The program encourages everyone on campus to get moving during the cold months.
Some 150 MIT students participate in the 30-year-old program.
Violence Prevention and Response and the Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office celebrate students and employees for their efforts in combating sexual misconduct.
With federal and state public health emergencies expiring on May 11, Cecilia Stuopis and Ian Waitz discuss the next chapter for MIT.
MIT Medical Director Cecilia Stuopis says that while this is a time to be more vigilant, people should not panic.
Advisor engages students, builds community, and promotes well-being and health.
Cecilia Stuopis, Shawn Ferullo, and Ian A. Waitz discuss where things stand; explain the rationale behind the Institute’s testing and policies; and provide insights about what to expect this fall.
Cecilia Stuopis, Peko Hosoi, and Ian Waitz describe a shift in policy that aims for a gradual return to normalcy.
SENSE.nano symposium highlights the importance of sensing technologies in medical studies.
Ian Waitz, Cecilia Stuopis, and Suzanne Blake answer 3 questions on the fall semester and look ahead.
Five courses celebrate the nanoscale, highlight technologies in photogrammetry and 360-degree videography.
Despite the pandemic, the Office of the Vice Chancellor has continued to make progress on efforts to enhance the MIT graduate student experience.