Special events and guest speakers
Engineering leadership skills: sometimes a matter of life and death
January 31, 2011Gordon Engineering Leaders team up to build quinzee shelter during 'project engineering' course.
CNN's Martin to deliver keynote address at MLK Jr. breakfast
January 31, 201137th annual event taking place Feb. 9; registration required by Feb. 5
Alumni power fuels this week’s MIT150 economics and finance symposium
January 26, 2011MIT's strength in economics and finance education is manifest in this week's alumni-rich lineup of panelists.
3 Questions: David Briggs on playing the organ in Kresge Auditorium
January 13, 2011World-renowned organist restores an MIT tradition playing a free concert on one of the Institute's historic instruments.
Hockfield discusses science, innovation and MIT150 on NPR
January 7, 2011On eve of the Institute's anniversary, MIT president talks with On Point's Tom Ashbrook
Suresh discusses the role of engineering in the study of infectious disease
December 13, 2010In public lecture at MIT, former dean describes progress in understanding malaria.
Academic, industry and government leaders explore systems thinking
October 27, 2010Annual conference examines how approach could help solve the world's pressing problems.
Catch the tweet stream: Alumni Leadership Conference
October 25, 2010See the tweets from this weekend's Alumni Leadership Conference, where presentations covered topics such as social media, the 150th-anniversary celebration, the Sloan Engagement Study, and more.
A spiritual path away from MIT leads one grad back to the Institute
October 20, 2010Rabbi Michelle Fisher returns to head up Hillel and prompts a new lecture series
3 Questions: George Shultz on nuclear disarmament
October 17, 2010The former secretary of state (and former MIT professor) discusses his ongoing campaign to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
DUSP presents lectures on inequality
October 14, 2010Fall speaker series explores social imbalances in city life.
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