Content tagged ‘alumni/ae’
Continuum, November 25th, 2013
Continuum, November 20th, 2013
Continuum, November 7th, 2013
MIT has a long history aeronautic and astronautic innovation.
Continuum, October 25th, 2013
Formlabs is on the cutting edge of 3D technology.
Continuum, October 10th, 2013
Brian Chan creates intricate works of art with paper.
Continuum, September 15th, 2013
His pioneering work transformed photography.
Continuum, August 18th, 2013
Continuum, August 15th, 2013
MIT alumni took their photo-aggregating app to market with help from the Institute.
Continuum, August 13th, 2013
Carter Jernigan ’07 launched his own business at age 12. Where is he now?
Continuum, August 13th, 2013
What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?
Continuum, August 7th, 2013
Continuum, August 1st, 2013
What do you do if you have two degrees in music and three in electrical engineering?
Continuum, July 24th, 2013
New study makes surprising discovery about online reviews
Continuum, July 22nd, 2013
Is your ability to move up affected by where you grow up?
Continuum, July 17th, 2013
According to Sina Kevin Nazemi, nothing is impossible.
Donor gifts to the MIT Energy Initiative help transform the Institute and the world.
Alice Chen wins the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for invention.
“’We’ve got a problem’ is music to my ears!” says Ed Roberts, long a driving force of innovation at MIT.
Audrey Buyrn and Alan Phillips — backpackers who have cherished the Earth's beauty for 40 years — take the lead to preserve the Earth.
Fort '85 and Beth Flowers support a graduate fellowship at MIT. Giving back, Fort says, "is a value that our extended family treasures."
A biologically engineered drug once saved Randi Fett's life. Now, she and her husband, Dr. David Fett '77, feel an "ethical obligation" to give back.
Stephen '74 and Anne Cucchiaro of Boston make a major gift to MIT - the largest gift ever to the Sailing Pavilion.
Tom Peterson '57 gives a major gift to MIT's Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, because he says that whatever MIT touches turns to gold.
George Elbaum '59 and Mimi Jensen of San Francisco make a continuing commitment to support graduate fellowships in the Department of Physics.
Donald '42 and Doris Berkey of Naples, Florida, establish a professorship in the McGovern Institute for Brain Research.
Ed and Joyce Linde, along with the Linde Family Foundation, announce a $25M gift for undergraduate financial aid.
Buzz Aldrin, alumnus and former astronaut — who has written a new book to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the moon landing — reflects on his life and work.
Chuck and Jen Johnson have a dream that MIT researchers will soon find cures for cancer.
Ray Sidney makes a gift to support graduate fellowships to honor a former professor.
Irwin and Joan Jacobs, who never forgot their lean days as students, give MIT $30 million to support graduate fellowships.
Nobel laureate Phillip Sharp says MIT’s new cancer center will blend science
and engineering to find new treatments for cancer.
Jim and Pat Poitras commit $20 million to the McGovern Institute for Brain Research to support mental illness research.
Mark Gorenberg ’76, who says MIT had a big impact on his life and career, makes a major gift to the Institute to return what he has received.
Cancer survivor David Koch makes a $100 million gift to create an integrative cancer research center that he hopes will find the cure.
One of the best engineers in the country, Bernie Gordon gives MIT $20 million to prepare students for engineering leadership.
Siddharth Shriram of New Delhi, India, establishes a scholarship in honor of his late father.
Greg Palm of New York establishes a professorship in economics.
John and Jane Bradley of Manchester, MA, make a gift to support the development of biofuels.
Jeff Silverman establishes two career development professorships and makes a gift to make Jerusalem a place of peace by the year 2050.
Tony Sun, ‘74, believes MIT students need global experience. “Being the best engineer alone is insufficient…unless (you) have a broader view of…the world,” he says.
Fred and Carole Middleton give a series of gifts to help MIT lead the world.
Robert and Leslie Gladstone establish a fund to provide unrestricted support to MIT.