Items tagged with ‘Institute history’
An MIT community member nominates "Technology & The Dream: Reflections on the Black Experience at MIT" by Clarence G. Williams. ...
An MIT faculty member writes, "Conducted between 1900 and 1909, MIT's short-lived program was one of only two professional landscape architecture programs in ...
An MIT faculty member in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning writes, "The department celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2008. The walls of building 9, ...
A staff member at the MIT Archives writes, "My nomination is from the Institute Archives collections and it is the original 1846 letter from William Barton ...
A member of the Cardinal and Gray Society nominates the original MIT buildings in Copley Square, the Rogers Building and the Walker Building.
An alumna of the class of 1972 writes, "Mrs. Richards, the first woman graduate and woman instructor at MIT, pioneered the field of sanitary chemistry in the ...
An MIT staff member nominates the murals on the walls of the Kendall Square subway station, "an MIT exhibit that thousands of people walk and stand by every ...
An alumnus of the class of 1999 writes, "The large oak tree in the center of Bosworth Court at MIT's Senior House dormitory has sported a peculiar tire swing ...
An MIT Libraries staff member writes, "Founded in 1899, Technology Review (originally "The Technology Review") has been an important and influential ...
MIT's effort to address distance-learning and its educational mission resulted in this initiative to put all MIT course materials online, available to ...