We're pleased to send you the first Student Life & Learning monthly email digest. Each month, one of us will take a turn using this space to share perspectives on topics of importance to you. Along with our short messages, we'll also provide links to news and resources we hope you'll find useful or significant.
Not only is this digest for students, its design and elements are from students...
Q: It feels like MIT is moving in a direction that would make us similar to other traditional colleges while we want to keep MIT's unique experience and culture for future students. Can you address this disparity?
Read response from the Chancellor
Q: How can we encourage greater interdisciplinary collaboration and events between graduate students from different departments?
Read response from the Office of Dean for Graduate Education
Assessment Team (WMAT) focused on maintaining rich student life at Walker
MIT launched its new House Dining program featuring expanded service and new facilities.
See the results of Living Pink, a student-run survey on welcoming environments at MIT for LGBTQ individuals.
In Spring 2012, spend a semester abroad in India, Nicaragua or Zambia while earning MIT credit.
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