2017 MacVicar Nominations Due on November 17, 2016


The MacVicar Faculty Fellows Program honors MIT's best teachers and mentors who have made outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. Nearly 100 MacVicar Faculty Fellows have been selected through an annual nomination process beginning in 1992. They hail from all corners of the Institute and represent a diverse range of academic disciplines. Together, the Fellows form a small academy of scholars committed to exceptional instruction and innovation in education.

Four professors named 2016 MacVicar Faculty Fellows

2016 MacVicar Faculty Fellows: (clockwise from top left) Patty Tang, Jeffrey Grossman, Michael Sipser, and Srinivas Devadas
2016 MacVicar Faculty Fellows: (clockwise from top left) Patty Tang, Jeffrey Grossman, Michael Sipser, and Srinivas Devadas


The MacVicar Faculty Fellows Program is named to honor the life and contributions of the late Margaret MacVicar, Professor of Physical Science and Dean for Undergraduate Education. The new MacVicar Faculty Fellows were honored at MacVicar Day on March 11, 2016. The program included a symposium focused on undergraduate education and was open to the entire MIT community.