School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
The findings suggest voting by incarcerated people is unlikely to affect electoral outcomes, in contrast to some assumptions.
Senior David Darrow’s love of math fuels other passions such as mentoring and learning new languages.
Seniors David Darrow and Tara Venkatadri and HST student James Diao will pursue master’s programs at Cambridge University.
MIT EECS student and Mitchell Scholar hopes to play music in Dublin while working on his MS in intelligent systems.
Political scientist Vipin Narang’s new book, “Seeking the Bomb,” makes sense of the complex history of nuclear weapons programs.
Calligrapher Hajj Wafaa shares insights about his craft while MIT Global Languages announces the arrival of Arabic classes.
HASTS PhD student Rijul Kochhar tracks changing medical and microbial realities, and examines what they portend for society.
A cultural anthropologist, historians, a computational poet/computer artist, and a playwright receive funding for innovative research projects.
Five new state and local government partners will work with J-PAL North America to develop rigorous evaluations of policies and programs related to environment, education, economic security, and housing stability.