Faculty and Staff
The MIT faculty instructs undergraduate and graduate students and engages in research.
- Faculty and Staff
- Distribution of Faculty by School
- MIT employs approximately 12,110 individuals on campus.
- There are 1,036 faculty members (professors of all ranks), including 230 women.
- Minority group representation among faculty includes American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Black, Hispanic, and Asian.
- The student-faculty ratio is 8:1.
|Senior lecturers, lecturers, and professors emeriti||635|
|Instructors (including technical instructors)||160|
|Professors of the practice and adjunct faculty||32|
Members of the MIT community have received accolades too numerous to list. Several of the most notable honors and awards follow.
Eighty-five present and former members of the MIT community have won the Nobel Prize, including nine current faculty members (recognized individually or as part of a team).
Forty current and former members of the MIT faculty have received the National Medal of Science.
Five current and former faculty members have been awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
Eleven current and former members of the faculty have won the John Bates Clark Medal.
Five present and former members of the MIT community have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
Two current faculty members have won the Millennium Technology Prize.
The title of Institute Professor is the highest honor awarded by the faculty and administration at MIT. There are currently 13 Institute Professors, and 10 Institute Professors emeriti.