MIT AISES, 2015

MIT AISES, 2015
Courtesy: MIT AISES

Members of the MIT Chapter of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), September 2015. From left: Tim Robertson '11 (Navajo), Christopher Compton '17 (Cherokee); Mason Grimshaw '18 (Rosebud Sioux); Kendrick Manymules '17 (Navajo/Diné); Sydney Carter '15 (Seminole); Sade Nabahe '17 (Shoshone-Paiute); Aaron Ashley '16 (Omaha/Crow Creek Sioux); Brittany Arviso '19 (Diné); and Faculty Advisor Prof. Wesley L. Harris

The MIT Chapter of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a student-run group aimed at promoting Native culture and community on campus, while also promoting STEM related education to various tribal communities.

MIT AISES accomplishes this through:

  • Creating a social framework that allows students to benefit from one another
  • Strengthening native culture by sharing our personal knowledge and experiences

Faculty and staff Advisors include Prof. Wesley L. Harris, Associate Provost for Faculty Equity, and Dionetta Jones Crayton, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education/Director of the Office of Minority Education.

 
Timeline: 2010s
Career: CommunityEducation
Object: Photograph
Collection: Mentorship, Rising Voices 1995-Present, STEM Education, Students, Wesley L. Harris