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Honor recognizes professors who went the extra mile advising during the pandemic’s disruptions.
PhD candidate Charlene Xia is developing a low-cost system to monitor the microbiome of seaweed farms and identify diseases before they spread.
MIT will increase stipends for all graduate students by 3% starting December 1, 2021.
Rise in endowment will enable greater support for undergraduate and graduate students, and a stronger MIT.
With a double major in linguistics and computer science, senior Rujul Gandhi works to surmount language and cultural barriers, globally and on campus.
The award will support development-oriented research through a Center for Innovation and Technology at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala.
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
An international development practitioner, academic researcher, and social entrepreneur, Pantelic will help guide D-Lab into its third decade.
PhD student Ying Gao’s research reveals that the urban poor in the developing world are politically engaged and capable of effecting change.
Global higher education analyst Quacquarelli Symonds has named the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US as the leader of its graduate employability ranking for a second year in a row.