Honorees will engage in the life of the Institute through teaching, research, and other interactions with the MIT community.
As a community activist and scholar, PhD candidate Kevin Lee has a lot on his plate. But “when things matter so deeply in your bones, the energy just comes,” he says.
As a teacher, Kampf was consistently both a generous force of inclusion and a prod of conscience.
Community Innovators Lab will provide hands-on, field-based training to students seeking to address the underlying causes of urban crisis.
Co-chairs of MIT’s Day of Dialogue committee share their hopes for the Aug. 5 event.
MIT Sloan professor says major transformation of labor law and associated policies are needed for improved worker-employer relationships.
A global team of researchers searches for insights during a weeklong virtual “datathon.”
In honor of #ShutDownSTEM, students, faculty, and staff facilitated virtual discussions to understand and combat anti-Black racism in academia.
In researching disaster recovery and marginalized populations, the PhD student seeks out people with deep knowledge of their communities.
“If you say you care about the injustice in this nation and in this world, you have a role to play,” said Associate Dean DiOnetta Jones Crayton.
Longtime MIT professor and department head also participated in many efforts in support of peace and social justice.
Studying history has made her a better planetary scientist, Minsky says. And studying science has made her a better historian.
MIT seniors will pursue graduate studies at Cambridge University.
Mutongi discusses the connection between Kenyan widows and the #MeToo movement, myths of African entrepreneurship, and the wider implications of her research.