Independent Activities Period
Objective reality: 3-D printing gains traction at MIT
January 10, 2014MIT Libraries are offering an IAP session (already full) and a brown-bag lunch talk on 3-D printing — technology MIT helped develop years ago that is now entering the mainstream.
Students examine Russian networks in action
February 22, 2013MIT-Russia program sends 12 students to Moscow as part of “Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Networks” IAP course
Skoltech, MIT reflect on first year of collaboration
December 21, 2012Anniversary event celebrates international ties.
Building a better world
December 4, 2012From fuel cells to bamboo, and from Tanzania to Brazil, MIT senior Arfa Aijazi crosses borders and disciplines to make an impact.
Proof that 'MIT Can Talk'
February 7, 2012IAP activity promotes campus-wide awareness of good oral communication skills.
IAP active bystander workshop taping: a huge success
February 14, 2011Sloan fellows and MBAs work together to develop videos to train future student leaders.
12 MIT students to participate in this year’s Four Weeks for America Challenge
December 21, 2010Working with Teach For America mentors, MIT students will be helping high school students develop solid math and science skills.
Moving ahead with Athena Working Group recommendations on student printing
October 13, 2010Will implement some recommendations over the fall term, IAP
Legatum Center at MIT awards IAP 2010 seed grants
February 4, 2010
Mind, Hand — and Stomach: East Campus learns how to cook
December 17, 2009Victoria Davenport, senior administrative assistant to the Dean for Student Life, offers her professional culinary skills in a cooking class for the students of East Campus.
IAP 2010: Experience Creativity in Teaching and Learning
December 1, 2009MIT’s special four-week term begins on Jan. 4 and ends Jan. 29
Of note: Legatum Seed Grant applications now being accepted
November 4, 2009