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By: MITili Staff
"If mindfulness was a pill, it would have been flying off the shelves in pharmacies."  - Professor John Gabrieli, MIT Integrated Learning Initiative Director
By: MIT Open Learning
Throughout every corner of MIT, faculty, researchers, and staff are working on research and projects to help solve the many challenges brought on by the Covid-19 crisis. From medical research to manufacturing, online learning to socioeconomic disparities, the MIT community has amassed a vast wealth of knowledge about the pandemic.
By: MITili Staff
Meet Sharleen Loh, an undergraduate student at Harvard and part of the Reach Every Reader team.
By: Amelia Crespo
Could more tests actually make students less stressed? Could a science-fair style poster session really go virtual? Could YouTube videos replace final exams? These MIT professors seem to think so!
By: Steve Nelson
Pawan Sinha is a professor of vision and computational neuroscience in MIT’s Brain and Cognitive Sciences department.
By: Danielle Pagano
Congrats to MIT Full STEAM Ahead (FSA)! They took top honors at the 2020 Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards for innovation in K-12 education, presented during the annual Reimagine Education Conference. Read more
By: MITili Staff
Devan serves as the assistant dean in the Office of Minority Education (OME).
By: MITili Staff
Join MITili affiliated faculty members Cynthia Breazeal and Eric Klopfer for a discussion on AI Education on December 8. 
By: MITili
John Gabrieli is a neuroscientist at MIT, and an associate member of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research. He is a faculty member in the department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and director of the Martinos Imaging Center, part of the McGovern Institute.
By: MIT Open Learning
In their online xTalk, Professor Sanjay Sarma and Luke Yoquinto, co-authors of Grasp: The Science Transforming How We Learn, shared a bold vision for the future of teaching and learning, emphasizing science-based practices, engagement, and access for all.