Young, Gifted, and Black: Black Women at MIT (1994)

Originally from the series Young, Gifted, and Black, which featured students from MIT and first broadcast on the Cambridge, MA public access channel from 1989-1991, this show features selected interviews with Black women faculty and students at MIT about the work they are doing and the social climate of the university.

Women featured: Cynthia Roberta McIntyre PhD '90 (Physics); Lakisha Powell '95 (Chemical Engineering); Paula Hammond '84, PhD '93 (Chemical Engineering); Carol Espy-Wilson SM '81, EE '84, ENG '84, PhD '87 (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science);  Jyoti Kamala Parwatikar '91 (Mathematics); Kimberly Jackson '93 (Architecture); and Ronke Olabisi '93 (Mechanical Engineering)

Speedbrake Publishing
Producer, Director, Writer: Todd Curtis

Timeline: 1990s
School: School of Architecture and PlanningSchool of EngineeringSchool of Science
Department: Aeronautics and AstronauticsArchitectureBrain and Cognitive SciencesChemical EngineeringElectrical Engineering and Computer ScienceMathematicsMechanical EngineeringPhysics
Career: Community
Object: Video
Collection: Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Paula T. Hammond, Students, Women