Affilitated Organizations Brochure: recent and upcoming AMITA activities.

AMITA Oral History Project on MIT Dome

AMITA Group: Entrepreneurship (log in first)

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Welcome to the Association of MIT Alumnae (AMITA) website. We are the independent, non-profit group dedicated to: promoting alumnae accomplishments and history, maintaining connections among alumnae, and supporting women on campus. Join now!

AMITA New England Events

Save the Date!  Sunday December 7 for Ellen Swallow Richard's Birthday Party!

 For details on upcoming events and events for our chapters and affiliated organizations, please see our Events Page.

Alumnae elected to the MIT Corporation!

On June 5, 2014, the MIT Corporation elected 11 term members, with terms of five or two years including these alumnae:
Ilene Gordon '75, SM '76
Samantha F. O'Keefe '09, SM '12
Theresa M. Stone SM '76
AMITA extends our congratulations to these alumnae.  [Election details on MIT News]

Congratulations to AMITA award winners!

Several alumnae have won institute awards which are detailed here
We are especially proud of Dorothy Curtis who is our newly elected AMITA president as well as Sandy Yulke who was a past AMITA president.

Bronze Beaver Award
Sandra Gay Yulke ’74, SM ’77

Henry B. Kane ’24 Award
Michelle M. Aquing ’08

Harold E. Lobdell ’17 Distinguished Service Award
Alice E. Campbell ’78, SM ’79
Dorothy W. Curtis ’73
Charlene C. Kabcenell ’79

George B. Morgan ’20 Award
Noelle M. Merritt ’85

Alumnae on the Boston Marathon MIT Team

Read about everyone on the team including
our AMITA volunteer reporter Maggie Lloyd '12 as well as
Jenn Gagner '07
Madeline Hickman '11
Sally Miller '16
Dava Newman '89

Four MIT seniors win Marshall Scholarships

Four MIT seniors (all alumnae!) — Kate Koch, Colleen Loynachan, Kirin Sinha, and Grace Young — are among 34 new winners nationwide of prestigious Marshall Scholarships, which support two years of graduate study in the United Kingdom.
[MIT News article]

MIT Professors Win Genius Grants

Dina Katabi '98 and Sara Seager, brought to MIT by AMITA's Ellen Swallow Richards Professorship, have won MacArthur genius grants. See MIT News story.

Past Events

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Job Offer Negotiation Strategies
6:30-9:00pm in E51-335 at MIT

Sunday, June 8th, 2014
AMITA Annual Meeting
with speaker Professor Cynthia Barnhart CE '88, MIT's newest Chancellor!
11:30am-1:30pm in the Bush Room at MIT (10-105)

Saturday, April 2nd, 2014
AMITA and the MIT Club of Boston

co-hosted the screening of Second Wind by Andrew Silver
7-9pm in MIT Room E51-376.

Saturday, March 8th, 2014
AMITA celebrated International Women's Day with a workshop
Achieve Your Financial Goals
1pm in MIT Room 32-D463.

Monday, February 10th, 2014
Legal Issues for Start-ups
6:30-9:00pm, MIT Room E51-315.

Thursday, January 30th, 2014
AMITA Women Mentoring and Networking

R&D Common area of Stata Center building.

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



Alumna Breaks Jeopardy! Records

Julia Collins MEng ’10 has the second longest winning streak on Jeopardy! [CNN Article] [Slice of MIT]

Sallie “Penny” Chisholm receives MIT’s Killian Award

Highest honor for MIT faculty members goes to pioneer of research on ocean’s photosynthetic organisms. [MIT News Article]

2014 AMITA Academic Award

Arunima Balan Chem ’14 was awarded the 2014 AMITA Academic Award this year. [Details]

MIT Initiative

New 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]

Alumnae In The News

The Atlantic recently published two articles about MIT Alumnae:
Irene Greif: The First Woman to Get a Ph.D. in Computer Science From MIT [Atlantic article] and Radia Perlman: Don't Call Me the Mother of the Internet [Atlantic article]

MIT Numbers

Women as a Percentage of Total Undergraduates, Graduate Students, and Faculty: Academic Years 1901-2014 [Graph]
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