Prof. Pablo Boczkowski recently wrote “Digitizing the News,” a new book that investigates how daily newspapers in America have entered the online world.
Prof. Tom Malone says technology is changing the workplace – including a time when employees will actually vote on who will be their boss.
Grad student Solomon Assefa co-founded a group that teaches Internet technology to students in Africa.
Composer Elena Ruehr’s new dance opera has critics and audiences on their feet, clapping, cheering, and whistling.
At 27, Junot Diaz wrote his first book, Drown, a literary smash. Now, Diaz is an MIT associate professor teaching creative writing and immigrant literature.
Jack Driscoll, editor-in-residence at MIT’s Media Lab, is arming people with the digital tools to publish their passions.
Michael Best of the Media Lab is now exploring how information technology improves life in the developing world.
Sophomore Kyle Rattray was diagnosed with kidney cancer at age 3. Now cured, he’s volunteering in an MIT research lab to find a cure for others.
Students borrow top-quality art — including original Andy Warhols — in MIT”s Student Loan Art Program.
Grad student Andrew Heifetz wins $30,000 for his great ideas.