Evaluation Incubators to provide technical assistance, training, funding to help partners design randomized evaluations of housing stability strategies and state and local programs.
The largest graduate residence on MIT’s campus builds communities with its “helper culture.”
A new platform will unite climate models, impact predictions, random control trial evaluations, and humanitarian services to bring cutting-edge tools to Bangladeshi communities.
Senior Carene Umubyeyi seeks to advance sustainable structural design in her home country of Rwanda and beyond.
Five new state and local government partners will work with J-PAL North America to develop rigorous evaluations of policies and programs related to environment, education, economic security, and housing stability.
MIT alumni and friends from around the globe attended an online event that featured presentations from Institute leaders, faculty, and alumni about human health-related research.
Sidney Pacific residents empower each other to sustain community togetherness.
Financial aid will remain robust and, after being held flat last year in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, tuition and fees will increase by 3.85 percent.
Incubator aims to identify the most effective strategies at reducing homelessness and promoting housing stability.