MIT faculty collaborate with members of the Boston-area biotech community to commercialize women’s discoveries and promote female entrepreneurship.
Professor of civic design and head of We Who Engage MIT talks about rebuilding connections in America.
In a year of unprecedented disruption, enrollment in online offerings grows by 140 percent at MIT Professional Education.
Despite the pandemic, the Office of the Vice Chancellor has continued to make progress on efforts to enhance the MIT graduate student experience.
Forum features a range of experiences and perspectives about law enforcement and equity.
Visiting undergraduates collaborate with MIT PhD students on research through MIT GOV/LAB mentorship pilot
Program aims to increase research opportunities and give PhD students mentorship experience.
Keynote speaker at MIT’s annual MLK Celebration says fighting white supremacy requires far more than just reducing its harm.
Through research and student leadership, senior Orisa Coombs is tackling problems including water scarcity, food insecurity, and racial injustice.
A brief history of a 1950s photo featuring Joseph Thompson, one of the original operators of MIT’s groundbreaking Whirlwind computer.
Workshops give first-year MIT students opportunities to connect with their peers, explore their leadership styles, and develop leadership skills.