Speaking at the virtual MITx MicroMasters Program Joint Completion Celebration last summer, Diogo da Silva Branco Magalhães described watching a Spider-Man movie with his 8-year-old son and realizing that his son thought MIT was a fictional entity that existed only in the Marvel universe.
In collaboration with My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Cambridge, the LIFT program offered 18- to 24-year-old local residents an intensive, six-week course covering invention, technology, and entrepreneurship. Read more
"I find political science and anthropology interesting, but history just has a special place in my heart since I have loved this subject ever since I was young." - MIT's Haydn Long, Class of 2026 Read more
The Generative AI + Education Symposium, part of MIT's 2023 Generative AI Week, offered thought-provoking keynotes, panel conversations, and live demonstrations of how generative AI is transforming learning experience and teaching practice from K12, post-secondary education, and workforce upskilling.
The MIT Resident Peer Mentor program complements the mentorship that happens naturally in undergraduate residences across campus as part of MIT’s larger network of peer-led support initiatives designed to support the whole student.
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In addition to growing their technical skills, the interns also gained professional experience, learning what it is like to work, report hours, participate in professional conversations and scheduled meetings, and more.
MIT kicked off their Generative AI Week on Tuesday - exploring how GenAI will disrupt everything from the workforce to education. For example, the work of the Axim Collaborative, an online education initiative launched by MIT and Harvard, includes exploring the educational aspects of generative AI to help underserved students.