For Interphase EDGE/x participants, a life-sized Barbie-themed TARDIS prompts reflections on social norms.
The HASTS PhD candidate describes his new book, “Sordidez,” a science fiction novella on rebuilding, healing, and indigeneity following civil war and climate disaster.
Historically women-oriented space welcomes more community members, focusing on women and gender.
Why has it taken the scientific community so long to include sex as a biological variable in research and analysis as a matter of course?
Polish journalist Ada Petriczko, an Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow at MIT, discusses ethical and cross-border journalism, freedom of speech, and the rise of autocracy.
Thriving Stars: An initiative to improve gender representation in electrical engineering and computer science
MIT EECS unveils a new effort to encourage and support women on their journey to — and through — graduate study in computing and information technologies.
U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium convenes virtually, declaring environmental justice key for combating climate change.
Gift establishes the Brit Jepson d’Arbeloff Center on Women's Health.
Mutongi discusses the connection between Kenyan widows and the #MeToo movement, myths of African entrepreneurship, and the wider implications of her research.
Experts from the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences weigh in on topics from polling to rhetoric to individual campaign issues.