In order to incentivize faculty and thesis supervisors, an “Institute-level award that recognizes excellence in mentoring and advising” will also be created.
The live performer, Chance Emerson, was “fantastic,” Struckman said, adding that a highlight of her night was “dancing with [her] friends to the live music.”
All around Boston, the trees are full of shades of white, pink, and green, the tulips in the Boston Public Gardens are reaching bloom, and allergies (and COVID o.O) are on the rise. However, we will have a small regression after Tuesday’s/Wednesday’s storm with the Boston area experiencing below average temperatures as the week comes to an end. Fret not, as seasonal spring temperatures and plenty of sun are just around the corner!
The 6-4 SB and 6-14 MEng programs will be offered to students by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science beginning Fall 2022.
MIT will also fund “a study to research and document” the role of MIT’s third president Francis Walker in “advancing the Native American reservation system, which cruelly and unjustly relocated Native Americans from their land to make way for European settlers.”
The 2015 CAP was also criticized for outlining very sparing goals, such as “reducing emissions by 32% by 2030.”
Marty Baron will deliver the annual Compton lecture on Thursday, April 21.
MIT will hold a showcase with a live webcast for the five projects April 21 at 10 a.m. ET.
MIT will renovate Building W41, the Metropolitan Storage Warehouse at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Vassar Street, as a new physical space for SA+P and its units, including the new design academy.
The last day to add half-term subjects offered in the second half of the term (H4) is April 8.
75% of 3,823 eligible graduate students voted, with 1,785 students (66%) voting in favor of unionization and 912 students (34%) voting against.
Spicer and Ravikumar ran against presidential candidate Ananya Gurumurthy ’23 and vice presidential candidate Lexi So ’23.
The admissions office’s research reportedly found that standardized testing “significantly” improved the office’s ability to predict academic success at MIT, even when controlling for socioeconomic factors that correlate with testing.