Black women are more vulnerable than white men, illustrating how race and gender intersect to shape health outcomes.
A unique workshop lets students examine their personal histories as a way to even the playing field between mentors and mentees.
Longtime MIT moral philosopher was a transformational figure and “the atomic ice-breaker for women in philosophy.”
The award supports promising PhD candidates or postdocs conducting interdisciplinary research on the societal and ethical dimensions of computing.
New faculty in these areas will connect the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing and a department or school.
Film portrays groundbreaking initiative’s impact on MIT undergraduates and incarcerated students.
Senior Michelle Xu’s varied interests all involve a desire to understand the universe. “I was just never particularly picky about which way to figure it out,” she says.
SHASS faculty members Nikhil Agarwal, Sana Aiyar, Stephanie Frampton, Daniel Hidalgo, and Miriam Schoenfield were recently granted tenure.
How the humanities, arts, and social science fields can help shape the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing — and benefit from advanced computing.
At this year's MacVicar Day symposium, faculty and students reflect on the challenges and joys of education in the 21st century.