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Bioengineering: Diversity and Anti-Racism in Engineering

A guide to Snell Library's Bioengineering resources for students, faculty, and staff.

Getting Started

This list of resources and organizations is intended to support the College of Engineering's work to support diversity, inclusion, equity and justice in our communities and practices.

The list is not comprehensive, and the resources inevitably reflect the biases of the various creators. They are intended to provide a starting point to explore the wide variety of resources within the Engineering and STEM communities. This page will be continuously updated and feedback is welcome! If you're looking for more resources or for something different, please reach out to Jodi Bolognese at j.bolognese@northeastern.edu.

For more anti-racism resources in STEM fields, please check out our Diversity and Anti-Racism in STEM page.

For more anti-racism resources and ways to get involved at Northeastern and beyond, please check out our Anti-Racism guide.

For more diversity resources please check out our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging guide, which includes LGBTQIA+, disability and neurodiversity, socio-economic issues, race, culture and ethnicity, women and gender, religion and spirituality and more.

Resources

Explore the Contributions of Diverse Engineers

Organizations

Below are a selection of organizations to support students, researchers, and faculty diversity and social justice efforts in Engineering. This is not a comprehensive list. To find many more organizations across STEM fields, click here.

At Northeastern:

Student Groups and Organizations at Northeastern:

Beyond Northeastern:

Take Action

Reading, listening, and supporting the STEM-related organizations and initiatives included on this page are a great start.

Want to do more? Check out this page for other ways you can fight racism, including voting, volunteering, keeping up with the conversation, attending campus events, plus training and organizations beyond STEM that you can get involved with.