With the selection of 16 inaugural postdocs, the program seeks to develop the next generation of faculty leaders and help guide the school toward a more diverse and inclusive culture.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar bridges disciplines to translate vision into elegant math and neuroscience theory.
MLK Visiting Professor S. Craig Watkins looks beyond algorithm bias to an AI future where models more effectively deal with systemic inequality.
MIT visiting scholar is motivated by foundational science at the edges of the periodic table.
Record number of honorees will engage in the life of the Institute through teaching, research, and other interactions with the MIT community.
Keynote speaker at MIT’s annual MLK Celebration says fighting white supremacy requires far more than just reducing its harm.
MLK Visiting Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies and scholar of critical race, feminist, and disability studies discusses misogynoir, social media, and her work at MIT this year.
MLK Visiting Scholar focuses on microelectronics for cell analysis and biomedical applications.
Exonerated Central Park Five member Kevin Richardson details his harrowing experiences and his hopeful vision for the future.
Rahsaan Hall of the ACLU’s Massachusetts branch delivers keynote at annual MIT event.