Kuheli Dutt of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory will deliver the MC&G seminar virtually on Tuesday July 21st at 12:15pm. Information will be posted when available here. The citation for Kuheli Dutt’s recent paper is: Dutt, K. Race and racism in the geosciences. Nat. Geosci. 13, 2–3 (2020), linked here.
UPDATE: Recorded event available here. MBLs Friday evening lectures are kicking off July 3 with Hannah Valantine from the National Institutes of Health. Visit MBLs website for more information: MBL Public Events Calendar
Please join the Diversity Advisory Committee for the 2020 Ambrose Jearld Jr. Lecture July 23,2020 at 2pm on zoom. For more information and to register please visit: https://www.woodsholediversity.org/events/ambrose-jearld-jr-lecture/ Registration is required for this event.
You are invited to an event organized by community members to highlight voices of local people of color. Curated storytelling and art will center on racism, police brutality, marginalization, and life as a minority here on Cape Cod. The event is Saturday, July 11th at 2pm on the Hyannis Village Green.
WHOI’s Ying-Tsong (Y.T.) Lin has become the first WHOI scientist to visit Challenger Deep in person and only “the 12th person in history and the first person of Asian descent to visit ocean’s deepest seafloor.” Dr. Lin is a scientist in the Ocean Acoustics & Signals Lab in the Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering department.…
Amid this year’s Black Lives matter protests and charged atmosphere, Juneteenth is receiving widespread recognition. George Floyd’s brutal murder has sparked a national reckoning on race and police brutality. Even before today’s demands for more transparency and accountability in policing, and racial justice in our society, remembrance of this piece of American history was having…
June is Pride Month, when we reflect on the rights, dignity, and equality afforded in our society to our LGBTQ+/GSM community. It is ordinarily a time for celebration. This year, in the wake of George Floyd’s brutal murder, many LGBTQ+ Pride organizations across the country have come together to lift the voices of Black LGBTQ+…
On Friday the WCC and the CDI co-hosted a WHOI CommuniTea to give our WHOI community time to reflect and process together in the wake of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of police officers. Over 250 people joined to listen and learn from thoughtful presentations framing the difficult conversations that we must have to…
On Wednesday in Woods Hole, “more than 300 people—including engineers, chemists, and microbiologists—marched to support the Black Lives Matter movement and condemn institutional racism in academia and science.” Community members stopped business as usual to reflect on anti-black racism in America, recognize ways academia perpetuates harmful narratives, and plan ways to stop injustice. See local…
We were invited to speak to the AOPE senior staff at the weekly meeting today. Our presentation can be found on our internal page here. We introduced the work of the CDI and ways for everyone to be involved. Thank you to everyone who attended for the warm reception and your engagement! The discussion afterward…
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June 10, 2020
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June 11, 2020
The Week In Photos - June 12, 2020
June 22, 2020
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June 26, 2020
WHOI Researcher Dives to Challenger Deep
WHOI News Release
June 30, 2020
How one science hub grapples with diversifying STEM
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