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  • MIT Student Support Services (S3)
    hub of support for MIT students Whether you are struggling with a pset because of something going on in your life you feel too ill to take an exam you are considering taking time away from the Institute or you just don t know who to talk to we can help Hours Monday through Friday 9am 5pm Walk in Monday through Friday 10am 11am and 2pm 3pm Appointments or questions

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/uaap/s3/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Online Subject Evaluation: Home
    the end of the term and sometimes beyond the real time response rates may differ from those on final evaluation reports which are based on registration numbers at the close of each survey window MIT Online Subject Evaluation Evaluations are closed MIT s Online Subject Evaluation system is an important tool that helps improve teaching and learning at the Institute Student feedback assists Instructors to modify and improve the approach pedagogy and content of the subject for the future Departments to evaluate faculty for promotion and tenure gather data for accreditation and make curricular changes Other students to guide them in their subject selections Subject evaluation is administered by the Office of Faculty Support OFS part of the Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education DUE The online system was developed in partnership with Information Services and Technology IS T to take the place of MIT s long standing paper system It was introduced to the MIT Community through a multi year pilot starting in 2007 Over the course of the project the team worked closely with academic departments as well as with a Steering Committee and an Advisory Group comprised of faculty students and staff By bringing the system

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/subjectevaluation/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Faculty Resources | Term Regulations
    should contact exam termregs mit edu with questions of interpretation or requests for exceptions to the regulations Exceptions to the regulations should be granted for no more than five years Students are encouraged to discuss questions regarding individual subjects and the term regulations with the instructor as early in the term as possible Students can also address questions or report violations to exam termregs mit edu It is Institute policy

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/faculty/teaching/termregs.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Office of Faculty Support
    and to provide useful information related to undergraduate education and to improve communications and educational community building both within MIT s unified faculty and among faculty staff the five Schools and the central administration We work closely with other offices under the supervision of the Dean for Undergraduate Education in order to help faculty provide MIT students with the best education possible Faculty members are encouraged to contact us at

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/facultysupport/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Faculty Resources | 1.30 Meetings
    in each academic year Special meetings shall be held at such other times as the Faculty or the President shall appoint or upon written request presented to the Secretary by any ten members 1 32 Faculty members and Professors without Tenure Retired have speaking and voting privileges at MIT Faculty meetings For regular meetings except when in executive session non Faculty members of the MIT community shall be allowed to

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/faculty/governance/rules/1.30.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Faculty Resources | New Undergraduate Degree Program Proposals
    on the third Wednesday of the month during the academic year 1 Motions to establish new degree programs are presented and held over to the next month for a vote Programs must have Faculty approval before May to be offered in the following academic year 2 6 Forwarded to the MIT Corporation for final approval MIT Corporation 1 September through May excluding January 2 Approval requires a majority vote with a minimum of 30 faculty members in attendance and voting contact information Office of the Chair of the Faculty E mail new degree mit edu Phone 617 253 1706 See http committees mit edu for individual committee and staff contacts guidelines for degree charts Summary of General Institute Requirements The first section of the degree chart must summarize the General Institute Requirements GIRs Any items in the departmental program that also fulfill a GIR must be expressly identified here Below is a sample GIR section from Course 9 General Institute Requirements GIRs Subjects Science Requirement 6 Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Requirement three subjects can be satisfied by 9 00 and two other HASS subjects in the Departmental Program 8 Restricted Electives in Science and Technology REST Requirement one subject can be satisfied by 9 01 in the Departmental Program 2 Laboratory Requirement can be satisfied by a laboratory in the Departmental Program 1 Total GIR Subjects Required for SB Degree 17 Communication Requirement The program includes a Communication Requirement of 4 subjects 2 subjects designated as Communication Intensive in Humanities Arts and Social Sciences CI H and 2 subjects designated as Communication Intensive in the Major CI M Summary of Departmental Requirements Departmental requirements follow immediately after the GIR summary they must be introduced by the following statement formatted as shown PLUS Departmental Program Subject names are followed by credit units and by prerequisites if any corequisites in italics This section of the degree chart must clearly identify the structure of the program and the options within it If the program is divided into subsections each subsection heading should be highlighted in bold and should show the units of coursework that must be completed for that subsection Express units as a range where appropriate Examples Required Subjects List subjects after subheading 36 Restricted Electives List subjects after subheading 21 24 In listing subjects on a degree chart for committee review each subject must show a number title total units of credit GIR at tribute if applicable and prerequisites and corequisites if applicable The following guidelines also apply List only one number for a joint subject Format corequisites in italics Use an asterisk to denote situations in which alternate prerequisites are available for a subject Use standard format rather than subject numbers to describe subjects in the Science Core that are prerequisites Those formats are Biology GIR Calculus I GIR Calculus II GIR Chemistry GIR Physics I GIR and Physics II GIR Identify a minimum of two CI M subjects in the degree chart Sample subject entries 2 009 The

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/faculty/governance/degree.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Faculty Resources | Rules and Regulations
    3 Curricula 1 73 4 Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid 1 73 5 Academic Performance 1 73 6 Student Life 1 73 7 Discipline 1 73 8 Library System 1 73 9 Nominations 1 73 10 Campus Planning 1 80 Suspension of Rules 1 90 Amendment of Rules 2 00 Regulations of the Faculty 2 10 Calendar 2 20 Requirements for Admission 2 30 Advanced Standing Examinations 2 40 Registration

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/faculty/governance/rules/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Policies and Procedures | 3.0 Faculty Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Guidelines
    Student Appointments 9 0 Relations and Responsibilities Within the MIT Community 10 0 Academic Misconduct and Dishonesty 11 0 Privacy and Disclosure of Personal Information 12 0 Relations with the Public Use of MIT Name and Facilities Use 13 0 Information Policies 14 0 Research Policies and Public and Private Support 3 0 Faculty Appointment Promotion and Tenure Guidelines Introduction 3 1 Search Appointment and Promotion Process for Faculty 3

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/policies/3/index.html (2016-02-01)
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