MIT Faculty Newsletter  
Vol. XXII No. 3
January / February 2010
Our "Inescapable Network:"
Haiti, the Diversity Initiative, and MLK
Report on the Initiative for Faculty Race and Diversity: Excerpts and Commentary
The Haiti Challenge: Are We Doing Enough?
Responding to the Earthquake:
A Workshop, Lecture Series, and More
Building a Network of Organizations
in the Haitian Diaspora
Short- and Long-Term Responses
to the Tragedy in Haiti
The Initiative on Faculty Race and Diversity:
A Personal View (Bailyn)
The Initiative on Faculty Race and Diversity:
A Personal View (Hammond)
Counting Faculty and Students
Reflections on MIT's Layoff Process
HR and MIT's Layoff Process
The Demand for MIT Graduates
Toward a Personalized Graduate Curriculum
2010 MIT Briefing Book Available Online
NRC Doctoral Rankings:
The Weighting Game
Planning for the Future of the MIT Libraries
Stellar LMS Evaluation FAQ
Teaching this spring? You should know . . .
Percent Underrepresented Minority (URM) Hires, 1991-2009
Printable Version

2010 MIT Briefing Book Available Online


incremental cost over budget
MIT Research Expenditures (2004-2009) (click on image to enlarge)

The MIT Briefing Book has been updated and is available online at The publication is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the MIT Washington Office.

The Briefing Book is a compilation of information about MIT with a focus on MIT’s research activities. The book includes chapters on MIT’s Global Engagement, Service to Local, National, and World Communities, and Undergraduate Financial Aid. The publication includes highlights of MIT’s educational and research activities as well as summaries of projects funded by federal agencies, industry, and nonprofit institutions. Faculty and staff provided many of the project summaries. Questions or suggestions should be directed to Lydia Snover, Director of Institutional Research,

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