Chaplain to the Institute and associate dean of the Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life reflects on the office’s priorities and how the community still surprises her.
In annual T.T. and W.F. Chao Distinguished Buddhist Lecture Series, Baker takes up “Environment, Ethics and Embodiment: Buddhist Approaches to Climate Change.”
Political science PhD candidate Nasir Almasri studies conflicts that emerge at the intersection of politics and religious traditions, with a focus on humanizing those involved.
Search for new full-time chaplain paused due to impact of Covid-19.
When the Hajj comes in summertime, in some years it may not be safe for participants to remain outdoors.
“Look up from your computer. And see the blue sky that brings you joy.”
Chaplains “are here to help guide the MIT community toward being more inclusive, more caring, more supportive, and more ethically minded,” Boswell-Ford says.
At inaugural event in the T.T. and W.F. Chao Distinguished Buddhist Lecture Series, Bhikku Bodhi applies Buddhist ethics to today's social problems.