IDEAS awards more than $50,000 in grants across six student-led teams to develop projects addressing social and environmental challenges.
The MIT Community Service Fund and Community Giving at MIT join forces to continue pursuing philanthropic leadership across the Institute and Greater Boston.
Senior Isha Mehrotra works to discover more about autoimmune diseases, aiming for a future in which patients can be treated effectively or avoid the conditions altogether.
MIT computer scientists and mathematicians offer an introductory computing and career-readiness program for incarcerated women in New England.
Graduate student and outreach director discuss efforts by the Department of Biology’s faculty, students, and staff to engage local community college students in scientific research.
Fellowship provides funding for graduate school and recognizes future public service leaders.
Workshops give first-year MIT students opportunities to connect with their peers, explore their leadership styles, and develop leadership skills.
MIT Social Impact Interns partner with the Naval War College to develop an educational disaster response game.