Find mentorship opportunities, workshops, and more to aid in the success of underrepresented minority doctoral students.
Michigan Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate
Michigan Tech belongs to the AGEP, a network of Michigan universities dedicated to initiatives to support the advancement of under-represented minority students pursing graduate degrees in the STEM fields.
Michigan Tech is a member of GEM
GEM is a unique and powerful national network of universities and employers (corporations and national laboratories). This program and the connections it fosters provides financial support, learning opportunities and skills for highly qualified students from underrepresented groups to succeed in STEM graduate programs. See our students describe GEM at Michigan Tech.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion helps support a Visiting Women and Minority Scholar series. Your group or department can apply for funding to help bring in a female or minority scholar to present and interact with students.
Professional Groups for Minorities
Michigan Tech has several local chapters for many professional associations many of which offer support for minority students such as those listed below. Visit the academic listings on the Michigan Tech Involvement Link to see these and more.
Selected Organizations and Training
- American Indian Science and Engineering Society
- Association for Women in Science
- ASU CareerWISE—resilience training for PhDs in STEM fields
- Black Women in Computing—online community for black women in computing fields
- National Society of Black Engineers
- SACNAS—Devoted to advancing Hispanics, Chicanos & Native Americans in Science
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
- Society of Women Engineers