School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Caspar Hare, Georgia Perakis named associate deans of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing
The faculty members will work together to advance the cross-cutting initiative of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Study: When adults gain access to Medicaid, they sign up their previously unenrolled kids, too — yet many more remain outside the system.
In collaboration with Community Jameel and Co-Impact, rigorous research will inform social policies and programs.
Distinguished professor and public history advocate will oversee open education offerings and campus-focused services.
Evaluation Incubators to provide technical assistance, training, funding to help partners design randomized evaluations of housing stability strategies and state and local programs.
Panelists discuss why governance innovation is needed and how it can be sustained in governments and communities.
Large study of existing research shows incremental improvement in patient outcomes and productivity, without big employment changes.
Study suggests automatically starting benefits at the outset of a recession would remove uncertainty for workers.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
First results underscore the urgent need for a better understanding of how to address inequities in birth outcomes.
The second AI Policy Forum Symposium convened global stakeholders across sectors to discuss critical policy questions in artificial intelligence.
Departing from games that glorify European conquest, “Promesa” helps players understand Puerto Rico as a modern-day colony.
The Robert E. Wilhelm Fellows Program brings real-world experience and new scholarship to CIS and is a vital part of its research community.