Welcome to the Association of MIT Alumnae (AMITA) website. We are the
independent, non-profit group dedicated to:
- Promoting connections among alumnae and the Institute; hosting activities that facilitate these connections
- Supporting women on campus and encouraging their high achievement
- Maintaining relationships with the Institute that support MIT's constructive role in society
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AMITA New England Events
Sunday, June 10, 2018 AMITA Annual Meeting
Please join us on Sunday, June 10th, at 1pm for the AMITA Annual Meeting. Professor Daniele Lantagne, '96, of Tufts University will join us as guest speaker. The title of her presentation is "Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Engineering in International Humanitarian Response: Lessons from Haiti and Worldwide." Please register!
For details on upcoming events and events for our chapters and affiliated organizations, please see our Events Page
April 26, 2018
Gary and Carolyn Bjorklund (both Class of 1968) have generously
committed to a $50,000 pledge to support the AMITA Scholarship Fund, in
honor of their 50th reunion and in honor of the women of the MIT Class
AMITA thanks the Bjorklunds for this generous gift to support scholarships for women students!
Although the November 26, 2017 Celebrating our Millie event has passed, we are still collecting remembrances. Please see AMITA's Millie Dresselhaus webpage for more Millie information and to enter your remembrances.
For a list of past events, go to Events page and choose Filter = Archive
Friday and Saturday March 9-10, 2018
MIT Women's Unconference! [Details] Few alumnae have followed traditional career paths, and
better paths forward can be blazed by sharing our experience and
insights about our careers and our changing roles as we move through
life. AMITA presented a Workshop: Making Work (and Life) Work for You 1:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. at the MIT Women's UnConference.
February 21, 2018
ESG and Sustainable Investing 9-451 6:30pm-9pm
Wondering how to fill your portfolio with
companies you believe in? There's more than one way to invest
and Environmental Social Governance (ESG) investment strategies are
numerous and diverse - investor needs are not homogeneous, either. [Details] AMITA and the MIT Alumni/ae Energy, Environment and Sustainability Network are co-hosting this event, which is sponsored by Merrill Lynch.
Thursday January 25, 2018
Women, Mentoring, and Networking 34-401 6:30pm
Please join the Association of MIT Alumnae (AMITA) on Thursday, January 25,
for an evening of informal networking with MIT alumnae. We will talk about life, career, education choices, work/life balance, and the current state of the world.
Join AMITA Now!
AMITA members are working toward making MIT a better place for women and connecting alumnae for fun, and maybe even profit! Join now! For more information or to contact our Membership Chair, please email Veena Jayadeva '10