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Three from MIT awarded 2022 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans

Three from MIT awarded 2022 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans

Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.

MIT OpenCourseWare launches NextGen platform

MIT OpenCourseWare launches NextGen platform

New site offers mobile-responsive, search-optimized experience to a growing global audience of learners.

Embracing ancient materials and 21st-century challenges

Embracing ancient materials and 21st-century challenges

An early interest in archaeology led senior Sophia Mittman to explore many facets of materials science, from restoring artwork to making mining more sustainable.

Kickback Series: A Black at MIT Sloan experience

Kickback Series: A Black at MIT Sloan experience

MIT Sloan Black Business Students Association (BBSA) launches a four-part podcast series chronicling the stories of four Black at Sloan students and alumni.

QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 12 subjects for 2022

QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 12 subjects for 2022

The Institute also ranks second in two subject areas.

At MIT, women take the lead on student teams

At MIT, women take the lead on student teams

Women strengthen MIT Edgerton Center rocketry, motorsports, and solar vehicle teams with diverse perspectives.

“Diverse people lead to diverse ideas”

“Diverse people lead to diverse ideas”

As he works toward a career in aerospace engineering, senior Devin Johnson uplifts others along the way.

IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge Awards and Celebration

IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge Awards and Celebration

The 21st annual IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge held its first-ever hybrid award ceremony on Sunday, April 24th at the MIT Media Lab.

Traveling the world to make a global impact

Traveling the world to make a global impact

MISTI sends first Independent Activities Period students abroad since 2020.

Q&A: Stuart Schmill on MIT’s decision to reinstate the SAT/ACT requirement

Q&A: Stuart Schmill on MIT’s decision to reinstate the SAT/ACT requirement

Standardized tests help the Institute’s admissions team identify and assess students from all backgrounds, says MIT’s dean of admissions and student financial services.