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In a special edition of the Facutly Forum Online, three current MIT students shared how they are incorporating mens et manus into the 21st century. Public Service Center Dean Sally Susnowitz, alongside current MIT students Laura Stilwell...
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The goal of ¡Reciclemos! is to develop a recycling initiative in schools, restaurants, and markets in the poverty-stricken community of San Ignacio de Velasco, Bolivia in order to promote cost-saving reusability, environmental awareness.
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Research disparities in women's health led MIT Department of Biological Engineering Professor Linda Griffith to co-found the MIT Center for Gynepathology Research, an interdisciplinary research group that brings new engineering and scien...
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In a special evening edition of Faculty Forum Online, the Alumni Association explored how MIT is moving mens et manus into the 21st century. On October 23, 2013, Chancellor Eric Grimson PhD ’80, Dean for Graduate Education Christine Orti...
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Brownfiled Recycle in China 9/23/2013 Guest Speaker: Dr. Xin Li, Columbia University Discussant: Prof. Jinhua Zhao Abstract: Following stories of a land redevelopment project over an eight-year period, I demonstrate a shift in China's...
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In a world of ever-increasing human migration, we can no longer pretend that civic action is neatly contained within the boundaries of the nation-state. Civics Beyond Borders explores transnational citizenship in the Brazilian diaspora, ...
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Panel 3 - Afternoon Session - The intermodal Station as a viable alternative Recorded on April 9, 2013 Speakers: Marcel Smets - Professor of Urbanism, K.U. Leuven Petra Messick - Senior Officer, Outreach and Communications North, NEC In...
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