Aims to reduce carbon emissions through changes in procurement, waste tracking, airline travel, and other areas of operation.
New building will create a hub for computing research and education at MIT, including spaces designed to be inviting to members of the campus community and the public.
MIT serves as a laboratory for a multifaceted approach to address the Institute’s own contributions to climate change.
An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.
Senior associate dean for housing discusses efforts to support Eastgate residents, vision for interconnected housing, and financial support strategy.
Investments in energy efficiency projects, sustainable design elements essential as campus transforms.
Its former location, Building 44 on Vassar Street, will soon become the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.