Compared to native-born citizens, immigrants are more frequently involved in founding companies at all scales.
Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.
In 14.009, a first-year class taught by Nobel laureates, MIT students discover how economics helps solve major societal problems.
A new survey underscores how material needs lead to movement within the Americas — at a high cost to those trying to relocate.
While a national soccer win can stoke anti-refugee sentiment, messaging promoting diversity can reverse this effect.
As a community activist and scholar, PhD candidate Kevin Lee has a lot on his plate. But “when things matter so deeply in your bones, the energy just comes,” he says.
Christopher Capozzola’s new book examines how military engagement has shaped social connections between the two nations.
Writing in The New York Times, President Reif says recently rescinded ICE policy reflected “a stark misreading of our national interest.”
President L. Rafael Reif reflects on the decision to withdraw the July 6th policy from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Vice president for research clarifies the memo’s intention and provides guidance.
MIT biologist and electrical engineer are two of 38 naturalized U.S. citizens honored for contributions to American society.