The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a rigorous four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects.
Be inspired by the 2014 GWAMIT Fall Leadership Conference opening keynote! The speaker is Jenn Gustetic, MIT TTP '07. Ms. Gustetic is the Assistant Director for Open Innovation in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. In this role, she is responsible ...
Speakers: Lauren Frank - Trustee of the Advantage Testing Foundation and Katie Sedlar - MIT student and Math Prize for Girls Alumna Maria De Vuono-Homberg - Associate Director of the Math Prize for Girls - introduces 2013 Math Prize Olympiad MedalistsView more: ...
Prof. Rana Dajani presents "Success from the Perspective of a Jordanian Woman Scientist" on Thursday, October 30, from 4:15-5:30 PM in 1-190.
Research disparities in women's health led MIT Department of Biological Engineering Professor Linda Griffith to co-found the MIT Center for Gynepathology Research.
The Math Prize for Girls is an annual nationwide math competition created to promote gender equality in mathematics by recognizing talented, high-performing female students.
MIT Sloan Women in Management conference talks up the virtues of risk and failure.
Elizabeth Dipuo Peters - Minister of Energy, South Africa