Individual faculty members in STS conduct their own research, often resulting in full-length monographs or books (see the publications page). These faculty most often teach and advise students on an individual basis. Some faculty have formed larger researgh groups and raise funds to support projects ranging from engineering education to analysis of the digital divide in the developing world to the pedagogy of physics. See Centers and Research groups at left.

"Related Programs," describes other academic and some non-academic organizations that have connections to MIT's STS Program. Students, faculty, and visitors are strongly encouraged to use this extraordinary network to further their research and education. These multiple linkages significantly amplify the opportunities afforded to STS scholars.

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