Comparative Media Studies/Writing
New professors join Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Economics, Literature, Philosophy, and Political Science.
The move places all of MIT’s Institute-wide writing and communications instruction under one academic roof.
MIT’s Alan Lightman co-authors the first title from MIT Kids Press, a new imprint from the MIT Press and Candlewick Press.
The lab’s artists and technology scholars are exploring representation and reality — and shaping the future of storytelling.
Associate Professor Justin Reich co-authors a new report on reimagining K-12 schools for a post-pandemic world.
Grants will support their research, graduate study, and teaching abroad in 2021-22.
The new concentration extends the options for Asian languages at MIT, which also include Japanese and Mandarin.
Oral history project allows MIT students to dig deep into the longstanding connection between the Institute and South Asia.
A week of workshops, lab visits, and pairings matched Indigenous delegates with relevant labs and researchers across MIT.
MIT hosts kickoff event of Massachusetts STEM Week — a statewide virtual celebration of K-12 education.