Ann Meyers Drysdale ’79 shatters glass-ceilings: she was the first player selected to the U.S. national basketball team while still in high school, the first player in NCAA history–male or female–to record a quadruple-double, and was invited to try out for the NBA.
You're Invited On January 26th, join us as we award this year's winners of the FuturizeX 2nd Annual Student Challenge. We challenged Bruins to identify a major problem facing L.A. and develop one new and amazing invention or technology to address it. Over 600 students signed-up to participate. Now,…
“Care work is essential for personal well-being and for maintaining societies... But across the world, it is overwhelmingly the preserve of women, and it often restricts their opportunities for education, employment, politics and leisure.”
"These innovators are working to help keep the United States on the cutting edge, showing that federal investments in science lead to advancements that expand our knowledge of the world around us and contribute to our economy.” - President Obama