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A ball rolls down an inclined track and around a vertical circle. All of the ball's initial potential energy is converted into three forms of energy when it reaches the top of the loop: potential energy corresponding to the height of th...
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The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th gra...
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Day 1Panel Process, Foundation or Skills: Is there a Pedagogical Difference (Moderator Edward Crawley, MIT)Threshold Concepts - Keith Johnstone, University of Cambridge, UKDesign Process - Clive Dym, Harvey Mudd CollegeTransferable Skil...
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On October 23, Gordon Engineering Leader candidates participated in a "Leadership Reaction Course". Planned and executed by Senior GELs, the LRC featured a series of exercises in which Junior GELs discovered the value of effective team c...
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In this video, "Team Wonderfulness"--a group of Gordon Engineering Leaders who participated in ESD.950: Project Engineering during IAP 2011--demonstrate how they developed their visioning, relating, sensemaking, and delivering skills.
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On Tuesday Oct 18th, come hear about one of the newest and most innovative programs at MIT and see how it can apply to you! Launched through a $20 million gift (with a matching requirement) by the Gordon Foundation — the largest gift ...
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"Clinical Knowledge Management at Scale: Fulfilling the Promise of Pervasive Computerized Clinical Decision Support for Providers and Consumers" is a presentation given by Roberto Rocha, MD, PhD, Senior Corporate Manager for Knowledge M...
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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Speakers Nancy H. Hopkins, Amgen, Inc. Professor of Biology, MIT
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