New PE.0539 course supports students who want to meet new people, strengthen friendships, build communities, and make MIT a more welcoming place.
As societies move to cleaner technologies, the MIT senior seeks to make the transition more sustainable and just.
Political science and physics major Leela Fredlund wants to ensure fairness and justice prevail in humanity’s leap into space.
At the ASM Materials Education Foundation’s 2023 Undergraduate Design Competition, seniors Louise Anderfaas and Darsh Grewal design a super-strong aluminum plate for applications such as planes and cars.
Richard Lester describes an emerging new initiative that will back climate efforts at the Institute and find outside partnerships to drive actionable innovation.
The graduate students will aim to commercialize innovations in AI, machine learning, and data science.
Me-Shirts, winner of the annual MIT materials science competition, has developed a biodegradable material than can be easily added and removed from shirts.
David Friedrich, senior associate dean for housing and residential services, discusses the new Graduate Junction residence and the unique partnership with American Campus Communities.
The inventor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist has co-founded and developed over 70 life-science and technology startups.
For 14 years, Crayton has strengthened programs and created new ones that foster academic success, provide mentoring, prepare students for careers or graduate school, and build community.