MIT Alumna builds suit of armor in dorm
[Slice of MIT article]
National Women in Engineering Day!
Thursday June 23, 2016
Citizen Scientist Corner
You can do more than you think! You can make a positive impact on things that can help society, your town, your children’s safety, health, for instance. Add your own story and resources! [Visit site]
Alumnae share their memories
In 1873, Ellen Swallow Richards was the first woman to graduate from MIT. In 2014, the freshman undergraduate class was approximately 48% female! [MIT Slice of Life podcast]
Career Challenges and Strategies Corner
Our first topic to go up on this new page is adjusting to working in a male dominated field. “What’s taking so long?” asks Dr. Susan Kannenberg SB ’61. [Site coming soon...]
Interested in Women's Role Models?
It was NEVER a dress! [Time article] [website]
Role Models and Women’s Political Representation by Fabrizio Gilardi [presentation pdf]
The Boston Club is looking for a few good women!
The Boston Club is one of the largest communities of women executives and professional leaders in the Northeast. They are looking for New England area women who are interested in board positions (public, private and non-profit boards). More info on their website or contact Jill Wittels via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Initiative on environment to be led by Susan Solomon
, Ellen Swallow Richards Professor [MIT News article
] The Ellen Swallow Richards Professor is a chair established and funded by AMITA. [Details