aerial image of MTU campus

Michigan Technological University is located within Ojibwa (Chippewa) homelands and ceded-territory established by the Treaty of 1842, the shared lands and waters of Native American nations in Gakiiwe’onaning (Keweenaw Bay), Gete-gitgaaning (Lac Vieux Desert), Mashkii-ziibing (Bad River), Odaawaa-zaaga’iganing (Lac Courte Oreilles), Waaswaaganing (Lac Du Flambeau), Miskwaabikong (Red Cliff), Wezaawaagami-ziibiing (St. Croix), Zaka’aaganing (Sokaogon Mole Lake), Nagaajiwanaag (Fond du Lac), Misi-zaaga’iganiing (Mille Lacs), and Gaa-mitaawangaagamaag-ininiwag (Sandy Lake).

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Sense of Belonging (DEIS) Strategic Plan

The Vice President for Research Office (VPR) supports the implementation of the Michigan Tech’s Vision Statement that we are "a globally recognized technological university that educates students, advances knowledge, and innovates to improve the quality of life and to promote mutual respect and equity for all people within the state, the nation, and the global community.” The VPR Office does this by supporting "research, scholarship, entrepreneurship, innovation, and creative activities that promote sustainable economic prosperity, health and safety, ethical conduct, and responsible use of resources."

Vice President for Research's Diversity Strategic Plan

The Vice President for Research committee has identified the following available core DEIS learning resources. The majority of them entail utilizing the LinkedIn Learning platform. The resources include both foundational material and opportunities for further learning.

Review the instructions on Accessing the LinkedIn Learning Library to connect with its available resources.