Ever heard of Margaret Fuller? She was an author, editor, journalist, literary critic, educator, transcendentalist, and women’s rights advocate in the early 19th century. Margaret Fuller also was born and raised at 71 Cherry Street, just a few blocks from MIT. Since 1902, the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH) has served as a community touchstone in the Port neighborhood. Its food...
Here on the News page, you can read about what’s happening, who is innovating, and what is changing in the administrative world at MIT. You’ll find info on revamped policies and procedures and tips to make your work life easier. Links to newsletters from administrative offices give you a chance to find out what colleagues are working on around the Institute. Is there something you think is important to share with other administrators? Let us know.
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North Carolina solar farm is up and running, significantly offsetting Institute’s carbon emissions.
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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs), also known as unmanned aerial vehicles and drones, have become increasingly visible in parks and open spaces across the country. The use of UASs can make significant contributions to MIT research, education, service, and outreach in a variety of disciplines. MIT seeks to permit UASs to be utilized productively by members of the community.