Natasha Joglekar ’21 is eager to apply her MIT education, with a major in computer science and biology and a minor in women’s and gender studies, to a career in medical research.
MIT’s second-ever online Commencement celebrated the 3,298 graduates receiving diplomas, with tributes from Cambridge to Antarctica.
“It’s OK not to know,” Bhatia told graduates. “Just keep going. Trust yourself to figure it out and don’t let the uncertainty weigh you down.”
“Through immense effort, self-discipline, creativity and compassion, you found a way to rise to the demands of this historic challenge… together,” Reif told graduates.
Chemical engineering senior Awele Uwagwu works to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in Nigeria.
Undergraduates selected for the competitive program enjoy a seminar series and conversations over dinners with distinguished faculty.
HASTS PhD student Caroline White-Nockleby aims to advance climate justice by minimizing localized burdens of renewable energy implementation.
PhD student Minh Trinh studies misreporting of government statistics and the effect on accountability in his home country of Vietnam.
Visualization software and hardware could offer new possibilities for coaching and sports training.
Activating technology for urban life with a virtual site visit to Hong Kong in collaboration with the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.