CAST Visiting Artist Andreas Refsgaard engages the MIT community in the ethics and play of creative coding.
Showcased in a new exhibit, student research explores the long history of South Asians at the Institute.
Eighty scholarly monographs and edited collections partially funded by libraries participating in MIT Press’s Direct to Open model will publish openly this year.
Seventeen staffers lauded for providing outstanding service, supporting their colleagues, and exemplifying the Libraries’ values.
Novelist Elizabeth Acevedo's work reflects the rich stories, traditions, and cultures of the Caribbean diaspora
MIT Reads event moderated by Nailah Smith ’22 delights MIT audience.
Professor Peter Fisher will lead effort to grow and enhance computing infrastructure and services for MIT’s research community.
Students in 21H.S04 explore stories of students and faculty from South Asia via oral histories and the Institute Archives/Distinctive Collections.
“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.
Graduate students perform Martinů’s “Piano Trio in D Minor,” originally commissioned for Hayden Library's 1950 dedication.
Transformational projects bring inclusive, welcoming spaces to the MIT campus.
Staff were recognized for keeping spirits up and services running despite a difficult year.