D3 Week: A Look at What Our Current & Former Student-Athletes Are Doing Off the Field

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Cambridge, Mass. (April 7) - Since last spring our current and former student-athletes have been working hard outside of their sport in community service, Covid-19 research and have been active members of the Levitch Leadership Laboratory. As part of NCAA Division III Week, which runs from April 5-11, 2021, below you will find their stories. Click on the photos below to read each of the feature stories presented through the past year.

Division III Week is a positive opportunity for all individuals associated with Division III to observe and celebrate the impact of athletics and of student-athletes on the campus and surrounding community. During the week, every Division III school and conference office is encouraged to conduct a type of outreach activity that falls into one of three categories: academic accomplishment; athletic experience; or leadership/community service/campus involvement.

DAPER Social Justice Committee MIT football field with text of "DAPER social justice committee" in front
Women's Tennis Captures Inaugural L^3 Community Service Cup
Covid-19 Hack: MIT Swimming & Diving COVID Hack: MIT Swimming and Diving - How we keep our masks dry
Student-Athletes as Leaders: Little Beavers
NASA Astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli '05 Named to Artemis Team 2017 NASA astronaut candidate Jasmin Moghbeli wears a spacesuit prior to underwater spacewalk training at NASA?s Johnson Space Center Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
Spyce's Robotic Kitchen Continues To Grow Co-founders Brady Knight, Michael Farid, Kale Rogers, and Luke Schlueter standing in front of the newly renovated Spyce location in Downtown Boston.
Jen Fry Guides MIT Student-Athletes Through the "Invisible Playbook" to Create a Culture of Inclusive Excellence Jen Fry guides MIT Student-Athletes through the "Invisible Playbook" -- four MIT student-athletes will share their perspective on the DEI work Jen Fry worked on.
UPDATE: Dr. Stephanie Brenman '09 – An MIT Engineer on the COVID-19 Frontline in Los Angeles A graphic featuring lacrosse, ice hockey, and soccer action photos of Dr. Stephanie Brenman on the left and a head shot of her on the right  

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