MIT Faculty Newsletter  
Vol. XXVIII No. 4
March / April 2016
Some Steps Forward on Climate Action,
More Needed
Nuclear Weapons Divestment
Announced at MIT Conference
An Update on Climate Action
MIT and the Climate Challenge:
The Need for More Than Technical Solutions
An Updated Suggestion
Regarding Climate Change
A Century in Cambridge
Does MIT Really Need a Faculty Senate?
MIT Engineering Systems Division R. I. P.
LabArchives: Store and Organize
Your Research Data Online
Asking the Important Questions
Replanting Our Social
and Emotional Landscape
Defects in the MITIMCo Proposals
Questioning Construction Plans
for Kendall Square
Status of World Nuclear Forces
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Asking the Important Questions

To The Faculty Newsletter:

How lucky MIT is to have the measured, informed, and powerful intellectual reasoning of Prof. Sally Haslanger [“Is This Really Who We Are?”, MIT Faculty Newsletter, January/February 2016]. In our community, where the humanities and social sciences are not well-represented we have in Prof. Haslanger a leader who asks the important questions and steers us towards a place of greater transparency and firmer moral ground.

Thank you, Prof. Haslanger!

I hope everyone reads your article.

Molly Ruggles
Senior Educational Technology Consultant, ODL

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