Links & Contact
For inquiries regarding any of the information on our diversity efforts, please contact us at email@example.com
There are many opportunities to explore ways to get involved in diversity efforts at Yale:
Yale Diversity events and programs:
Anti-racism education and opportunities:
At MCDB we believe that we can fight our internalised/unconscious prejudices with the appropriate training, open conversations and self-reflection. Our society and Science has, historically, and still does suffer from deeply rooted discrimination. At MCDB we believe that actively fighting prejudice and discrimination is absolutely necessary to produce high quality science. To achieve this goal, we are currently working on providing regular anti-racism training to our MCDB members. Keep an eye on this space for the first departmental anti-racism training [Coming soon!].
Other resources for support:
Diversity and Inclusion at Yale:
Diversity and Student Life:
For concerns about oppressive behavior that is sexual in nature, the options for how to get help are outlined at:
They include calling the SHARE hotline (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Education- 203-432-2000). SHARE will treat your call as strictly confidential.
Title IX coordinators and members of the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct (UWC) will maintain confidentiality as much as possible, only sharing information when required by law or for safety concerns.
If you are experiencing oppressive behavior because of race, faculty should contact Richard Bribiescas (203-432-2049), staff should contact Deborah Stanley-McAulay (203-436-4072), and students should contact Michelle Nearon (203-436-1301) or visit