Items tagged with ‘women at MIT’
An MIT staff member writes, "Marion Mahony Griffin is the second woman to graduate from MIT and the first American woman to register as an architect. She goes ...
An MIT faculty member writes, "Conducted between 1900 and 1909, MIT's short-lived program was one of only two professional landscape architecture programs in ...
An alumnus of the class of 1994 writes, "Nancy Burson was a Fellow at CAVS and an artist-in-residence at MIT in the late 1970's/early 1980s when she invented ...
An alumna of the class of 1972 writes, "Mrs. Richards, the first woman graduate and woman instructor at MIT, pioneered the field of sanitary chemistry in the ...
An alumna of the class of 1972 writes, "The MIT Licensing Office molds the ideas and energy of MIT's culture of discovery into scientific/technology products ...
An alumnus nominates this underground campus newspaper, whose 1977 series of "Guide to Men at MIT" articles provided a public-relations headache for President ...
Laya Wiesner, the wife of MIT's 13th president, Jerome Wiesner, was involved in many organizations at MIT and in the wider community to promote civil rights, ...
An alumna of the class of 1972 writes, "Mrs. McCormick graced the cover of Town and Country magazine in 1904, one hundred years before Erika Ebbels ‘04 ...
An alumna of the class of 1972 writes, "Dr. Sheila Widnall is an Institute Professor who served as Secretary of the Air Force from 1993-1997. She received her ...
Ellen Swallow Richards was the most prominent female American chemist of the 19th century, a pioneer in sanitary engineering and a founder of home economics in ...