End-of-term subject evaluations, move-out date
Remember to check your syllabi report any end-of-term violations to the UA by visiting http://ua.mit.edu/policy/violations/ or to the chair of the faculty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study space reopened on Student Center fifth floor
The new space has four Athena computers. There are multiple tables, which can be moved around to make larger tables. Additional light fixtures have been installed.
Opening plenary of Solve discusses “Tech for Equality”
The Solve Innovation Fund will raise over $30 million from tax-deductible gifts to make debt and equity investments in for-profit Solver teams. All returns will be reinvested into future Solver teams.
Proposed restructuring would move all faculty away from Global Studies and Languages
"The basic idea is that the language instruction program (Global Languages) would remain in place — along with lecturers, senior lecturers, and staff — but that GSL faculty would move to other SHASS academic units, where their research and expertise are at home," wrote Agustin Rayo PhD ’01, associate dean of SHASS.
Unrest in East Turkestan
The world is moving towards drastic revolution on multiple fronts, and numerous shifting paradigms of the world hinge on China’s encroachment on global territories. The Uyghur people may be suffering far away from us, but what happens in China very blatantly does not stay in China.
Lack of ambition for next year’s Climate Symposia
Been there, done that. No need to discourse at large on these hackneyed topics.
Sometimes in lectures, instead of learning, I am freaking out
Unlike my classmates, I could not focus on the lecture. I was instead intensely focused on an urgent optimization problem: If I wait until the end of the lecture, will it bleed through my pants?
Plague and despair
There are lots of ways to be a student here. It seems unlikely all of them would make you miserable.
Molding medicine with materials
The Anderson Lab designs original materials to deliver biological therapies for various disease models.