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Despite being far from campus because of the pandemic, some students are engineering a creative way to stay connected.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, MIT enters a new mode for teaching and learning.
“Operations in practice are very messy, but I think that’s what makes them exciting,” says graduate student Jean Pauphilet.
MIT students collaborate with Hong Kong peers to solve urban challenges through the MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node.
MIT senior Michelle Kornberg uses her background in mechanical and ocean engineering to track how climate change has impacted underwater environments.
Graduate engineering program is No. 1 in the nation; MIT Sloan is No. 5.
Philosophers are part of a team working on transforming technology ethics education at MIT.
Hack for Inclusion partnered with corporations and organizations to pose 14 challenges directly related to problems those groups are currently facing.
The following letter was sent to the MIT community on March 10 by President L. Rafael Reif.