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On Nov. 8, students from MIT helped construct a home for a family in need in Bedford, Mass. The site is part of a project by the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell (HFHGL) that includes nearly three acres of land and a historic farmh...
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John Leggate, BP - CIO and Group Vice President MIT Supply Chain Management Speaker SeriesAs part of the MIT Supply Chain Management Club's speaker series, John Leggatte maps BP’s journey of innovation, from discovery to business-as-usu...
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Cath Malseed, P&G - Director, Coffee Product SupplyCrossroads 2006: Simulating Disruption to Business RecoveryCath Malseed was part of the team charged with getting P&G's New Orleans facility back up and running after Hurricane ...
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Edward Erickson, Cisco Systems - Sr. Manager, Supply Chain Risk ManagementCrossroads 2006: Simulating Disruption to Business RecoveryEdward Erickson details how Cisco analyzes supply chain risk and then acts to reduce supply chain vulne...
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MIT CTL conference, March 27, 2008 - Crossroads 2008: The Next Ten Years of Supply Chain - Intel Senior Supply Chain Master Jim Kellso discusses the future of supply chain education and professional development.
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Marc Sageman, an expert on al Qaeda and related terrorist organizations, discusses how people end up on the path to political violence in a post-9/11 world. His talk builds upon his best-selling book, "Understanding Terror Networks" and...
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MIT 2007: A Design for Success - a 36 minute documentary about the famous mechanical engineering design contest follows the trials and tribulatoins of a group of students participants - from day one through the exciting 1998 contes...
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Dec. 5-6, 2007 Part 2 Sustainability is no longer relegated to offices that handle isolated issues like waste management or corporate charitable giving. Innovative leaders from a wide range of industries and functional areas are recogni...
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Juan Cole is Richard P. Mitchell Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Michigan. He has written extensively about Egypt, Iran, Iraq, and South Asia. After Sept. 11, he launched a Weblog, “Informed Comment,” ...
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