A collaboration between MIT and Miami-Dade County has students working with city planning officials to understand why people wait patiently for a bus — and why they bail.
MIT PKG IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge grants more than $60,000 to student-led teams to address pressing societal issues
The Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center's IDEAS program empowers teams partnering with communities to tackle a range of social challenges.
A new cross-institute initiative between MIT Governance Lab, MISTI, and the Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center to support graduate student work in public sector innovation.
Nonabah Lane, Navajo educator and environmental sustainability specialist with numerous ties to MIT, dies at 46
Lane leaves a lasting legacy at the Institute and on tribal communities around the country.
In a recent discussion, individuals from around MIT describe why every vote in state and local elections matters.
Alumni-founded Quipu Market offers loans and other financial services to entrepreneurs through its online marketplace.
IDEAS awards more than $50,000 in grants across six student-led teams to develop projects addressing social and environmental challenges.
Advancing the study and practice of thinking responsibly in computing education, research, and implementation.
Six new IDEAS teams receive grants to continue developing their work with communities.
As the world reduces carbon pollution, research from the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative shows the need to protect schools in counties that rely on the fossil fuel industry.