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3 Questions: Stuart Schmill on MIT Admissions’ participation in the STARS College Network
MIT’s dean of admissions and student financial services talks about helping rural students better understand their options for going to college.
Fieldwork class examines signs of climate change in Hawaii
MIT students research effects of climate change on forests and sulfur dioxide emissions as a model for planet-wide events.
Full immersion in health care for MIT students
Students working in Boston Medical Center’s Autism Program make an impact while experiencing the whirlwind atmosphere of a hospital.
Coding for health equity
Senior Mercy Oladipo is building tools to address disparities in health care.
Giving refugees design education — and newfound hope
MIT D-Lab workshops equip refugees in Greece and elsewhere with the skills and confidence to solve problems in their communities.
QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 11 subjects for 2023
The Institute also ranks second in five subject areas.
New African and African diaspora studies major takes off at MIT
The major invites students to explore the riches of culture, innovation, thought leadership, and beauty that originate in the continent of Africa and its many diasporas.
Designing for better lives
Flavio Emilio Vila Skrzypek, a graduate student in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, wants to design cities without inequities.
MIT announces financial aid and tuition rates for the 2023–24 academic year
Financial aid support remains strong, offsetting a 3.75 percent rise in tuition, and changes to housing, dining, and other costs.
3 Questions: John Dozier on Dialogues Across Difference
A new campus series intends to inspire conversation about building community across the Institute.