Technology Review to manage MIT's Enterprise Forum
April 11, 2011A letter to the community regarding the transition, effective July 1.
A celebration of women in science and engineering
April 1, 2011Symposium highlights the work and accomplishments of women at MIT and beyond.
MIT Open Houses since 1923: ice cream and hand-blown vacuum tubes
March 31, 2011On April 30, MIT will host an open house for the campus community as well as Cambridge and surrounding areas. In fact, this is a continuation of a long tradition.
Letter to the community from President Hockfield on Japan
March 13, 2011Community members in MIT Japan program are accounted for and safe
Lisa Porter: A new breed of research for national security
March 10, 2011
A look back at Old Ashdown in all its (quirky) glory
February 28, 2011Before it was Maseeh Hall, and before it was W1, this historic building was home to generations of graduate students.
Alum-astronaut Robert Satcher: ‘We need to get everybody on board’
February 24, 2011Delivers keynote address at the annual Laureates and Leaders induction ceremony
Frank McClintock, professor emeritus, alumnus, dies at 90
February 24, 2011
James Simons on mathematics, common sense and good luck: my life and careers
February 23, 2011Presented by School of Science Dean's Colloquium.
LGO community remembers Don Davis' life and leadership lessons
February 10, 2011Former Stanley Works CEO, 22-year Leaders for Global Operations leadership lecturer inspired a generation of LGO students.
Kenneth Olsen, MIT Corporation life member emeritus, dies at 84
February 8, 2011Institute alum, computer pioneer was co-founder of Digital Equipment Corp.
1948 mayor to MIT: use flamethrowers to melt snow?
February 3, 2011A letter from the MIT archives recalls another super-snowy Boston winter.
A foundation for building
February 2, 2011How MIT’s first African-American graduate, Robert Taylor, became a prominent architect and brought the MIT philosophy across regional and racial barriers.
Recent nuclear science and engineering graduate awarded Shull fellowship
January 31, 2011Yang Zhang wins prestigious Oak Ridge National Laboratory honor.
Alumni power fuels this week’s MIT150 economics and finance symposium
January 26, 2011MIT's strength in economics and finance education is manifest in this week's alumni-rich lineup of panelists.
A life filled with firsts
January 26, 2011Ellen Swallow Richards, MIT’s first female graduate and faculty member, opened the door for women in science, and founded ecology and home economics along the way.
Anne Mayes, former materials science professor, dies at 46
January 25, 2011'Fiercely dedicated to MIT students,' she established fellowship prior to leaving the Institute.