What's New at the Women's League
Stuck at home? Us too! The Women's League is proud to announce a series of fun, informal Zoom events in which members of our community share skills and answer your questions.
Keiko Noda, is working hard day and night on the frontline as an emergency nurse in Tokyo to make our daily lives possible.
A letter from the Women's League Chair, Cheryl Vossmer, regarding COVID-19.
In May of 2019 these two prestigious awards were presented to Jessica Quaye and Patricia-Maria Weinmann for their contributions to improving the quality of life at MIT and beyond.
Every summer, the MIT Women’s League funds two fellowships with the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center. Learn more about our scholars from Summer 2019.
After a successful update to our Bylaws last year, we have two more changes proposed for this year. These changes will help bring us in line with MIT's standards. Please review the proposed changes, and if you're in agreement, vote (in person) at the Women's League Office (10-342) anytime on Monday, November 25th to make these changes permanent!
Still going strong after 24 years, this year's event was bigger than ever!
Looking to volunteer on campus? More than anything this year, we need a few extra hands to help us sort and organize our mammoth collection of donations ready for our October 18 clothing giveaway event!
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.
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