Resources




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Networking, Alumni Connections, and Career Development

Advocacy and Support

  • Mediation@MIT - mediation practice and training.
  • Ombuds office - helps people express concerns, resolve disputes, manage conflicts, and learn more productive ways of communicating.
  • Office of Student Citizenship - MIT's disciplinary body for making formal complaints and resolving conflicts. 
  • REFs - Resources for Easing Friction and Stress--low barrier, informal, confidential peer counseling service.
  • Student Support Services (S^3) - provides personal advice, consultation, special support, and advocacy (helping with leaves, withdrawals, excused absences, etc.).
  • MIT Guidelines for Raising Complaints about Harassment
  • Ombuds - Discuss or Surface a Concern
  • Title IX at MIT - a resource for Title IX policy and how it is applied at MIT, as well as resources for sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, gender discrimination and sexual assault. 
  • Mind and Hand Book - MIT's standards, guidelines, regulations, and procedures regarding general behavior and policies for all undergraduate and graduate students including those residing in Institute-approved housing and living groups.
  • Institute Community and Equity Officer (ICEO) - a resource for students who have any concerns about equity regarding race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, or any other characteristic leading to potential discrimination.

Women's Groups @ MIT

Health and Wellness

General Health and Wellness

Violence and Assault Prevention and Awareness

Nutrition and Fitness

Housing, Childcare, Family, Spouses & Partners

Other Women's Groups

At MIT

Boston and Cambridge

LGBTQ

Undergraduate Resources

Outreach

General Interest - Books, Art, Film and Classes about Women and Gender

Blogs, Articles and Organizations of Interest

Books

Film and Culture

  • Chicks Make Flicks - curated film series presenting work by New England women filmmakers. Free admission; screenings are followed by discussion.
  • Technology and Culture Forum - sponsors lectures and symposia that address critical issues: exploring the role of science in promoting changes, ethical implications of innovation, etc.

Courses and Research

Other Resource Collections

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