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By: Anne Trafton
How do students focus on the task at hand with all the distractions going on? Sometimes they don't! But when they do, MIT neuroscientists have figured out how. 
By: School of Architecture and Planning
The initiative will build on MIT’s bold tradition of art education, research, production, and innovation in media-based storytelling, from film through augmented reality, while offering pioneering pedagogy to students at MIT. 
By: MIT Sloan Executive Education
What do Formula One and workplace learning have in common? MIT Sloan Extreme Innovation events highlight themes such as "Building a Winning Platform", "Winning Customers", and "Winning with Resilience." 
By: MIT News Office
"I want to ask you to hack the world – until you make the world a little more like MIT: More daring and more passionate. More rigorous, inventive and ambitious. More humble, more respectful, more generous, more kind." - MIT President Reif.
By: Paul Basken
"My plan is to educate a new generation of young people who will have intuition behind computational thinking," MIT's Shigeru Miyagawa. 
By: Office of the Vice Chancellor
Financial insecurity is an issue for most college students. See what MIT is doing to help alleviate some of the pressures in this week's MIT 3Q.
By: Kara Baskin
“The problem was that lower-income kids, first-generation kids weren’t getting much in the way of assistance. Their enrollment success rates were terrible, and they tended to go to less prestigious institutions," MIT's David Mundel. 
By: Chris Berdik
MIT's pilot project looks to measure hands-on, collaborative learning. 
By: Sara Shay
MIT's Educational Justice Institute develops educational programs that improve the reentry prospects of incarcerated people who are eligible for release. 
By: J-WEL
New blended learning program aims to build faculty capacity to teach data science and machine learning and involve up to 500 students over three years.