Education, teaching, academics
They’re mastering manufacturing
March 1, 2012A distinctive MIT program trains engineers and managers who want to build careers on the leading edge of industrial production.
MIT OpenCourseWare teams up with Flat World Knowledge to combine free texts and free course materials
February 29, 2012Collaboration among open education innovators creates rich learning opportunities for independent learners.
Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science now available in OCW Scholar format
February 27, 20126.01SC is the fourth of seven courses OCW will publish this spring specifically to meet the needs of independent learners.
Solhee Lee, SDM ’12: systems thinking for the next generation
February 24, 2012
Principles of Microeconomics now available in MIT OpenCourseWare’s innovative OCW Scholar format
February 23, 201214.01SC is the third of seven courses OCW will publish this spring specifically to meet the needs of independent learners.
Paola Cappellaro wins AFOSR Young Investigator Award
February 15, 2012Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering assistant professor is investigating a bottom-up approach to quantum information devices.
Differential Equations now available in MIT OpenCourseWare's innovative OCW Scholar format
February 13, 201218.03SC is the second of seven courses OCW will publish this spring specifically to meet the needs of independent learners.
MITx prototype course opens for enrollment
February 13, 2012Online-learning initiative’s first offering, ‘6.002x: Circuits and Electronics,’ accepting registrants now.
MIT and SUTD open International Design Centre
February 9, 2012Aims to become the world’s premier scholarly hub for technologically intensive design.
Cohen, Hinckley named Gates Cambridge Scholars for 2012
February 9, 2012Two MIT seniors to pursue graduate degrees at the University of Cambridge.
MIT OpenCourseWare publishes Linear Algebra in innovative OCW Scholar format
February 9, 2012One of OCW's most popular courses, Linear Algebra, is now available in a version designed to support independent learning.
Michael Seelhof, SDM '12: a banker adds theory to experience in managing complexity
February 8, 2012
Proof that 'MIT Can Talk'
February 7, 2012IAP activity promotes campus-wide awareness of good oral communication skills.
Education, empowerment and enlightenment through guided disassembly of your broken stuff
February 7, 2012Peter Mui ’82 holds Fixit Clinic XVIII at the MIT Edgerton Center.
Medicine, microorganisms and Mexico
February 6, 2012Biology major and Rhodes Scholar combines research and social service in the study of infectious diseases.
Nuclear security takes its place in NSE’s curriculum
January 31, 2012
Robots go head to head, 250 miles above Earth
January 25, 2012Third annual Zero Robotics competition pits robots against each other on the International Space Station.
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Survey: Young Americans recognize the impact of innovation on U.S. economy and personal lives
January 25, 2012Lemelson-MIT Invention Index reveals barriers and drivers to becoming U.S. inventors.
Seminar challenges with systems approach to climate change
January 20, 2012Energy Systems and Climate Change Mitigation tackles the multidimensional challenges of climate change.
Alumni Class Funds seek proposals for teaching and education enhancement
January 19, 2012