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Beginning February 20th, 2012...On the Monday of each week, a new video exploring the origins and processes of developing each project will be posted. GAMBIT Audio Director Abe Stein will post blogs during the week, featuring concept ar...
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03/16/2011 5:30 PM Bartos theaterRichard Samuels, Ph D, '80, Ford International Professor of Political Science, Director, Center for International Studies; Kenneth Oye, Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems an...
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This summer the interns at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab created six amazing prototypes! Here is a little teaser to give you a quick look at what our Summer of 2011 was all about. Play our games at GAMBIT Game Lab Video Produced by...
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On October 13, 2011 MIT hosted the Maseeh Hall and Howard Dining Hall dedication event. This video captures the evening's speaking program and also includes a special video presentation, "Maseeh Hall, Home is where the H is".
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The entertainment industry was the focus of this year’s View from the Top event, an evening featuring a panel of MIT alumni experts plus ample networking opportunities. Interested in how innovations in technology and programming are chan...
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2011 was a great year for the Institute; together, the Alumni Association and volunteers hosted 164 sesquicentennial events--including the 8,000-person Toast to Tech party in Killian Court and the MIT Club of the Blue Ridge's mountain de...
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Tech Callers are MIT students who represent the Alumni Association and assist it in raising money for the Institute. Students call alumni in hopes of creating a connection between alumni and the MIT community and securing alumni gifts to...
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MIT's Alumni Association is supported by more than 9,000 enthusiastic and engaged volunteers. The Alumni Association would like to thank the many volunteers who, over the last year, spent time improving their local communities via Instit...
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