MIT researchers calculate river networks’ movement across a landscape.
Graduate students Evelyne Robidoux of math, Stephanie Burrows of biology and Tunua Thrash of urban studies (left to right), and special assistant to the president and ombudsperson Mary Rowe chat at "Celebrating Graduate Women at MIT," an April 4 reception sponsored by the Women's League, the Graduate Students Office, and Spouses and Partners @ MIT. During the reception, sponsors asked students their opinions about current and future MIT services and programs. All of MIT's women graduate students and faculty were invited; women leaders who attended included Dean for Student Life Margaret Bates, Dean for Undergraduate Education and Student Affairs Rosalind Williams,Vice President and Secretary of the Corporation Kathryn Willmore, Vice President for Human Resources Laura Avakian and MIT Libraries Director Ann Wolpert.
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on April 12, 2000.