The computer scientist will study global affairs at Tsinghua University in China as part of the 2025-26 class of Schwarzman Scholars.
The Hsu-Tang Library of Classical Chinese Literature brings three millennia of classic texts to the world, in bilingual editions.
An expert panel discussed the strengths, and limits, of the alignment between the two world powers and U.S. rivals.
MIT political scientist Taylor Fravel examines the potential and limitations of a bigger BRICS group of countries — and what it means for the U.S.
NOMIS Foundation honors the Ford Professor of Economics for his contributions to understanding the effects of technological change and globalization on jobs and earnings prospects for workers.
Richard J. Samuels steps down as director; Evan Lieberman is named his successor.
MIT Global Languages lecturer is making learning Chinese characters meaningful and relevant to students’ life experiences.
He conducted groundbreaking research into auditory physiology at MIT and Harvard Medical School, and was the founding director of the Eaton-Peabody Laboratories at Mass Eye and Ear.
The Advanced Computing Users Survey, sampling sentiments from 120 top-tier universities, national labs, federal agencies, and private firms, finds the decline in America’s advanced computing lead spans many areas.
New research quantifies how much very hot temperatures restrict outdoor activity in China.
Sara V. Fernandez, Amanda Hu, and Brigette Wang will spend the 2023-24 academic year at Tsinghua University in China studying global affairs.