Former MIT President Paul Gray dies at 85 after lifelong career of service and leadership at the Institute
Guided by a passion for teaching, MIT’s 14th president helped steer the Institute through decades of social change.
Former MIT president to begin three-year term on AAAS Board of Directors in February.
Pilot program reimagines admissions process, introduces “MicroMaster’s.”
Co-founder of the PSC and wife of former MIT President Paul Gray has continued to guide the center’s work.
Institute’s leader from 2004 to 2012 joins her predecessors on the walls of the president’s residence.
MIT policy on sexual harassment was found to be violated.
Former MIT president to shape development of new online learning initiative.
Dedication to the arts and a vibrant campus shaped decades of contributions to the Institute.
Actions of MIT’s 15th president have ‘grown to inspire generations,’ Reif says.
Known for her ‘warmth, kindness, and gracious good sense’ during campus upheaval in the late 1960s, Johnson helped lead MIT at a divisive time.