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. [Visit site]
Citizen Scientist Corner
You can do more than you think! You can make a positive impact on things that can help society and your local community. Read about how alumnae are battling climate change on the local level! [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]
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]
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
MIT alumna helps bust ghosts!
Lindley Winslow ’08 PD Physics
[MIT News article] [Wired article] [Slice of MIT]