Plug in to the administrative community

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.

  • Thursday, Jul 28, 2016

    Enrollment is now open for two opportunities for MIT staff to learn with a cohort of their peers this fall.

    Essentials of Managing and MIT’s Administrative Assistant Program (MITAAP) are both multi-session programs that provide critical role-related skills and information and emphasize the value of networking with and learning from peers.

    MITAAP offers administrative assistants...

    Tags: training
  • Wednesday, Jul 27, 2016

    It would be a stretch to say that Aristotle might have foreseen the rise of Facebook and similar sites when he observed that humans are, by nature, social animals. He did, however, clearly understand the basic impulse underlying our 21st-century digital networking culture. As philosophers, social scientists, psychologists, and other thinkers have noted through the ages, much of our...

  • Monday, Jul 18, 2016

    After many months of collaboration with a User Advisory Group comprising 38 individuals from across MIT, VPF and IS&T will be rolling out the new buy to pay (B2P) system to a group of pilot DLCs beginning on August 29, 2016, followed by a larger pilot in October 2016. Throughout the pilot rollout, the project team will be working closely with DLCs to prepare for the transition and offer...

  • Tuesday, Jul 5, 2016

    The MIT certificate(s) installed on your computer will expire on July 31, 2016. It’s up to you to renew these certificates so you can continue to have access to MIT’s secure web applications, including...


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