Information and member lists to various academic programs committees, including education assembly, education council, and the MIT/WHOI Joint Program Committee.
The WHOI Diversity Committee is comprised of representative members from numerous departments and disciplines throughout the institution and calls upon the various backgrounds, experiences and ideas to discuss the meaning, effects and benefits of diversity to the growth of our institution.
GLOW is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment for gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transexuals and transgendered individuals as well as their partners and allies here at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
The International Committee was formed to welcome and to help acclimate international visitors to the Institution and the community.
WHOI’s Sustainability Task Force advocates sustainability initiatives within the WHOI community to facilitate and strengthen WHOI’s commitment to sustainable practices and resource conservation. Our goals are: to have sustainability practices be an integral part of WHOI’s research activities, education, and operations; and, to shape our culture, educate employees, and enhance WHOI’s reputation as a leader in sustainability and environmental stewardship.
Established in 1973, the Women's Committee at WHOI is an elected committee responsible for considering matters of special concern to women. Its primary charge is to be a forum for the ideas and concerns of women associated with WHOI.
In 2004 the leaders of six Woods Hole science institutions signed a memorandum committing their institutions to work together to attract and retain a more diverse workforce. That memorandum established the Woods Hole Scientific Community Diversity Initiative.