Eisen was a pioneering immunologist and longstanding member of MIT’s cancer research community.
Tom Magliozzi ’58, who died Nov. 3, was a famed co-host of NPR's "Car Talk" with his brother, Ray Magliozzi '73, as well as a professor, consultant, and MIT Commencement speaker.
John Acevedo '67, an active alumni volunteer, suffered a fatal medical emergency on campus while attending the Alumni Leadership Conference.
Dedication to the arts and a vibrant campus shaped decades of contributions to the Institute.
Chemist pioneered development of NMR spectroscopy, allowing study of molecular structures of solids.
Professor emeritus of visual design directed MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies from 1974 to 1994.
Professor examined urban responses to climate change; conducted extensive research in Africa, South America.
Innovative researcher and educator was a champion of attacking science problems with “ferocious vigor.”
Recent alumnus died on June 19 from causes related to leukemia.