Build your skills with MIT’s women engineers

Build your skills with MIT’s women engineers

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June 23 is International Women in Engineering Day! To celebrate, we’ve put together a list of just a few of the teaching and learning resources you can access to tap into the wisdom of some of MIT’s remarkable women engineers:

Dig into MIT OpenCourseWare Materials:

Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Materials with Polina Anikeeva

Freshman Seminar: The Nature of Engineering with Lorna Gibson

History of Women in Science and Engineering with Maia Weinstock

Integrated Chemical Engineering Topics I: Introduction to Biocatalysis with Kristala L. Jones Prather

Introduction to Biological Engineering Design with Natalie Kuldell

Mechanics & Materials I with Carol Livermore, Simona Socrate, and others

Molecular Aspects of Chemical Engineering with Paula Hammond

Nuclear Engineering: Science, Systems and Society with Marina Dang, Anne E. White, and others

Take an MITx course from Materials Science & Engineering Faculty:

Lorna Gibson–Matoula S. Salapatas Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

Polina Anikeeva–Class of 1942 Associate Professor in Materials Science and Engineering

Jessica Sandland–Lecturer & Digital Learning Scientist

Chemistry equipment and an African American female scientist are depicted in a Lego® set.
MIT Chemical Engineering professor, Dr. Paula T. Hammond, depicted as a Lego® figurine. Dr. Hammond’s work concerns the use of electrostatics to generate functional materials with highly controlled architecture. (Image by Maia Weinstock on Flickr. License: CC BY-NC-SA.)

Discover teaching innovations & insights:

Electrical Engineering

Reducing TA Grading Hours: Intro to CS Programming in Python with Ana Bell

Materials Science & Engineering

Blending Asynchronous & Synchronous in Remote Teaching 3.024 with Polina Anikeeva

Video: Flexible Access to Curricula: Mechanical Behavior of Materials with Lorna Gibson

Video: Highlights in DMSE Teaching Innovations with Jessica Sandland

Mechanical Engineering

Video: Conveying a Passion for Learning–Remotely with Barbara Hughey

Online Assessments in Mechanics & Materials with Simona Socrate

Symbiosis Between In-class & Online in Mechanics & Materials with Simona Socrate

Video: Using Online Content in Mechanics & Materials with Simona Socrate

Remote Teaching: Course 2 (Mechanical Engineering) with Maria Yang

Dive into podcasts & videos:

Visualizing the Future of Spaceship Earth with Dava Newman

Learning to Fly with Drs. Philip Greenspun & Tina Srivastava

Open Learning Talks | AI Education: Research and Practice with Cynthia Breazeal

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