Each MIT story is different—but those who give and receive scholarships share a sense of the possibilities
For undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty members, the financial support that provides entrance to MIT, or to a new avenue in their work, can be life-changing. Scholarships, fellowships, and professorships unlock one door to reveal many more.
Technical policy scholar Patrick White joins the SPARC project to ask: what comes after success?
Meghana Ranganathan uses math and machine learning to improve how climate predictions are made
Juanjuan Zhang pushes marketing science forward, inspired by its original pioneer
The Campaign heads to California, Atlanta, and London
By recreating a chemistry professor’s research, students build the foundations for future discoveries
More efficient or more sustainable? Janelle Heslop helps businesses achieve both
Ari Bronsoler’s economic analysis helps to identify best practices in a struggling health system
Stefani Spranger is exploring multiple avenues for the next immunotherapy breakthrough
Ensamble Studio’s Antón García-Abril challenges basic notions about how (and where) buildings can be made
Celebrating the oldest architectural course of study in the United States
An excerpt from Catherine E. Clark’s book on the changing conventions of photography
Tod Machover turns to the past—and a fellow composer—for inspiration