MIT Professor Esther Duflo honored as Committed to Caring for fostering graduate student skills and ambition.
Passionate about creating educational opportunities in India, PhD student Siddhartha Jayanti recently explored multiprocessor speed limits, in a paper written in the Indian language Telugu.
“I wouldn’t let the aggressor in the war squash my dreams,” says Ukrainian mathematician and MITx MicroMasters learner Tetiana Herasymova.
From community events to mentoring, residential scholars find living in the same halls as students is rewarding and fun.
Over 47 years at MIT, “Leslie made every one of us feel like family,” says NASA astronaut Mike Massimino SM ’88, PhD ’92.
A new experiential learning opportunity challenges undergraduates across the Greater Boston area to apply their AI skills to a range of industry projects.
A pandemic-fueled transformation of the MIT course MAS.S64 (How to Grow (Almost) Anything) leads to next steps in democratizing synthetic biology.