Kaylee Cunningham recognizes that her training as a PhD student in nuclear science and engineering could be for naught if myths continue to plague the industry. The activist is committed to helping — one TikTok at a time.
Each semester, students help Boston-area organizations with technical needs — pro bono.
A collaboration between MIT and Miami-Dade County has students working with city planning officials to understand why people wait patiently for a bus — and why they bail.
MIT PKG IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge grants more than $60,000 to student-led teams to address pressing societal issues
The Priscilla King Gray Public Service Center's IDEAS program empowers teams partnering with communities to tackle a range of social challenges.
The current MEng student is one of 175 students nationwide honored for nonpartisan democratic engagement work.
Fellowship provides funding for graduate school and recognizes future public service leaders.
Students, faculty, and staff have responded quickly in the wake of the disaster.
Priscilla King Gray, co-founder and namesake of the Institute’s public service center and wife of former MIT president Paul Gray, dies at 89
For more than 50 years, Gray helped build a sense of community at MIT.
In a recent discussion, individuals from around MIT describe why every vote in state and local elections matters.