Diversity and Inclusion

A basic set of resources and information on diversity, inclusion, and belonging maintained by the ITSoc Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

  • Committee mandate and membership: ITSoc D&I Committee

  • IEEE ethics reporting process: A new process was introduced in April 2021. The new process includes a centralized location for reporting misconduct, an extended timeframe for reporting, and some updated procedures for evaluating, managing, and tracking reports of misconduct.

    • Complaints should be reported via the portal at the following link: Ethics Point Link.  Reports can be made either via an online form or by phone; details of both are provided at the link.

    • Some information on the revised process was provided in the April 2021 issue of IEEE Spectrum: Spectrum article

    • Please note that the IEEE resources above do not assure immediate response or assistance.  For situations occurring at ITSoc events that require immediate assistance please refer to the code-of-conduct of the event and/or contact the event organizers.

  • Committee presentations to the IEEE ITSoc Board of Governors (the "BoG"): Follow menu tab at top of page; direct link
  • Other ITSoc Committees working on diversity, inclusion, and belonging:
Information Theory Diversity and Inclusion Survey

As part of several efforts to improve inclusivity in the information theory community, we ask that you fill out this demographics and inclusion survey by August 31.

IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB) D&I Committee

The IEEE TAB launched its Committee on Diversity and Inclusion in 2019.  Learn about IEEE efforts from the first chair, Prof. Andrea Goldsmith.