A sought-after analyst on the use of biological weapons, she was a model of interdisciplinary excellence to all — especially women.
Timothy Loh, a HASTS program doctoral student studying deafness, sign language, and technology, is a sociocultural and medical anthropologist-in-training.
Historian's research focuses on understanding how visions for social and economic policy are tied to changing ideas about technology.
How the humanities, arts, and social science fields can help shape the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing — and benefit from advanced computing.
Recent graduate says culturally-aware approaches lead to more-effective medical interventions.
Innovative sociologist of law granted MIT’s highest faculty honor.
Interim head of MIT Anthropology explains the plan's vision and challenges, plus progress made at an historic MIT workshop.
At this year's MacVicar Day symposium, faculty and students reflect on the challenges and joys of education in the 21st century.