In a visit to the MIT campus on May 14, 2013, British Prime Minister David Cameron met with President L. Rafael Reif and Media Lab director Joichi Ito, faculty members and students, and a group of young MIT entrepreneurs.
Heather Paxson, an associate professor in MIT's Anthropology Program, studies the people and culture behind the renaissance of artisanal cheese making in the United States.
Speakers: Stephen Van Evera, Elizabeth Wood, Carol Saivetz, Bakyt Beshimov, Peter Krause, Jeanne Guillemin and Silvia DominguezModerator: Richard Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science at the MIT Dept of Political Science and director of CIS.
Speakers: Stephen Van Evera, Elizabeth Wood, Carol Saivetz, Bakyt Beshimov, Peter Krause, Jeanne Guillemin and Silvia Dominguez. Moderator: Richard Samuels
Scenes from MIT's campus during the memorial ceremony for Officer Sean Collier on April 24, 2013.
On April 24, 2013 in Briggs Field, thousands of law enforcement officials joined the MIT community in honoring fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier.
After an extensive renovation project, the Barker Library reading room has reopened to reveal the grandeur of the restored oculus atop the Great Dome, and the beauty of the rotunda’s original architecture.
Speakers:Scot OsterwellAndy ClaymanMargaret RobertsonRecorded on April 15, 2013
Creating an online profile and building an online network, especially on LinkedIn, is an arduous but necessary task. Fine-tuning your profile, maximizing your network and connecting with contacts can be even more perplexing.A workshop presented by the Alumni Association and MIT Sloan’s ...
Professor Annette M. Kim presents preliminary findings of her research about Beijing's elaborate underground housing market.
Lady Barbara Judge spent eight years as a director and then chair of the U.K. Atomic Energy Authority and now serves on Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Nuclear Reform Monitoring Committee.