Research by PhD student Stefanie Stantcheva touches on taxation, student loans and education incentives.
Monday, September 17
1:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Public forum on last week's tragedy - Building 26, Room 100
The Center for International Studies and MIT's Department of Political Science will hold a second forum on the tragedies of September 11th, as a follow-up to the event held on 9/12/01. Speakers will include Richard Samuels, Barry Posen, Steve Van Evera, Greg Koblentz, Jeremy Pressman, Balakrishnan Rajagopal, and Josh Cohen. Many questions will be taken from the audience; the entire MIT community is invited to attend, as is the general public. (Large venue should ensure seats for all who wish to come.)
Thursday, September 20
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Teach-in on the Crisis: "United States and International Media Coverage." -Building 26, Room 100
The first of a series of six "teach-ins" on the crisis sponsored by the MIT Center for International Studies in cooperation with the Political Science Department, Boston Review, Foreign Languages and Literatures Section, Science, Technology and Society Program, Comparative Media Studies Program, Economics Department, and the Dean's Office, School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences.
- Reflecting Wall at MIT - next to the MIT Chapel - In response to the tragic loss of lives in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, and in the spirit of the student-initiated 'paper memorial' in Lobby 10, MIT has built and dedicated The Reflecting Wall at MIT, which recalls the structure of the World Trade Center. This is a specially designed temporary space where people may pause to reflect and leave messages, flowers, or other symbolic remembrances.
- MIT community memorial - Lobby 10 - a paper memorial for those in our community who are lost or who have suffered in the recent tradgedy. The paper lining the walls invites passersby to record their thoughts and read the thoughts of their community.
- Immediate opportunity - Diversity and community programming -The Committee on Campus Race Relations has immediate funding available for programs or activities that enhance community understanding among the diverse ethnic and religious groups on MIT's campus. Grant applications (which will be handled immediately) are available on the CCRR grants page.
- Immediate opportunity - Fundraising for families of victims - The MIT Public Service Center staff is available weekdays to discuss fundraising plans for the families of the victims who died in Tuesday's tragedy.
- Additional resources available throughout the day - MIT counseling and support.
For further information and updates, please check the following:
MIT Snow line: 253-7669
MIT cable channel 12