Institutional Equity

Inclusivity During This Time of Pandemic

Ethnic harassment or bullying exacerbates hatred, harms individuals, and is never justified, no matter the circumstances. These behaviors cultivate misunderstanding and fear, and hurt all of us. Michigan Tech does not tolerate discrimination or harassment. As a University, we strive to ensure that all students, faculty, and staff are able to study, work, teach, and learn in an environment that is healthy, safe, and free from bias or discrimination. Through our own language and conduct, we must demonstrate that health and tolerance are compatible values. Both are central elements of educational excellence. For more information or assistance, contact the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at or 906-487-2920, or Institutional Equity at or 906-487-3310. You can also Report a Concern.


Institutional Equity strengthens Michigan Tech's commitment to a just and respectful community that is accessible to all individuals and free from discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct.

Contact Information

  • Fall and Spring Semesters:  Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Summer Semester:  Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Staff Listing

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Beth Lunde-Stockero
Executive Director
Institutional Equity
Room 310, Administration Building
Phone: 906-487-3310 or


Kirsti Arko, PhD
Title IX Coordinator
Assistant Director
Institutional Equity
Room 310, Administration Building
Phone: 906-487-3310



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