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  • MIT Political Science: Grad Students - Leah Rosenzweig
    Africa She graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University with a degree in Government and African Studies in 2010 Before coming to MIT Leah worked as the program manager at Columbia University s Earth Institute on a development project in Nigeria Leah is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow Papers Learning Note 5 Citizen perspectives on politics a qualitative study in context of national elections part 1 Twaweza Online

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/people/gradstudents/leah-rosenzweig.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Security Studies Program (SSP)
    staff includes social scientists and policy analysts A special feature of the program is the integration of technical and political analysis of national and international security problems Security Studies is a recognized field of study in the MIT Political Science Department Courses emphasize grand strategy the causes and prevention of conflict military operations and technology and defense policy Visit the SSP page Center for International Studies CIS Security Studies Program

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/about/affiliated/ssp.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Production in the Innovation Economy (PIE)
    developments emerging in laboratories like those at MIT in areas including energy life sciences transportation environment communication construction and security To transform these technologies into strong flows of new products services and processes we need to stimulate innovation in systems of production different from old style manufacturing We think those countries that can build powerful links between research in the laboratory and new manufacturing will emerge as the ones that

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/about/affiliated/pie.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: Industrial Performance Center (IPC)
    a broad range of industries and examine the implications for society and the global economy The IPC serves as a listening post on industry monitoring patterns of organizational and technological practice interpreting them for our partners and sponsors and bringing our observations and insights to bear on the core disciplines and educational curricula of the Institute Through our research we seek to help leaders in business labor government and universities

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/polisci/about/affiliated/ipc.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Political Science: MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI)
    international program MISTI is a pioneer in applied international studies a distinctively MIT concept For students Working closely with a network of premier corporations universities and research institutes MISTI matches hundreds of MIT students annually with all expenses paid internships and research abroad For faculty MISTI Global Seed Funds provide funding for MIT faculty to jump start international projects and encourage student involvement in faculty led international research Visit the

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  • MIT STS: Undergraduate Program
    of this philosophy at the present we do not offer an independent major but instead focus our undergraduate efforts on offering students a range of attractive classes both free standing and collaborative a minor a concentration a joint major and a second major The free standing classes are intended to introduce students to the basic vocabulary and concepts of interdisciplinary STS studies as well as to some of the fundamental disciplines that have been so important in developing STS studies For example we offer popular undergraduate classes in the history of science the history of technology and ethical issues raised by modern science and technology The STS Program also offers collaborative classes sometimes joint listed sometimes not that integrate an STS perspective with the subject matter featured by other departments at MIT For example we offer classes in collaboration with Physics and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Examples of Science Technology and Society courses can be found on MIT OpenCourseWare Undergraduate Academic Officer Professor Rosalind Williams Room E51 278 617 253 2847 rhwill mit edu If you are submitting a concentration proposal you need to have an in person meeting with Professor Williams Office hours will be held Monday Feb 1 from 2 4pm and Thursday Feb 4 from 1 4pm If you can t come in during these times or the first week of classes has passed please send an email to Professor Williams to up an appointment Most appointments will need a few days lead time to be arranged If you are making changes to your approved proposal form before submitting your completion please send an email to Professor Williams about the change and submit the change online If you are submitting a completion form for a concentration proposal that was approved and has no changes just go

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/undergraduate.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Major in STS
    science with a rigorous treatment of its relation to social and historical forces The object of this program is to give those students the full technical and scientific education provided by a science or engineering major balanced with intensive study of the historical and social contexts of science and technology The second major is offered in cooperation with the Schools of Engineering and Science however applications from students in other

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/sts/academic/major.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT STS: Minor in STS
    into the wider context of society culture politics and values The Minor in STS consists of six subjects as follows One STS Tier I subject One STS Tier II subject Three other STS subjects STS 091 Critical Issues in STS For general information about completing a minor within the School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences SHASS visit their website If you have any questions or need to have your

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