Three MIT community members and one MIT organization have been named recipients of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Awards for 2011 in recognition of their service to the Institute and beyond. Candidates for the leadership awards are nominated by colleagues and chosen by the MLK Jr. Planning Committee, a subcommittee of MIT’s Committee on Race and Diversity.
Weslee Glenn, a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry, was recognized for his role in the development of teacher training material on the topic of reducing stereotype threat. Continue reading about Glenn and other recipients on MIT News.