Miles Johnson ’21, a recent graduate in mathematics and EECS, employed a strong dorm network and personal interests including rock climbing and jazz to complete a rich MIT experience.
Civil servants from Sierra Leone present ideas developed at a boot camp organized by MIT Governance Lab and Sierra Leone’s Directorate of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The five-year award aims to empower “the most promising innovators in science and technology.”
The first MIT student to be named a Michel David-Weill Scholar, Moore is planning a career at the intersection of sciences and environmental policy.
Natasha Joglekar ’21 is eager to apply her MIT education, with a major in computer science and biology and a minor in women’s and gender studies, to a career in medical research.
MIT instructors honored for creating multidimensional, multidisciplinary online courses that help learners everywhere address real-world problems.
MIT’s second-ever online Commencement celebrated the 3,298 graduates receiving diplomas, with tributes from Cambridge to Antarctica.