Links & Resources
Women's Lounges at WHOI
The Women’s Committee is happy to announce the renovation of two Women’s Lounges. Each is equipped with a couch, microwave, sink and small fridge, these lounges provide private, secure spaces to pump, nurse, or rest. The lounges are located on the Quissett Campus in Clark 325 and on the Village Campus through the 2nd floor Ladies washroom in the Redfield building. They can be reserved with an online scheduler (http://teamup.com/
Gender-Neutral Bathrooms at WHOI
Single-use bathrooms, which are equipped with locks, will now be identified with an “All-Gender” sign to denote the restroom as being gender-neutral and therefore available for anyone’s use. Multi-use bathrooms, which do not lock and instead have lockable stalls, will continue to be identified with “Women” or “Men” restroom signage. A new sign will be mounted outside of these restrooms stating that all are welcome to use the facilities that correspond with their gender identity and the sign will include a map showing where the closest “All-Gender” restroom is located.
|Building Name||Campus||Floor Number|
|38 Water Street||Village||3|
|Exhibit Center-Discovery Center||Village||1|
|Iselin / Machine Shop||Village||3|
|MRF (Necropsy area)||Quissett||1|
|QFB-Carpenter Shop-Winch Pool-Stock Room||Quissett||1 each|
|Vehicle Maintenance||Quissett North||1|
Reporting Harassment, Bullying, and Abuse
Woods Hole Reports and Resources (some links are internaL/VPN access only)
- WHOI Workplace Climate Committee - see the excellent resource list CDEI maintains
- Diversity and Inclusion Report on Behalf of the Woods Hole Diversity Initiative
- WHOI Assessment of the Climate for Working, Learning, and Living Executive Summary
- Woods Hole Diversity Advisory Committee: Woods Hole Diversity Initiative
- WHOI Parental Leave Policy
Resources for Women
This index is intended as a career development resource for women at WHOI. This list does not constitute an endorsement of these organizations by the Women's Committee or WHOI.
There will be a couple of softball skills days offered this season! These are designed to help the less-experienced players get some one-on-one help from experienced players. You will have a chance to practice hitting, throwing, and fielding without any pressure or intimidation from big arms or big hitters. Again, the main focus is on learning the game.
As with all WHOI softball events, the goal is for everyone to have fun playing a great game. Come enjoy the WHOI community at McKee Field as we all get better together.
Skills days will start at 5:30p on: May 26th & June 16th