Said and Done for October 2013

TOUR de SHASS event

Digest of the MIT humanities, arts and social sciences

Said and Done is the monthly, photo-rich publication from MIT's School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, integrating feature articles with news, research and events to give a distilled overview of the school's endeavors. For the complete edition, visit Said and Done.

October features include:

Students discover new possibilities at the inaugural TOUR de SHASS expo
Several hundred students, along with SHASS faculty and staff, gathered in September for the inaugural TOUR de SHASS — a lively academic expo showcasing MIT's wide range of classes in the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
Story + Photographs | Take the TOUR de SHASS online

Jazz at MIT interactive timeline launched
The Jazz at MIT timeline — which includes audio recordings, images, videos, and text — represents major activities, awards and honors celebrated by the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble and other MIT jazz groups over the past five+ decades.
Jazz at MIT Timeline | Jazz online at the Listening Room

Karina Arnaez named Diversity Manager for MIT SHASS
Dean Deborah Fitzgerald is pleased to announce that Karina Arnaez has joined the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences in the newly created role of Diversity Manager. Arnaez, MIT's first school-level, full-time Diversity Manager, has worked in diversity and recruitment at Boston College, Cardinal Health, and EMC2.
Meet Karina Arnaez

Research Portfolio
Research is the engine for the School's capacity to help meet the world's great challenges. To name just a few areas of impact, MIT SHASS research helps alleviate poverty, safeguard elections, steer economies, inform health policy, assess the impact of new technologies, understand human language, and create new forms at the juncture of art and science.
Research Portfolio

The research of MIT's School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences appears principally in the form of books and publications, and music and theater productions. These gems of the School provide new knowledge and analysis, innovation and insight, guidance for policy, and nourishment for lives.
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Topics: Arts, Awards, honors and fellowships, Economics, Faculty, History, Humanities, Music, Social sciences

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