Jennifer Williamson Glos grew up in Columbus, Ohio, and received her SB in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT in 1995; she is currently a candidate for an SM in Media Arts and Sciences at MIT in 1997. Glos worked briefly as a program manager, designing software for Microsoft Corp. in Seattle, WA, before returning to MIT to pursue her master's. She is currently a research assistant in the Gesture and Narrative Language Group at the MIT Media Laboratory where her research is focused on designing toys for young girls to interest them in science and technology. Glos is in the early stages of developing a company, RoseBud Toys, which will design a line of "technological toys" to combine traditional toys with today's technologies, using ideas drawn from her MIT research. She is an entrant in the 1997 MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition.
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