based systemic change strategies that promote equity for STEM faculty in academic workplaces and the academic profession.
- National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) — The National Association of Mathematicians (NAM) is a non-profit professional organization in the mathematical sciences with membership open to all persons interested in the mission and purpose of NAM: promoting excellence in the mathematical sciences, and promoting the mathematical development of all underrepresented minorities.
- American Statistical Association’s Committee on Minorities in Statistics — The ASA Committee on Minorities in Statistics’ mission is to foster participation in statistics and data science by members of minority groups that have been historically underrepresented in the field of statistics.

- Living Proof: Stories of Resilience Along the Mathematical Journey(American Mathematical Society)
- Inclusion/Exclusion (American Mathematical Society)

- Menezes Challenge PRIMES Circle — The goal of this program is to increase diversity in the mathematical community by helping strong students from underrepresented groups (including girls, minorities, students with disadvantaged backgrounds and from underserved communities) to develop their interest in mathematics and to set them on a path toward pursuing a math-based major in college.
- MathROOTS — MathROOTS is a 14-day mathematical talent accelerator summer program hosted by MIT PRIMES for high-potential high school students from underrepresented backgrounds or underserved communities who are interested in exploring creative topics in mathematics and problem solving.

- The Math People Myth (TEDxPSU, 2020)
- Meet a Mathematician Videos — The mission of MΣΣT a Mathematician is to share stories of mathematicians from different backgrounds, especially from historically excluded groups, with the aim of introducing students to role models and fostering a sense of community.

- Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering (2017, National Science Foundation)

- Diversity and Inclusion Events at MIT — MIT Events Calendar for Diversity and Inclusion Events

- Mathematically Gifted and Black — Featuring the Accomplishments of Black Scholars in the Mathematical Sciences
- Data for Black Lives — Data for Black Lives is a movement of activists, organizers, and mathematicians committed to the mission of using data science to create concrete and measurable change in the lives of Black people.
- National Society for Black Engineers (NSBE) – The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is one of the largest student-governed organizations based in the United States. NSBE, founded in 1975, supports and promotes the aspirations of collegiate and pre-collegiate students and technical professionals in engineering and technology.

- Documenting the History of Black Mathematicians (2020, American Mathematical Society)
- Moving Mathematics Forward: 20-Years Since the Historic Graduation of Drs. Inniss, Scott, & Weems (2021, American Mathematical Society)
- D4BL Movement Roundtable + Pulse Check: COVID-19 (2020, D4BL)
- “The seas are rising but so are the people”: Data, Disaster & Collective Power (2019, D4BL)
- We are the Leaders We Have Been Looking For: Organizing for Algorithmic Accountability (2019, D4BL)
- We Will Be Counted: the 2020 Census (2019, D4BL)
- Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Education Justice and Mathematics (2019, D4BL)
- Pain, Place, and Race (2019, D4BL)

- The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers — The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) was founded in November 2007 to help Asian heritage scientific and engineering professionals achieve their full potential.
- Chinese Institute of Engineers– USA — Found in 1917, Chinese Institute of Engineers – USA (CIE-USA) is a non-profit professional organization of Chinese-American engineers, scientists and other professionals. The objectives of CIE-USA are to promote

- Asians are good at math? Why dressing up racism as a compliment just doesn’t add up (2021, The Conversation)

- Lathisms — Lathisms (Latinx and Hispanics in the Mathematical Sciences) was founded in 2016 with the mission of showcasing the contributions of Latinx and Hispanic mathematicians during Hispanic Heritage Month United States from September 15 and October 15.
- Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists — MAES aims to increase the number of Mexican Americans and other Hispanics in the technical and scientific fields.
- The Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as (CEMELA) — The Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as (CEMELA) is an interdisciplinary, multi-university consortium focused on the research and practice of the teaching and learning of mathematics with Latino students in the United States.
- Latin American Cibercoloquio de Matemáticas — This is a space designed for the dissemination and celebration of the mathematics of some of the most influential contemporary Latin American mathematicians.
- TODOS: Mathematics for ALL — TODOS: Mathematics for ALL is an international professional organization that advocates for equity and excellence in mathematics education for ALL students – in particular, Latina/o students.
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) – SHPE is the largest association in the nation for Hispanics in STEM. Their mission is to change lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.
- Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) – SACNAS is an inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.

- Efrain Vega’s Youtube channel of Advanced Mathematics Talks in Spanish
- A Chicano Mathematics Contender? (2019, Inside Higher Ed)
- Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Of Mathematicians (2018, Forbes)

- AISES –The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers.
- Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) – SACNAS is an inclusive organization dedicated to fostering the success of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans, from college students to professionals, in attaining advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in STEM.

- MIT Mathematics Women in Math — This website celebrates MIT mathematicians who identify as female in our department and the larger STEM community. We’re interested in advocating for an inclusive atmosphere and promoting gender equity within a largely male-dominated field.
- Undergraduate Women in Mathematics (USWIM) – USWIM is an MIT club for women and nonbinary students who are interested in math.
- MIT Society of Women Engineers – MIT Society of Engineers was founded in 1979. Since then, we have strived to inspire younger generations about engineering, encourage the notion of diversity in engineering, and determine and advocate for the needs of women engineers at MIT and the broader community.
- The Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Program (EDGE) — The EDGE Program is designed to strengthen the ability of women and minority students to successfully complete graduate programs in the mathematical sciences.
- Association for Women in Mathematics — The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1971. The AWM currently has more than 3500 members representing a broad spectrum of the mathematical community — from the United States and around the world!
- AAUW Fellowships and Grants — Since 1888, AAUW has been one of the largest funders of women’s graduate education, investing in women who go on to change the world.
- Women and Mathematics Network (MAA) – The Women & Mathematics Network (WAM Network) is a consortium of Program Directors of outreach programs in mathematics for women and girls.

- A documentary and a Bollywood film highlight two disparate paths in mathematics (2020, Science News)
- A Movement to Close the Gender Gap in Mathematics (2020, Quanta Magazine)
- Karen Uhlenbeck, Uniter of Geometry and Analysis, Wins Abel Prize (2019, Quanta Magazine)
- How Julia Robinson helped define the limits of mathematical knowledge — (2019, Science News)
- Women’s History Month (2018, Notices of the AMS)
- Tribulations and Triumphs of Women in Mathematics (2018, Siam News)
- Maryam Mirzakhani’s mathematical legacy lives on (2017, Massive Science)
- 19 Women Leading Math and Physics (2017, Quanta Magazine)
- Why Are There So Few Women Mathematicians? (2016, The Atlantic)
- The math gap (2009, MIT)

- Spectra the Association for LGBT Mathematicians – Association for recognition and community for Gender and Sexual Minority mathematicians.
- List of all-gender restrooms on campus
- LGBTQ+ Articles on the AMS Blog