Education, teaching, academics
From Anchorage, Alaska, to 77 Massachusetts Avenue
October 26, 2011Exposure to engineering as a teen steers freshman Sara Falcone to MIT
Skolkovo Foundation and MIT to collaborate on developing the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
October 26, 2011Graduate research university part of new innovation center outside Moscow
Fellowship supports MIT Sloan students working on societal challenges
October 24, 2011A Q&A with two fellowship grantees, Dante Cassanego and Julie Lein.
Joseph Aoun PhD ’82, president of Northeastern University, receives Muh Alumni Award
October 24, 2011Biennial award honors MIT alumni achievements in humanities, arts and social sciences.
What’s next for engineering education?
October 21, 2011Dean of Engineering to share his views on engineering education in the face of increasing need for innovative technical leaders.
IROP students around the world
October 21, 2011During the 2010-2011 academic year, International Research Opportunities Program students conducted research around the world in 18 different countries.
Unlocking the key to human intelligence
October 19, 2011
DOW-MIT Access Program shows reality and rewards of graduate school
October 17, 2011Weekend of activities introduces undergrads to opportunities in chemical engineering, chemistry and materials science.
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.
DAPER to offer three new physical education classes
October 13, 2011Quarter two will feature broomball, rifle, boot camp for athletes
Everybody’s a winner
October 7, 2011Automatic window-shading invention tops a strong field of entries in materials competition.
Classes and academic research help launch companies
October 2, 2011A variety of course offerings are devoted to spurring new ventures.
d'Arbeloff Fund seeks proposals for innovative curricular projects
September 30, 2011
Schuh appointed head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering
September 26, 2011Replaces interim department head Carl Thompson.
MIT announces Professor Gilbert Strang as first MathWorks Professor of Mathematics
September 26, 2011Endowment underscores value commercial industry places on science, technology, engineering and mathematics education
MIT athletics ranked ninth nationally In NSCA Power Rankings
September 26, 2011MIT’s intercollegiate athletics program continues to be regarded as one of the best overall programs in the nation.
Dyslexia independent of IQ
September 22, 2011Brain-imaging study suggests that reading difficulties are the same regardless of overall intelligence — and that more children could benefit from support in school.
BLOSSOMS working with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) to improve science and math education
September 22, 2011
Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering collaborates in developing nuclear security curriculum for graduate education
September 20, 2011Department of Energy names MIT as one of three universities awarded grants for the program.
Science school for judges
September 19, 2011MIT and the Broad Institute open their doors to the judicial community for a workshop at the intersection of science and the law.