Despite the rain, a sunny outlook for 2013 graduates
June 7, 2013Friends and families sit through steady rain to watch graduates receive their diplomas.
Rain doesn’t dampen excitement of MIT’s 2013 Commencement
June 7, 2013Dropbox CEO Drew Houston ’05 tells graduates: 'The people are the reason why there’s only one MIT.'
President L. Rafael Reif's Charge to the Graduates
June 7, 2013'I am certain you will use what you have learned here to make the world a better place.'
Dennis Freeman appointed dean for undergraduate education
June 6, 2013Electrical engineering and computer science professor has lengthy record of leadership in teaching, advising and curricular innovation.
Slideshow: Class of 2013 Senior Toast
June 5, 2013Soon-to-be graduates gathered on Friday, May 31, to celebrate their accomplishments.
Information on this week’s Commencement activities
June 4, 2013MIT advises graduates, guests to expect increased security measures for ceremonies on Thursday and Friday.
Tracking bubbles for improved nuclear safety
June 4, 2013Nuclear science and engineering grad student Rosemary Sugrue explores thermal hydraulics in nuclear reactors
Grad student receives grant for melanoma research
June 3, 2013David Benjamin will investigate mechanisms that melanoma cells use to spread to distant sites throughout the body
Sports Shorts for June 3: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
June 3, 2013MIT wins inaugural NEWMAC President’s Trophy; Kuntz selected as NEWMAC nominee for NCAA Women of the Year
Helping advance computational capabilities, expand student research options
May 30, 2013Associate Professor Benoit Forget looks to the past for clues to push refinement of nuclear reactors
Diving into nuclear policy
May 28, 2013Whether he’s in a Navy submarine or in Washington, you’ll find MIT senior Cameron McCord at the intersection of nuclear engineering, policy and service.
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Local fifth graders explore mathematics with MIT graduate students
May 28, 2013MITxplore, a free after-school math program, transforms math into an adventure.
Sports Shorts for May 28: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
May 28, 2013Quisenberry, Zhang compete at NCAA individual championships; four Engineers earn Academic All-America honors
May 28, 2013Designer Chuck Hoberman partners with CSAIL to create transformable mechanisms
Engineering course ‘demystifies’ entrepreneurship
May 27, 2013‘The Founder’s Journey’ serves as an introduction to entrepreneurship for undergraduates.