Climate and Inclusion

 

The Princeton University Department of Mathematics strives to provide all undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff with the best possible environment to achieve success, growth, and self-fulfillment. We are all united by our passion for mathematics and we are determined not to allow prejudice and discrimination to divide us. We also recognize that a diverse and inclusive environment leads to greater outcomes and opportunities. The Department is committed to equity of access, and opportunity for all members of our community regardless of race, nationality, religious affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic, or disability status. 

The Climate and Inclusion Committee has been set up to communicate, coordinate and create activities that enhance the Department's efforts to achieve its diversity and inclusivity goals. This webpage is designed to keep everyone informed of the initiatives and activities that are being put in place and it is a work in progress as we try to address critical issues and get feedback from the community, and we encourage everyone to contribute to this important work. The links in the menu on the left give specific information on progress and activities in Fine Hall as well as pointing to some of our long-term goals. We will be updating the webpage on a regular basis as the extent of our efforts and guiding values are clarified. General comments or suggestions to the committee can be sent to the direct email address inclusion@math.princeton.edu or to Maria Mastroianni, Climate and Inclusion Communication Liaison / Web Administrator.