"You work all day, you realize it's late at night, and there are still things you want to do - not have to do - want to do." --Kyle Doolan, Senior, Villanova University
Janet Rankin from the MIT Teaching and Learning Lab talks about how to plan an educational video.
With the right tools and backing, children of the 21st century are set to make their mark on the world.
Gruber, a key architect of Massachusetts health reform, uses a visual, comic book-style narrative to make the case for the national health law.
This summer, a few dozen Boston-area high school students chose to spend their mornings toiling away with a variety of materials to create working marvels of engineering. Learn more: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/video-edgerton-workshop-0805.
Toys-for-Tickets and Fill-a-Cruiser, are just two of the many ways MIT gives back to the community each year.
Nearly 300 middle and high school students from four schools worked in teams to address a complex engineering problem using remotely operated underwater vehicles they built themselves.
This summer in Genomics, sixteen MITES students were transformed into research scientists. In groups of four, students researched monogenic disorders such as Early Onset Breast Cancer and sequenced the DNA of several individuals to discover novel human genetic ...
Alesia Latson - 6/28/2012 Read more about MSRP: http://msrp.mit.edu
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MSRP Faculty Presentation Breakfast - 6/19/12Dana Moshkovitz on graduate school, research, and her work in theoretical computer science.Read more about MSRP: http://msrp.mit.edu
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"Fellowship Preparation," recorded 6/21/12.Presenters: Dr. Frances Carter PhD & Dr. Patricia Ordonez Read more about MSRP: http://184.108.40.206/index.php/welcome/login
Frank Dale Morgan - 6/26/2012 Read more about MSRP: http://msrp.mit.edu
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