First-year MIT student and former Time “Kid of the Year” honored for promoting science and innovation among youth and inspiring them with several inventions.
Driven by deeply personal experiences, three entrepreneurs find inspiration from MIT to empower patients and change their lives.
Through a project launched in 2020, MIT D-Lab is working with women to help them build a labor movement focused on reducing gender-based violence and environmental degradation.
An experiment in Egypt suggests ways to spread information for women facing domestic violence.
Biologist Nicole De Nisco ’07, PhD ’13 draws on her love of problem-solving and interdisciplinary skills honed as a student at MIT.
Award from the Center for International Studies supports women pursuing doctorates in international affairs.
Symposium speakers describe numerous ways to promote prevention, resilience, healing, and wellness after early-life stresses.
MIT ReACT and Innovation Leadership Bootcamp provide valuable opportunities.
The Congo Clothing Company, founded by Milain Fayulu SM ’22, funds job training for survivors of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.