3 Questions: Melissa Nobles on combating antisemitism and Islamophobia
MIT’s chancellor takes stock of early efforts and details the Institute’s new “Standing Together Against Hate” initiative.
Burchard Scholars gather to network, connect, and learn
The Burchard Scholars dinner series helps create conversations between academic disciplines.
MIT students build connections with Black and Indigenous Brazilians to investigate culture and the environment
Travel offers students a chance to study how art and cultural activism can impact racial justice and environmental issues.
To implement some of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA)’s requirements, we are issuing updated policies.
Serious play at the MIT Game Lab
This unique lab uses games as a way for students to play, explore, and learn to think critically about the role of games in society.
Liberty Ladd: Going above and beyond
For the political science and mechanical engineering student, who is also an Air Force ROTC member, systematic change starts with personal actions.
Students pitch transformative ideas in generative AI at MIT Ignite competition
Twelve teams of students and postdocs across the MIT community presented innovative startup ideas with potential for real-world impact.
Gitanjali Rao honored at White House “Girls Leading Change” celebration
First-year MIT student and former Time “Kid of the Year” honored for promoting science and innovation among youth and inspiring them with several inventions.
Peer coaching helps graduate students thrive
The Graduate Student Coaching Program teaches students the “coaching mindset” to help them reach their personal and professional goals.
The power of knowledge
Senior Joshua Kuffour has set a goal of taking classes in as many departments as he can before he graduates. “It's taught me about valuing different ways of thinking,” he…