Additional Community Resources:


The Clark School promotes diversity and addresses unconscious bias head-on, which is essential to achieving a goal of universal inclusion. Embracing our differences helps generate the best ideas -- this is the path to success in engineering, and a better world for all. Follow this link for additional information:

To meet the mission and goals of the UMD Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Bias Incident Support Services (BISS) is charged with responding to, educating and reporting to the campus about hate-bias incidents. To report a bias incident, follow this link:

The LGBT Equity Center reports to the UMD Chief Diversity Officer, and is housed in 2218 Marie Mount Hall. The Center - serving students, staff, faculty members and alumni of all gender identities and sexual orientations - envisions a campus that is fully equitable and empowers innovators and agents of social justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people. For additional information, follow this link:

The Women in Engineering (WIE) program promotes the role of women in the field of engineering by actively recruiting, and retaining, female engineering students in both graduate and undergraduate programs. For additional information, follow this link:

The Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering is committed to the recruitment, retention, development, and graduation of underrepresented minority pre-college, undergraduate, and graduate students in engineering. To learn more, follow this link to the website:






Students having any problems in the department can reach out to the MSE Student Ambassadors for support or guidance. Conversations with the abmassadors are strictly confidential. Contact Dylan Kirsch ( or Megan Kimicata ( for additional information.