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.
The MIT Press Bookstore will be on-site at the nonprofit fair on Saturday, March 10, with a selection of titles celebrating women in science, technology, and business.
Join us as we welcome Stephanie Fine Sasse and Lucky Tran to the MIT Press Bookstore to discuss and sign copies of Science Not Silence. Books will be on sale at the event for 20% off, or you can purchase an event ticket that includes a discounted book.
About Science Not Silence:
In January 2017, an idea on social media launched the global March for Science movement. In a few short months, more than 600 cities, 250 partners, and countless volunteers banded together to organize a historical event that drew people of all backgrounds, interests, and political leanings. On April 22, 2017, more than one million marchers worldwide took to the streets to stand up for the importance of science in society and their own lives—and each of them has a story to tell. Through signs, artwork, stories, and photographs, Science Not Silence shares some of the voices from the March for Science movement.
This event takes place in conjunction with the 2018 Cambridge Science Festival. Learn more.