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2021 Conference of Graduate Research Opportunities for Women (GROW)

The 2021 Conference of Graduate Research Opportunities for Women (GROW) will be held at the University of Illinois at Chicago October 15- 17, 2021.  This FREE hybrid event is for both in-person and remote participation. The GROW 2021 conference is aimed at women and non-binary undergraduate students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in the […]

Voices of #MIT2021: Meet Anjali Nambrath ’21

Anjali Nambrath ’21 graduates with degrees in @MIT_Physics + @MITMath, a minor in French/@GlobalMIT — and a deep love for Theater! “In physics,” she says, “the whole point is to find new ways of looking at the world.” Read more at SHASS: http://bit.ly/ANWaysOfSeeing

Voices of #MIT2021: Meet Julia Wang ’21

Meet Julia Wang ’21, who graduates with a degree in Computer Science + @MITMath and a minor in Music/@ArtsatMIT. Next steps: Software engineering; Continuing to sing and listen to music! Read more at SHASS’s Voices of #MIT2021

Voices of #MIT2021: Meet Tommie Reerink ’21

Meet Tommie Reerink ’21, who graduates with dual degrees in Math and Music/Arts. Tommie’s vision: ​Research analysis in NYC; Seeking multifaceted approaches for optimal solutions; and visiting the Met Opera often! MIT School of Science MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Read more at SHASS.

PKG Social Impact Internships: Andrea Arias ’22

Andrea Arias ’22 spent IAP doing a Social Impact Internship with the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House in Cambridge. Read about Andrea’s experience redesigning their website and onboarding a new case management system, in “The Importance of User-Friendly Tech” at PKG.

Anjali Nambrath: Ways of seeing the world

Anjali Nambrath is about to graduate from MIT with a double major in physics and mathematics, but her big project this winter didn’t center on neutrinos, the subject of her undergraduate thesis. Instead, she worked on translating “Hurlevents,” a Quebecois play by Fanny Britt, from French into English. “I just fell in love with the […]

Claire Lazar Reich ’17 named 2021 Knight-Hennessy Scholar

Economics and statistics doctoral student Claire Lazar Reich ’17 hails from northern New Jersey. She graduated MIT with a bachelor of science in mathematics and will receive her PhD this year. Lazar Reich will complete her JD studies at Stanford Law School. She plans to use her legal education to contribute to financial regulation and […]

Anjali Nambrath awarded 2021 Fulbright Fellowship

Anjali Nambrath is among 12 MIT student affiliates who have won fellowships for the Fulbright 2021-22 grant year. Anjali is a senior double majoring in physics and mathematics. She has worked on projects related to nuclear structure, neutrino physics, and dark matter detection at MIT and at two national labs. At MIT, she was president […]

Lily Zhang named 2021-22 Goldwater Scholar

Lily Zhang is among four MIT undergraduates whose research areas explore artificial intelligence, space, and climate change honored for their academic achievements. Zhang is a junior double-majoring in Earth, atmospheric, and planetary sciences as well as physics, with minors in public policy and math. Zhang has a passion for climate science, something she’s known since […]

Carolina Ortega Savors Every Opportunity

From THE MIT CAMPAIGNFOR A BETTER WORLD At 13, Carolina Ortega ’21 was one of only three girls participating in her native Colombia’s Mathematics Olympiad. She admired the other two, both high school seniors heading to the International Mathematical Olympiad, and when she heard the following year that both were studying in Massachusetts, “that’s when I […]