Vol. XVI No. 2

October/November 2003

In This Issue:

This issue of the Faculty Newsletter highlights the proposed SB degree in Chemical-Biological Engineering
and discusses the success (and failure) of the TEAL Project. We introduce a new feature, "First Impressions" –
and offer another in our continuing series "Research at MIT" with an article on the Center for Space Research.
In "Considering 100 Memorial Drive," MIT President Emeritus Paul Gray offers a personal view,
and our "MIT Poetry" features two works by Stephen Tapscott.

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A New Proposed SB Degree in
Chemical-Biological Engineering: Course XB

Teach Talk
Improving Student Understanding with TEAL
TEAL Assessment and Evaluation

From The Faculty Chair
Preserving the MIT Community

First Impressions

Biological Engineering: How MIT is
Defining the Educational Frontier

Computer Security Update

Research at MIT
Center for Space Research

Considering 100 Memorial Drive

Digitizing Shakespeare

Enhancing the Graduate Experience

Changes in the Graduate Student Community

MIT Poetry
Better None

OpenCourseWare Update
Unintended Consequences

M.I.T. Numbers
Historical Research Expenditures

Editorial Board
E-mail FNL
FNL Archives
MIT HomePage



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