Students bring the Institute into national conversation about universities and the institution of slavery in the United States.
Experts cite immigration as engine of U.S. success, lament human damage done by current policies, and see signs of hope.
Serious medical problems reduce earnings, hurt employment, and increase debt.
New novel set by dentist-turned-writer Gloria Chao ’08 reveals the protagonist's struggles between Taiwanese and American cultural values.
MIT anthropologist is researching how scientists understand waves.
Founder Teppei Yamamoto designs new tools to comprehend political behavior transformed by digital technology.
Faculty from six MIT departments among 126 selected from across the U.S. and Canada.
Faculty recital by Institute Professor is a chance to reflect on progress, both personal and political.
Findings show founder William Barton Rogers possessed enslaved persons before coming to MIT; research, community dialogue to ensue.
“I learned how to be a professor and a university leader at MIT,” says former chancellor and DUSP faculty member.
In MIT talk, prominent philosopher urges self-reflection to keep academic institutions vital and fair.