Institute’s Committee on Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response recommends recipients for $850,000 pledge.
Chari, Hoburg, and Moghbeli, all with ties to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, among the first class to graduate under agency’s Artemis program.
Vice president for research clarifies the memo’s intention and provides guidance.
Law firm completes independent review of faculty, staff, and administration actions.
A sought-after analyst on the use of biological weapons, she was a model of interdisciplinary excellence to all — especially women.
Four members of the School of Science honored for contributions to the Institute.
Mangoes, coconuts, and imaginary lizards make using electricity to rearrange chemical bonds fun and exciting.
Driver of “innovative solutions to complex challenges” will chart a new path pursuing opportunities to accelerate innovation.
Grant comes to MIT from Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado.