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Join us for our weekly dinner gathering and Bible study. We are excited for you to join our Christian family for students here at MIT. Grads & undergrads welcome from all backgrounds, believers & those who are seeking to know more about Jesus.
A service of scripture, song, and communion in the MIT Chapel, followed by a home-cooked dinner and fellowship in W11. All are welcome!
Executive Committee Meeting of the Graduate Student Council
Looking at questions like making Kiddush using a paper cup, what is the Orthodox view of the status of Reform weddings???, Shabbat elevators, and the like. First discussion: What photocopied Torah materials can I recycle, and what do I have to put in genius?
--Dinner will be served
Future of the Campus Panel with David Adjaye: Designing A Place for Inventing the Future: The MIT Campus, Then, Now, Next - Part of the MIT 2016 Symposium
The Intersections of Architecture and Campus Culture
with David Adjaye, Principal, Adjaye Associates, London, and 2016 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT recipient
We are taking a field trip to the MIT Museum. Come and join us for this special guided tour of the exhibitions. The MIT Museum's mission is to engage the wider community with MIT's science, technology and other areas.
Head over to their website and check out the exhibitions!
Among the greatest missed opportunities are banal responses to questions like "tell me about yourself" Learn and exercise creative ways to be a successful self-advocate: together, we will strengthen our responses to hallway chatter and use reflection to develop, rehearse, and share an authentic elev
- The MIT Canadians Club is putting together a resume book to send to Canadian companies!
- Join us for a resume workshop with GECD; bring your resume to ask specific questions
- Please sign up at: https://signup.mit.edu:444/signup.php?id=2112053962
- Food will be provided!
The culmination of a major project by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, this exhibition presents a body of work that looks at the history of online spam and scamming through film, sculpture, photography, and installation.
Join Sidewalk Labs, a unit of Alphabet (formerly Google), for a discussion about three things (other than autonomous vehicles) that are redefining our transportation system.
MIT Polymer Day: Poster Contest 11AM to 2:30 PM, Symposium 3:00 to 5:00 PM, Awards 5:00 to 6:30 PM
Are you new to MIT and MIT Spouses & Partners Connect? Want to learn about how to participate in our meetings and groups? Have questions about childcare, jobs or English classes? Come meet the staff and ask your questions about life at MIT and in Boston.
Ingenious, philosophical, and witty kinetic sculptures that are beloved by all who see them.
A multimedia excursion into the history of artificial intelligence at MIT; includes Kismet, the world's first sociable robot designed by MIT Professor Cynthia Breazeal.
MIT was one of the initial occupants of Boston's Back Bay in the 1860s, but within 40 years there was little vacant acreage for the maturing Institute to acquire in the rapidly developing neighborhood. By the early 20th century MIT began to explore in earnest for a new site.
View holograms from the Museum's collections, the largest in the world. Discover how holograms are made at interactive stations designed to illuminate this dynamic photographic technique.
MIT's Centenary exhibition (March 1 - Sept. 6) includes rarely seen architectural drawings, photographs, interviews and artifacts showing the dramatic impact that the design and building of MIT has had on the physical, economic and social development of Cambridge.
This class is directed to beginners and people with previous experience. Classes meet on Wednesdays until May 11.
Cost for the term: $90 MIT affiliates / $120 general public. A coursebook ($29) is also required.
Cambridge photojournalist Randy H. Goodman captured life in the Islamic Republic of Iran during the hostage crisis and the Iran-Iraq war.
Get plugged into a vibrant and life-giving community by spending time together in scripture and discussing faith. All are welcome!