Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
Departing from games that glorify European conquest, “Promesa” helps players understand Puerto Rico as a modern-day colony.
Two MIT professors and five alumni recognized for outstanding contributions to astronomy research, education, and communication.
“Zoom out”: Kealoha Wong ’99 calls on MIT graduates to consider their lives within the enormity of the universe
Hawaii's first poet laureate spoke at an on-campus celebration for the classes of 2020 and 2021.
Fulbright US Student Program funds opportunities for research, graduate study, and teaching abroad.
MIT to honor pandemic online graduates with on-campus event.
The NCSOFT-sponsored program will advance cutting-edge technologies for gaming and data visualization.
A cultural anthropologist, historians, a computational poet/computer artist, and a playwright receive funding for innovative research projects.
Professor Edward Schiappa’s new book carefully surveys recent public debates about a vital societal issue.