Thriving Stars: An initiative to improve gender representation in electrical engineering and computer science
MIT EECS unveils a new effort to encourage and support women on their journey to — and through — graduate study in computing and information technologies.
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
How many lines can be pairwise separated by the same angle in high dimensions? Geometry breakthrough gives new insights into spectral graph theory.
Co-chairs of the Ad Hoc Committee on Graduate Advising and Mentoring discuss the committee’s task of advising the Institute on policies and programs that support both students and faculty.
PhD student Limiao Zhang sees surprising connections between the behavior of cars and bubbles.
Political science PhD student Emilia Simison has found that despotic regimes vary, and the move to democracy doesn’t necessarily guarantee policy change.
PhD student Heng Yang is developing algorithms to help driverless vehicles quickly and accurately assess their surroundings.
Twelve Graduate Admissions Bloggers provide sage advice for fellow students and others at MIT — and beyond.