Leveraging unique undergraduate opportunities, new MIT political science alumni pursue bright prospects.
The online ceremony featured virtual reality, crowdsourced music, a surprise visit from space, and more.
"Pick your issue [to address], and go for it with all your heart, all your mind, and all your knowledge," Duflo told graduates.
"Find your calling! Solve the unsolvable! Invent the future! Take the high road," Reif urged graduates. "And you will continue to make your family, including your MIT family, proud."
Term members will serve between one and five years on MIT’s board of trustees.
Event convened attendees from around the world to discuss impacts of the pandemic and advance solutions to pressing global problems.
Startup makes meeting data searchable and shareable, and automates data entry into workplace apps.
Applied computational biology discoveries vastly expand the range of CRISPR’s access to DNA sequences.
Abigail Ostriker ’16 and Addison Stark SM ’10, PhD ’15 share how their experiences with MIT’s energy programs connect them to the global energy community.
Some 40 students pull off a global virtual hackathon in less than two weeks.
University students and professionals connect online to find practical solutions to problems linked with the current pandemic.