MIT is advancing a proposal to create a new hub for undergraduate residential life that would include housing, dining, maker space, common and study space, and street-level public retail. The proposed development at 134 Massachusetts Ave. ? which could house more than 400 students ?
Does your Department, Lab, or Center have frequently used forms that require signatures ? for example, contracts or student waivers? Then a service called DocuSign can ease your paper chase. IS&T...
The Institute routinely sends out surveys to segments of the MIT community on a wide range of issues. Occasionally, departments, labs and centers will run their own surveys.
Are you still trying to remember all of your passwords? Or worse, are you using one password for multiple online accounts? Do you have a shared team password that needs to be regularly updated because of...
MIT?s fiscal year-end closing is underway. The Office of the Vice President for Finance has developed a short online demonstration to provide guidance to MIT community members.
On May 6 nearly 200 people attended two community meetings to hear updates on MIT?s Kendall Square Initiative. Proposed designs for six buildings to be developed on MIT-owned parking lots in the East Campus/Kendall Square area were presented.
When MIT?s new memorial to Sean Collier is unveiled on Wednesday, the Institute community will get its first close look at a remarkable new structure: 32 massive pieces of polished granite in the form of five radial walls and arches, converging at a keystone above an open space.
Personalized MIT 2014 Total Compensation statements were mailed to home addresses in late April.
Landmark building will remain open during restoration
A daring and elegant structure, MIT?s Kresge Auditorium was designed by Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen, who also designed the MIT Chapel. In the six decades following the May 1955 dedication and opening of both buildings,...
On May 14, 2015, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., staff from across the Institute will gather in Morss Hall at Walker Memorial (50-140) to network with their colleagues at the 3rd annual Careers Across MIT event.