Said and Done for September 2011
September 15, 2011The humanities, arts and social sciences monthly digest
Also labeled: Alumni/ae, Anthropology, Awards, honors and fellowships, Books and authors, Economics, Environment, Faculty, Graduate, postdoctoral, Humanities, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (I&E), Manufacturing, Oceanography and ocean engineering, Political science, Research, Science writing, Social sciences
Paul Ha, director of Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, selected as director of MIT’s List Visual Arts Center
September 9, 2011Is expected to begin new position Dec. 1
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August 16, 2011Humanities, arts and social sciences digest for July/August 2011.
Polishing its reputation for experimental lit, MIT to host the Electronic Literature Organization
August 10, 2011
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July 4, 2011Humanities, arts and social sciences digest for June 2011
Pioneering filmmaker Richard Leacock, former MIT professor, dies at age 89
March 24, 2011Inventive MIT filmmaker helped create cinéma vérité style with path-breaking documentaries
Senior Amanda Mok wins 2011 MITSO Concerto Competition
February 25, 2011
3 Questions: David Briggs on playing the organ in Kresge Auditorium
January 13, 2011World-renowned organist restores an MIT tradition playing a free concert on one of the Institute's historic instruments.
Bartusiak awarded Davis Prize by the History of Science Society
January 13, 2011The Day We Found the Universe cited as a 'crystal-clear narrative' of science and astrophysics between 1920-1940
Harrell convenes thought-leaders to catalyze new research informed by science, humanities and arts disciplines
December 2, 2010
MIT students expand their horizons as Burchard Scholars
November 23, 2010Program brings together MIT sophomores and juniors with humanities, arts and social sciences faculty for eight elegant dinner-seminars.
Crowds and Clouds: Data, sheep, and collaboration in the works of Aaron Koblin
November 17, 2010Delivers Abramowitz Memorial Lecture, hosted by MIT Office of the Arts
Sculpture by Spanish artist Plensa to be installed on campus
October 22, 2010Alumnus is lending the work to MIT for one year in celebration of the Institute’s 150th anniversary.