New initiative extends the press’ commitment to publishing books by historically underrepresented authors through direct financial support.
Graduate application assistance programs pair applicants with student and alumni mentors.
Students featured in public art exhibits in prominent locations throughout Boston.
Artificial intelligence is top-of-mind as Governor Baker, President Reif encourage students to “see yourself in STEM.”
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
Part of the reimagined MIT Kendall Gateway, the bookstore will sell a curated selection of publications by the MIT Press and other publishers.
MIT’s Alan Lightman co-authors the first title from MIT Kids Press, a new imprint from the MIT Press and Candlewick Press.
Large-scale video campaign allowed physicians and public health messengers to encourage staying home over the 2020 holidays.
Twenty-one distinguished journalists will probe issues ranging from environmental justice and maternal health to threatened grasslands and endangered megafauna.
Results suggest people of all races and political affiliations can be influenced with accurate and clear information conveyed by trusted experts, such as physicians.
The Sharon Begley-STAT Science Reporting Fellowship aims to support early-career science journalists of color.
With “The Curie Society,” the press reaches out to a new generation of individuals interested in ethics and equity in STEM.