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Women in STEM Noontime Series

Hear from MIT undergraduate and graduate women sharing their passion for STEM.

Join us for this monthly series which takes place the second Wednesday of every month.

This in-person program is free with museum admission, no registration required.


Ritu Raman, Assistant Professor, d'Arbeloff Career Center, will share her research journey working with adaptive living materials to reengineer the human neuromuscular system to restore mobility and power robots. Join us for the inaugural session in our monthly series.

Ritu Raman

Assistant Professor, d'Abeloff Career Center

From Lab Bench to Podium

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Namrata Sengupta, Associate Director of Scientific Public Engagement and Broad Discovery Center at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard is a scientist and a science communicator. Join Namrata as she shares her career journey from experimenting at the laboratory bench to building a science museum for the public.

Past Sessions

Do you Speak Robot?

Marlyse Reeves, a PhD candidate in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has always been interested in robotics and how human-robot interaction can be improved to address real human problems.

Join Marlyse as she shares her journey as a researcher, leader of passion project, Parfait, and an advocate for equity in STEM-related fields.