MIT Engineering Systems Division celebrates its first 100 doctoral alumni
September 23, 2011First-ever ESD PhD Alumni Symposium provides a look at careers after an ESD PhD
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.
Architecture and planning students sweep Schnitzer awards
September 19, 2011Two students of art, one of Architecture and one of media take top four prizes
Said and Done for September 2011
September 15, 2011The humanities, arts and social sciences monthly digest
Four MIT graduate students win HHMI fellowships
August 5, 2011
Daniel Schmidt, neurobiology postdoc, wins cancer fellowship
July 19, 2011Brain-tumor researcher named among 18 fellows
Said and Done
July 4, 2011Humanities, arts and social sciences digest for June 2011
Canadian graduate student creates graphene Bruins logo
June 17, 2011Student salutes his new hometown team using atomistic simulation
‘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 women cyclists win hat trick of events at Collegiate Road Nationals
May 13, 2011Combined efforts by men and women net MIT third place overall win in Division II Omnium
Institute teams dominate Clean Energy Prize
May 10, 2011Institute ideas win $200K top prize and all five finalist prizes, with variety of energy solutions.
MIT team wins Berkeley-Stanford Green Entrepreneurship Competition
May 3, 2011Two MIT Leaders for Global Operations students and their MIT colleagues take home prize after pitching U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu.
Out of thick air
April 21, 2011MIT graduate student is working to make water available for the world’s poor by refining the tools and techniques of fog harvesting.
Engineering, management programs excel in graduate rankings
March 15, 2011MIT leads the way in several disciplines in U.S. News and World Report's annual list
Student inventor Alice Chen receives Lemelson-MIT Student Prize
March 9, 2011$30,000 prizes awarded to inventive students nationwide; four leading universities celebrate 2011 winners