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The first panel from the Comparative Media Studies 10th anniversary symposium.
  • Pete Donaldson is a Professor in the MIT Literature section, which he headed from 1990 until 2005.
  • Kurt Fendt is Research Director in Foreign Languages and Literatures and the Comparative Media Studies Graduate Program and directs the HyperStudio, a CMS research project.
  • Scot Osterweil leads several Education Arcade projects promoting learning in math, literacy, history, science and foreign language.
  • Rekha Murthy, CMS '05, works at the intersection of public radio and digital media, currently overseeing distribution and content strategy initiatives for PRX, an online distributor of audio programs to public radio networks, stations, and audio platforms including mobile, internet, and satellite radio.
  • Matthew Weise, CMS '04, is Lead Game Designer at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab.

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