Honors outstanding success in teaching undergraduate and graduate students.
PhD student Minh Trinh studies misreporting of government statistics and the effect on accountability in his home country of Vietnam.
Panel explores the complexities of Asian American identity and recognition, at the Institute and in higher education.
MIT students lead first-ever Global Teaching Labs workshop in Sudan.
Different social and racial groups have varying views of the problem’s urgency.
Former British foreign minister says “countervailing power” must be developed to protect human rights and safeguard democracy.
As the United Kingdom's foreign secretary, Miliband drove advancements in human rights and became known as “one of the ablest, most creative public servants of our time.”
MIT scholars are helping to solve the economic, cultural, and political dimensions of the world’s energy and climate challenges.
Seven MIT researchers see lessons and opportunities for US health care.
Graduate engineering and economics programs are No. 1 in the nation; MIT Sloan is No. 5.
Regina Barzilay, Fotini Christia, and Collin Stultz describe how artificial intelligence and machine learning can support fairness, personalization, and inclusiveness in health care.
While a national soccer win can stoke anti-refugee sentiment, messaging promoting diversity can reverse this effect.