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  • MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    discuss science based climate action at MIT System fixes bugs by learning to recognize correct code Course shows students the ins and outs of starting a company How voter audits have changed Brazilian elections research campus press Events MIT European Career Fair 2016 Feb 6 The Importance of Big Data for Healthcare Feb 8 Simons Center funding call for applications more events Today s Spotlight People person Senior Sami Alsheikh

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Graduate Admissions
    Policy Graduate Admissions Thank you for your interest in graduate admissions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Graduate students play a central role in all of the Institute s wide ranging research activities making a vital contribution to the educational experience of students faculty and to the success of the research itself Click here to view contact information for all departments Useful Links Office of the Dean for Graduate Education

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/admissions/graduate/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT - Education
    s OpenCourseWare and complete courses are offered through the new online learning initiative edX schools School of Architecture and Planning School of Engineering School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Sloan School of Management School of Science departments and programs course 16 Aeronautics and Astronautics 21A Anthropology 4 Architecture 20 Biological Engineering 7 Biology 9 Brain and Cognitive Sciences 10 Chemical Engineering 5 Chemistry 1 Civil and Environmental Engineering CMS 21W Comparative Media Studies Writing CSB Computational and Systems Biology 12 Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences 14 Economics 6 Electrical Engineering and Computer Science ESD Engineering Systems Division 21G Global Studies and Languages HST Health Sciences and Technology 21H History 24 Linguistics and Philosophy 21L Literature 15 Management 3 Materials Science and Engineering 18 Mathematics 2 Mechanical Engineering MAS Media Arts and Sciences 21M Music and Theater Arts 22 Nuclear Science and Engineering 8 Physics 17 Political Science STS Science Technology and Society 11 Urban Studies and Planning WGS Women s and Gender Studies Additional academic programs are described in the course catalog reference resources Academic calendar Career development Commencement Course catalog Cross registration edX Independent Activities Period IAP Libraries MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives MISTI MITx OpenCourseWare OCW

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/education/ (2016-02-01)
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  • Corporate Gateway
    a 15 discount on all MIT Professional Education Short Programs and Digital Programs courses at time of registration Short Programs Short Programs offers more than 50 courses in two to five day sessions primarily in the summer Classes may involve lectures discussions readings interactive problem solving laboratory work and collaborative projects among participants faculty and peers These intensive courses are designed for busy professionals wishing to gain new career tools and insights about the impact of evolving technologies Courses combine MIT s breakthrough research with insights from industry government and academic participants Some courses can be offered at company sites for groups of 25 or more Digital Programs Digital Programs aims to deliver timely relevant programs to a global audience using online platforms including the open sourced online education platform developed by edX The benefits of online learning include a flexible schedule that allows busy professionals to take courses at their own convenience access to advanced professional training from MIT faculty without the need for travel to the MIT campus and networking opportunities with a diverse population of fellow participants Advanced Study Program Each semester professionals in engineering and technical fields come to MIT as Fellows to gain knowledge and skills needed to advance their careers and bring innovative ideas and practices to their employers While at MIT on campus they are enrolled as graduate students with full MIT privileges They plan their own academic experience that may include courses from more than 30 disciplines and some also arrange research opportunities with faculty in their field Fellows earn grades MIT credit and an ASP certificate Custom Programs These are programs designed to meet company specific training needs and range from a single day to a year long sequence of sessions on or off campus Courses are generally focused on scientific

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/industry/learning.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT - Research
    anthropology arts astronomy biology bioengineering business and management cancer chemistry chemical engineering civil and environmental engineering cognitive science comparative media computer science earth atmospheric and planetary sciences economics education electrical engineering energy entrepreneurship and invention global languages history humanities international studies libraries linguistics media arts and sciences materials science and engineering mathematics mechanical engineering medical sciences music nanoscience and nanotechnology neuroscience nuclear science and engineering oceanography and ocean engineering physics

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/research/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT - Community
    Outside of the classroom student clubs staff organizations and religious life groups are just some of the ways community comes together at the Institute students faculty staff parents alumni organizations and student groups by topic academic societies alumni groups arts association of student activities athletics physical education and recreation community public service computing culture and language entrepreneurship events staff faculty groups fun links living groups parents political groups religious life

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  • MIT Faculty Resources
    Award Lecture will be held on Thursday February 11 at 4 00pm in Room 10 250 Entitled Unlocking the Secrets of Cancer the lecture will be presented by Dr Tyler Jacks David H Koch Professor and Director David H Koch

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  • MIT Staff Links
    Help Mailing Shipping Office Infrastructure The Environment Event Planning Fundraising Sponsorship Academic Operations Research Operations News You Can Use Publicity Video Production The Write Stuff Print Web Communications Communicators Toolkit Managing Your Career Learning Opportunities Performance Development Balancing Your Life Health Welfare MIT Holidays Retirement Salary Ranges Staff Policies Vacation Leaves MIT s Aspirations Get Informed Get Involved Networking Email Lists Barter Sell Get Healthy Get Involved Diversity and Inclusion

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