Diving into nuclear policy
May 29, 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.
Also labeled: Global, Nuclear power and reactors, Nuclear science and engineering, Public service, Research, Student life, Undergraduate, Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER), Energy, Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILGs), Navy, Physics, Profile, ROTC, Russia, Security studies and military, Sports, Fukushima, Skolkovo, Skoltech
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 28, 2013‘The Founder’s Journey’ serves as an introduction to entrepreneurship for undergraduates.
Students recognized for environmental health research
May 21, 2013Grads and postdocs presented work at poster session held by Center for Environmental Health Sciences
iCampus Student Competition yields online tools for improved on campus experiences
May 21, 2013Grand prize in 2013 competition goes to an online exploration tool to aid students in planning their selection of classes.
NSE grad student wins Heller Entrepreneurship Grant
May 21, 2013Sam Shaner recognized for contributing to spirit of entrepreneurship at the Institute
MIT students, alumni awarded 2013 Fulbright grants
May 20, 2013Selected on the basis of academic or professional achievement, as well as demonstrated leadership potential in their fields
Sports Shorts for May 20: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
May 20, 2013Zhang named regional Arthur Ashe Award winner; Hank Smith honored by NFF
A caring mind
May 17, 2013Red blood cells, dengue fever and greenhouses have been on MIT senior Paula Trepman’s mind as she tackles problems in global health care.
D-Lab Scale-Ups awards funds to three MIT social entrepreneurs
May 16, 2013Shawn Wen ‘13, Kevin Cedrone SM ’10 PhD ‘13 and Sumana Shrestha MBA ‘13 to join the Phase I Fellowship Program
MIT Global Founders’ Skills Accelerator announces 2013 student teams
May 16, 2013Startup accelerator includes eight MIT student teams as well as teams from six international universities.
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Students with toys: Not just playing around
May 15, 2013In mechanical engineering department’s toy-design class, teams design creative board games, plush toys and puzzles.
British Prime Minister David Cameron visits MIT
May 14, 2013Personable robots, advanced prosthetics and entrepreneurship figure prominently in campus visit.
First ‘SuperUROPs’ cap off inaugural year
May 13, 2013EECS program immerses undergraduates in advanced research projects.
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MIT conference showcases undergraduate research
May 13, 2013EECScon 2013 marks MIT’s first research conference geared toward engineering undergraduates
Sports Shorts for May 13: A weekly wrap-up of MIT varsity athletics
May 13, 2013Baseball wins ECAC championship, earns at-large bid to NCAA Tournament; Barlow and Williams awarded NEWMAC Coach of the Year honors