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Kristen Lindeman, MIT Sloan Admissions Coordinator, and Shauna LaFauci Barry, MIT Sloan Assistant Director share popular application-related questions collected from; recruiting presentations on the road, email inquires and phone/visitor...
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Stephanie Lampkin, MBA '13, talks about her MIT Sloan MBA student experience, leadership experience through the Black Business Association, cross campus opportunities, faculty interactions, and the entrepreneurial ecosystem on campus.
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Kristen Lindeman, Admissions Coordinator of MIT Sloan Admissions, talks about the GMAT/The GRE. For more information about test scores: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/mba/admissions/apply-here/instructions/
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Jason White, MBA' 12 shares a personal experience as part of "The Yarn," a student initiative supported by the Student Life Office, the Student Senate, and the Values@MIT Sloan Committee. Members of the community were invited to sh...
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Harvard-MIT Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms Kids Day 2012 3/3: Using very cold liquids is not the only way to cool things down. Single atoms or ions (charged atoms that lack an electron) can actually be cooled down to temperatures close to a...
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MIT-Harvard Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms Kids Day 2012, 2/3: At very low temperatures, many interesting and new physical effects are found. Physicists find surprises at very low temperatures. But how low is low? To get a feeling for how c...
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MIT-Harvard Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms Kids Day 2012, 1/1: Local youth visit the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultra-Cold Atoms for demos, lab tours, and talks as part of the Cambridge Science Festival. In addition to groundbreaking phys...
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This video profiles the Jacks Laboratory's work to understand the genetic pathways that enable the deadly spread of cancer. It is currently featured in the Koch Institute Public Galleries at MIT. See more educational exhibits from the Ga...
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