New initiative extends the press’ commitment to publishing books by historically underrepresented authors through direct financial support.
Undergraduates selected for the competitive program enjoy a seminar series and conversations over dinners with distinguished faculty.
A unique workshop lets students examine their personal histories as a way to even the playing field between mentors and mentees.
Davis, in conversation with Senior Associate Dean Blanche Staton, fields questions from the MIT community about the current moment of racial reckoning.
How, in the nadir of the Little Ice Age, did the Dutch generate a golden age?
Studying history has made her a better planetary scientist, Minsky says. And studying science has made her a better historian.
Longtime professor played a major role in encouraging MIT to ask new questions that significantly broadened the Institute’s educational mission.
An MIT course arms students with rhetorical weaponry to fight global warming.
Students expand intellectual horizons and leadership skills at dinner-seminars with MIT faculty.
MIT professor emerita talks about her new memoir and aging in a patriarchal society.
How the humanities, arts, and social science fields can help shape the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing — and benefit from advanced computing.
The new members of Xi of Massachusetts, the MIT chapter of PBK, combine the best of humanities, natural science, and social science scholarship.
The new online course aims to help researchers engage with public policymakers.
Innovative sociologist of law granted MIT’s highest faculty honor.