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MIT Women's Unconference: Completing the Equation
As one of the most prestigious universities producing alumnae in engineering and science in the world, MIT is in a unique position to be a leader in the discussions around the many challenges still facing women in industry, academia, and government today.

The purpose of the MIT Women's unConference, scheduled for March 9-10, 2018, is to connect alumnae to the Institute and to one another, to celebrate their leadership, careers, talents, and interests, and to "complete the equation" for some of the toughest challenges facing women in the world today.  

Why an "unConference"? Because we don't simply expect attendance. Rather, MIT alumnae themselves will shape the conference's direction, priorities, and impact. Also, the conference will gather a worldwide audience of women participating remotely as well as on campus. This will include opportunities for prospective MIT students and women students on the MITx platform from around the world. Wherever you are in the world, you can participate.  


Location: MIT Samberg Center, 50 Memorial Dr. (March 9) and MIT Stata Center, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge (March 10)


Time:  Friday, March 9: 5:00pm -8:30pm (Registration, Keynote Speaker, Networking Reception)

Saturday, March 10: 8:00am-7:00pm (Panels, workshops, start-up competition, career expo, and many other great events)   

From 9:30-12:30pn, join MIT Sloan Alumni Association board member, Audrey Daum, SM '88, who will conduct a workshop: Smart Women & Financial Stumbling Blocks.  


Hotels: Click here for more information on staying near MIT. 




Event Information
Friday, Mar 9 2018 at 5:00pm -
Saturday, Mar 10 2018 at 7:00pm [ iCal ]
MIT Campus
Samberg Center and Stata Center
Cambridge, MA 02142
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