Cyber security: Education is the key
October 14, 2011If you haven't yet been a victim of phishing, malware or other online fraud, statistics show that it may just be a matter of time. With the number of cyber threats growing daily, it helps to be reminded of how you can do your part to combat the risks.
Jane Phillips, employee in Office of Vice President for Finance, dies at 65
October 13, 2011
MIT launches social network for ridesharing
October 12, 2011Partnership with Zimride creates a secure platform to enhance campus mobility.
President Hockfield takes the long view during annual State of the Institute forum
October 4, 2011MIT on solid financial foundation despite uncertain economy.
Partner vendors offer cellphone discounts to MIT community members
September 22, 2011
Also labeled: Information Services and Technology
MIT community mourns death of sophomore Nicolas E. Del Castillo
September 5, 2011An investigation is under way; no sign of foul play.
Also labeled: Students
Pi Beta Phi finds a home on campus
September 2, 2011Undergraduate sorority selected to occupy 405 Memorial Drive in 2012
Bike-to-Work team pedals to grand prize award in MassCommuter Challenge
August 31, 2011MIT Lincoln Laboratory honored for outstanding participation.
Finding the right IT tools for persons with disabilities
August 15, 2011As another academic year comes into view, ATIC staff are out in front, testing IT tools for those who have various disabilities or temporary injuries, such as visual or hearing impairments, dyslexia, or repetitive strain injuries.
Institute Archives closed to research use Aug. 22 through Sept.9
August 12, 2011Assistance will still be available online and by phone
IS&T announces full support for Service Pack 1 for Windows 7
August 2, 2011Service Pack 1 (SP1) includes previously released security, performance and stability updates, as well as enhancements to features and services in Windows 7.
MIT one of four universities selected for a pilot program in emergency management accreditation
June 29, 2011
Also labeled: Campus emergency
Making MIT’s (750-pound) sesquicentennial cake
June 9, 2011See the five-day process that started at Montilio's bakery in Brockton ended with the MIT150 sesquicentennial cake — all 750 pounds of it — being devoured at Toast to Tech.
‘Set your sights on changing the world’
June 3, 2011At MIT’s 145th Commencement, Xerox chair Ursula Burns urges graduates to live so that they leave behind more than they take away.
MIT for Two
June 2, 2011When Noramay Cadena ’03, MS ’11, MBA ’11 arrived on campus as an 18-year-old freshman, she brought along her toddler. When she returned to earn two graduate degrees, her daughter felt right at home.
Tomorrow's MIT studentsSubscribe
May 23, 2011High schoolers visit MIT as part of Fidelity, Teach for America program