Students in 21H.S04 explore stories of students and faculty from South Asia via oral histories and the Institute Archives/Distinctive Collections.
The MIT Community Service Fund and Community Giving at MIT join forces to continue pursuing philanthropic leadership across the Institute and Greater Boston.
“Carbon Queen” explores how the Institute Professor transformed our understanding of the physical world and made science and engineering more accessible to all.
"A Lab of One’s Own" invites players to engage with archival materials in a virtual environment.
Electrical engineer and Stanford University professor discusses how computer software can support advanced designs and new functionalities.
Documentary short, “The Uprising,” showcases women in science who pressed for equal rights at MIT in the 1990s
Film examines the history and international impact of the 1999 Study on the Status of Women Faculty in Science at MIT, through interviews with Nancy Hopkins and other leading scientists.
Celebrating 20 remarkable years, MIT OCW looks to the future, informed by learning needs underscored by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A brief history of one member of MIT’s famed Radiation Laboratory.
Oral history project allows MIT students to dig deep into the longstanding connection between the Institute and South Asia.
A brief history of a 1950s photo featuring Joseph Thompson, one of the original operators of MIT’s groundbreaking Whirlwind computer.