MIT Bangladeshi Students’ Association is a close-knit community of students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who are enthusiastic about promoting and nurturing Bangladeshi culture on campus. MIT BSA organizes several events every term which cater to the social, intellectual and cultural aspects of our campus community. We have Eid and Pahela Baishakh (Bengali New Year) celebrations, host notable intellectuals (including Dr. Yunus) for talks and discussions, and put on performance shows - the recent of which celebrated the evolution of Bengali music on the silver screen. We are also committed to the service of the underprivileged and throughout the years have fundraised for important causes like Cyclone Sidr and Save the Children. MIT BSA is unique in that it is an equal mix of undergraduate and graduate students, and it serves as a platform to unite the wider Bangladeshi population in the greater Boston area.
(5/4/2011) Congratulations to all our graduates - Tanvir Ahmed (PhD, Civil Engineering), Nabil Iqbal (PhD, Physics), Sadia Sharmin (MBA), Easeen Zaman (BS, EE). We will miss you!
(9/18/10) Executive committee for 2010-2011 gets formed.