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Keynote Address: “The Impostor Syndrome” - Valerie Young, EdD. Valerie Young’s academic research focused on understanding and eliminating internal barriers to women’s achievement. Young is an internationall...
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Panel Discussion: “Disability as an Aspect of Diversity: Navigating Higher Education with a Disability” Moderator: Kathleen Monagle, Associate Dean, Disability Services; Prashanth Venkataram Course 8 Yea...
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Panel Discussion: Meritocracy and Inclusion at MIT: Principles or Practices? MIT President L. Rafael Reif Prof. Emilio Castilla, Sloan School of Management Denise Lewin Loyd, Sloan School Career Development Professor Marianna...
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Lydia Villa-Komaroff grew up in a large Mexican-American family in New Mexico. She received her PhD from the MIT Dept of Biology where she worked with David Baltimore and Harvey Lodish on Polio virus. She did her postdoctoral training at...
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Recollections by distinguished former Chicago graduate students who interacted closely or worked directly with Fermi, involving presentations by James W. Cronin, University of Chicago (Nobel in Physics 1980) Jerome I. Friedman, MIT (Nobe...
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