One of MIT’s most significant international partnerships has massive global implications.
Daniela Rus says: “Cybercrime may seem inevitable today, but with the right people, resources, and approach, we can change that.”
Karen ’85, SM ’87 and Perry ’85, SM ’87 Ha support the Public Service Center and MISTI-Korea because they provide students an opportunity to make a global impact.
Tavneet Suri’s experiment determined that the hunger season could potentially be shortened and yields increased.
“I see the impact of climate change on the world,” John Carlson (’83) says.
Director Ken Stone says the Hobby Shop provides the space, instruction, and tools to anyone who wants to tinker.
Mike Evans ’00, who cofounded GrubHub, knows that a scholarship can lead to impact.
Miho Mazereeuw, founder of the Urban Risk Lab, has roots in two countries that have dealt with floods, earthquakes, and typhoons.
Maria Zuber, Vice President for Research, is advocating for US investment in science and technology.
Xavier de Souza Briggs reveals that if people in high-poverty areas move to low-poverty areas, soon they may be no better off than before.