The Hacking Discrimination Ideathon is intended to provide a mechanism for meaningful dialog, learning, networking and solution development.
Celebrating 20 years of the Black Women's Alliance (BWA) at MIT.
Slate's Jamelle Bouie on how race and ethnicity framed the election and how journalists and content creators can improve coverage of these issues moving forward.
MIT Libraries and the Black Women’s Alliance (BWA) have partnered to host community discussions of Hidden Figures, MIT's Winter 2017 Book Selection and a major motion picture now playing in theaters.
This year's conference theme, "Partnering for Prosperity: Working Together for a Strong and Inclusive Africa" embraces holistic viewpoints to examine the relationships between the stakeholders that, together, will unlock the potential of African economies.
The "Mens et Manus America" initiative will convene a series of research-informed lectures to explore these challenges over the course of the Spring 2017 term.
Since 1975, the MIT community has gathered each February to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The theme for 2017 is: "Lift your voice!" "True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice."
Please save the date for Ideathon: Hacking Discrimination, which will take place on Feb. 2nd from 4:00pm to 10:00pm (with registration from 3:30pm to 4:00pm). Microsoft New England will host the event at their Cambridge office, located at 225 Main St., Kendall Square, 4th floor. The Ideathon is co-organized by BAMIT, MIT, Harvard, Microsoft New England, Women in Machine Learning, and the MIT Alumni Association.
The two-day conference will feature behind-the-scenes updates from Institute leaders, keynote presentations from MIT faculty and students, and nearly 50 best-practice sessions and brainstorming discussions from MIT alumni and staff.
You don’t want to miss this year’s meeting! Come out to connect, hear about the significant work that BAMIT has done, provide feedback, and get involved!
Black undergrads, grad students and alums are invited to our very first family gathering! No presentations or speeches. Just great food and the opportunity for conversations about anything and everything. Come on out!
Join the BAMIT-DC Chapter for an open and honest dialogue on race relations in America. Let's brainstorm how BAMIT can drive positive change!
Hosted by Darcy Prather, '91 and Kristala Jones Prather, '94. All alumni, current MIT students and admitted MIT students are welcomed!