What's New at the Women's League
Christine Reif and the MIT Women’s League invite you to celebrate the season at a Springtime Tea at Gray House, the residence of MIT presidents since 1917.
The MIT Women’s League is pleased to announce Debbie Douglas, Director of Collections and Curator of Science and Technology at the MIT Museum, as our speaker for the 2019 Annual Meeting.
The MIT Women's Chorale will hold its spring concert on May 11.
A collaborative project of MIT’s Medical Department, Age Lab and Women’s League, the 2019 Catherine N. Stratton Aging Successfully Lecture brings together panelists from the fields of Ethics and Neuroscience, Geriatric Medicine, Nursing Management, and Elder Law who attend to the many issues facing older adults, and are especially sensitive to the needs of those with cognitive impairment.
The Women's League was delighted to support the nomination of student-run CASE (Class Awareness Support and Equality) for the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr Leadership Award.
Thank you Keiko Kanda for 37 years of dedicated service as the Coordinator of our Babysitting Room!
What's a good way to get a smile from a passerby? The Women's League marked #GivingTuesday on December 3, 2018, by handing out 240 cookies to the MIT Community in Lobby 10.
The MIT Japanese Wives Group continues to engage in its activities within and beyond Boston. As one of the activities, The MIT Japanese Wives Group in Japan has started "The Penpal Project."
The League tradition of making the holiday wreaths for the main entrance to MIT began in the 1930s. If you’ve never done something like this before, this morning activity is a fun and fragrant way to begin the holiday season!
After the immense popularity of this program in previous years, we are delighted to offer you the chance to once again join us for an evening of Stargazing with Dr. Amanda S. Bosh, Senior Lecturer in the Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Department.
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