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Video: Interphase program at MIT

Rigorous program introduces new freshmen to life at the Institute.
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Photo: Melanie Gonick


Video: Melanie Gonick; Still Images: Quinnton J. Harris '11

Interphase is a rigorous seven-week summer residential, academic and community-building program for admitted MIT freshmen that instills subject mastery of calculus, physics and chemistry, and helps them explore their cultural identities through reading, writing and discussion. In addition, students take physical education classes, participate in laboratory research with faculty mentors, and engage in small-group learning activities and workshops designed to develop their analytical thinking and communication skills.

Learn more at http://web.mit.edu/ome/programs-services/interphase/

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