Research by PhD student Stefanie Stantcheva touches on taxation, student loans and education incentives.
As of April 5, Harvard undergraduates will have borrowing privileges at MIT Libraries and MIT students will enjoy similar privileges at participating Harvard libraries. The program, which will be evaluated after 14 months, offers undergraduates from both institutions access to the complementary circulating collections of each institution’s libraries.
MIT undergraduate students may apply online for an HCL Special Borrower card. Once confirmed, students may obtain a photo ID from the Widener Library Privileges Desk. The card gives the bearer borrowing privileges at participating HCL libraries including:
MIT graduate students and faculty have existing borrowing privileges at HCL libraries and may also apply for cards online.