Student groups at UMSI and across U-M provide opportunities that combine the UMSI mission of improving the world through technology and information with U-M's commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion.
If you're a member of a group that you would like to see here, please contact the UMSI DEI Committee at email@example.com.
Multi-Ethnic Information eXchange (MIX) - MIX works to strengthen the social capital of minority students at UMSI and to serve as an academic, social and professional support system.
Queer STS Club - The Queer STS Group is an interdisciplinary space for scholars to investigate and collaborate on building queer approaches within the field of Science and Technology Studies (STS). We started as a monthly reading club in Fall 2015 and through our tenure have convened reading group meetings, brought in speakers, held writing workshops, and helped convene Queer STS themed sessions at regional and international conferences. We meet once a month (often on the first Friday) at Aut Bar in the Kerrytown neighborhood of Ann Arbor. For more information about meeting times or to get added to our mailing list, contact Jean Hardy.
Other University of Michigan organizations
Association for Women in Science - The Association for Women in Science is a national organization dedicated to achieving equity and full participation for women in science, technology and engineering.
Global STEM Ambassadors - The purpose of this group is to spark the curiosity of students of all backgrounds across the globe interested in pursuing careers in STEM fields.
Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association - This organization promotes academic networking and professional development among Korean-American students in science and engineering.
Movement of Underrepresented Sisters in Engineering and Science (MUSES) - MUSES is designed to provide a unique support structure for women of color pursuing advanced degrees at the University of Michigan.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics - This group's mission is to provide networking, professional development and social activities for undergraduate and graduate LGBTQ and ally students in the fields of engineering, science, technology and math.
Scientista Foundation - The U-M chapter of the Scientista Foundation empowers women in STEM fields through mentorship, newsletters, volunteer and professional development opportunities, and role models.
Society of Minority Engineers and Scientists - Graduate Component - SMES provides academic and social support to graduate students of color in engineering.
Students of Color of Rackham - A network for graduate and professional students at U-M dedicated to the social, cultural and academic well-being of students of color.