Faces of UROP
January 8, 2014A series of video profiles of students, produced by filmmaker Jean Dunoyer ’87, provides a unique window on the UROP experience.
Away for the holidays? Before you go, set your auto-replies
December 23, 2013If you're on vacation for the holidays and new year, make sure to set your auto-replies for your email and MITvoip phone, which can be done at work or home.
MIT admits 612 accomplished and diverse students through early action
December 18, 2013New maker portfolios enhance optional application supplements.
Sports Shorts for Dec. 16: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
December 16, 2013Bingham Named All-American; Women’s Volleyball Earns Two Academic All-America Honors
Water, water everywhere: But is there enough to drink?
December 13, 2013At MIT, experts address the challenges of supplying clean, safe water to a growing world population.
Former MIT president Charles M. Vest dies at 72
December 13, 2013As the Institute’s leader from 1990 to 2004, he sparked a period of dynamism.
Engineering students demonstrate product prototypes
December 10, 2013Final 2.009 presentations provide new ideas for athletes, patients, hobbyists, and even horses.
Sports Shorts for Dec. 9: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
December 9, 2013Men’s and women’s basketball each win two; indoor track and field opens season at Boston University
Wi-Phi website presents 'philosophy's greatest hits'
December 9, 2013Open access philosophy site aims to build better minds
Where the ‘beaver works’
December 6, 2013A collaborative space at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, called the Beaver Works Center, will create new opportunities in project-based learning.
MIT experiencing gastroenteritis outbreak
December 5, 2013
Class on digital humanities premieres with tech-savvy approaches
December 4, 2013New class offers MIT students the chance to pair technical know-how with real-world art and humanities projects at local museums.
Four MIT seniors win Marshall Scholarships
December 3, 2013Kate Koch, Colleen Loynachan, Kirin Sinha, and Grace Young will study for two years in the UK.
Sports Shorts for Dec. 2: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
December 2, 2013Men’s swimming and diving earns NEWMAC honors
Sports Shorts for Nov. 25: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
November 25, 2013Women's cross country finishes fifth in NCAA Championships; water polo wraps up season at CWPA Championships
John Mikhael ’13 wins Rhodes Scholarship
November 23, 2013Recent MIT graduate in mathematics, who has also conducted research in neuroscience, will study at Oxford next year.
Reif releases preliminary report of the Institute-Wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education
November 21, 2013Report presents possibilities for reimagining an MIT education.
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Letter regarding preliminary report of the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education
November 21, 2013
Also labeled: Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education, Education, teaching, academics, Educational Innovation and Technology, EdX, Letters to the Community, Massive open online courses (MOOCs), MITx, Office of Digital Learning, OpenCourseWare, President L. Rafael Reif, Faculty, Staff
MIT Medical responds to meningococcal meningitis outbreak at Princeton University
November 19, 2013
Finding ‘rising stars’ in EECS
November 18, 2013MIT-hosted conference encourages the top women studying electrical engineering and computer science nationwide to become professors.