Awards, honors and fellowships
Sports Shorts for Apr. 10: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
April 11, 2012Men's volleyball takes second at volleyball scramble tournament; Rafidi competes at Junior World Fencing Championships.
Three MIT economics doctoral students selected as among the world's most promising
April 4, 2012
All in a day’s work: Design and print your own robot
April 3, 2012MIT project, funded with $10 million NSF grant, could transform robotic design and production
Two MIT juniors named Truman Scholars
April 2, 2012McCord, Okuneye awarded $30,000 for graduate study toward careers in government, non-profits.
Sports Shorts for April 2: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
April 2, 2012MIT jumps to fourth in Learfield Sports Directors Cup standings; Shin competes at NCAA Fencing Championships.
Buehler to receive Outstanding Young Investigator Award from the Materials Research Society
March 30, 2012Honored for highly innovative and creative work in computational modeling
Two from MIT named Goldwater Scholars
March 29, 2012Undergraduates receive top honor in collegiate math, science and engineering education.
Sports Shorts for March 27: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
March 27, 2012Kates named All-American; men's and women's swimming and diving teams finish in top 10 at NCAAs.
MIT Professor Shigeru Miyagawa named award recipient by the OCW Consortium
March 23, 2012Professor Miyagawa recognized with other leaders of the global OpenCourseWare movement.
MIT-Germany Seed Fund winners announced
March 20, 2012Funds support collaborations between faculty and research scientists at MIT and in Germany.
New CSAIL research could help secure the cloud
March 14, 2012DARPA funding awarded to a project that aims to develop a smart, self-healing cloud computing infrastructure.
Current SHASS MacVicar Faculty Fellows reflect on teaching at MIT
March 14, 2012New fellows to be named Friday; current SHASS fellows discuss the significance — and the sheer fun — of teaching the Institute's students
Five faculty to receive ACS awards
March 13, 2012
Sports Shorts for Mar. 13: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
March 13, 2012Men's basketball advances to the Final Four; indoor track and field competes at NCAA Championship.
Graduate programs in engineering, management excel in new rankings
March 13, 2012MIT leads in multiple disciplines, says U.S. News & World Report.
The scoop on Coeus: It’s not just for grants.gov proposals
March 12, 2012Coeus is equally useful for preparing and routing other grant proposals, whether they are going to industry, foundations or federal agencies.
Scott Aaronson wins NSF’s Alan T. Waterman Award
March 8, 2012National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award will help fuel CSAIL researcher’s work.
McGovern Institute to honor synapses expert Roger Nicoll
March 8, 2012Named winner of the 2012 Edward M. Scolnick Prize in Neuroscience.
Rebecca Saxe named Young Global Leader by World Economic Forum
March 7, 2012
Princeton Review names MIT a top school for video game design
March 7, 2012Undergraduate and graduate programs both lauded.
Startup developing new battery technology wins $12,000 in first MIT ACCELERATE contest
March 6, 2012
Sports Shorts for Mar. 6: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
March 6, 2012Men's basketball moves on to Sweet 16; Shin named NFC Fencer of the Year.