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The Phi Beta Kappa Society, the nation’s oldest academic honor society, invited 77 graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 into the MIT chapter, Xi of Massachusetts.
Graduate student Alexa Aguilar helps tiny satellites communicate and builds connections in her academic community.
A new program sponsored by the Office of Minority Education and supported by offices across campus is working to advance the success of men of color at MIT.
A new daughter helped Alejandra Falla PhD ’18 gain perspective on life — and her tiny MIT regalia stole the show at Commencement.
Historic building would create “design hub” for MIT, with benefits for surrounding community.
In the wake of the devastating 2017 hurricane, MIT hosted five Puerto Rican undergraduates to help them continue their path toward graduate school.
A special presentation for all of the OVC by Associate Dean Kate Trimble and the staff of the PKG Public Service Center will take place on Monday, July 9 at 2 pm in 6-120, with refreshments to follow. PKG will move from DSL to OVC effective July 2018. This presentation will provide an opportunity to welcome the PKG…
The greatest opportunities are for humans, not technology, Sandberg says.
Ranked at the top for the seventh straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 of 48 disciplines.
Annamarie Bair, a premed student turned computer science major, is drawn to the promise of artificial intelligence and health care.