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’s second-ever online Commencement celebrated the 3,298 graduates receiving diplomas, with tributes from Cambridge to Antarctica.
“It’s OK not to know,” Bhatia told graduates. “Just keep going. Trust yourself to figure it out and don’t let the uncertainty weigh you down.”
“Through immense effort, self-discipline, creativity and compassion, you found a way to rise to the demands of this historic challenge… together,” Reif told graduates.
Term members will serve between one and five years on MIT’s board of trustees.
Panel explores the complexities of Asian American identity and recognition, at the Institute and in higher education.
Covid-19 class taps experts to help students and the public avoid misinformation as the crisis evolves.
MIT Solve program will equip people under 24 with resources to practice problem-solving, prioritizing experiential learning, accessibility, and community-building.
MIT President L. Rafael Reif describes his search for Chancellor Barnhart’s successor.
The Institute commits to net-zero emissions by 2026, charts course marshaling all of MIT’s capabilities toward decarbonization.