On my last blog, I introduced a common behavioral change practiced by people who are not completely integrated into a group. In socio-linguistic terms, it is referred to as “code switching.” A strategic social move, it is practiced by almost anyone who is treated as having lesser rank in society.[…]
President Obama held a Job Forum at the White House to hear from economic leaders, small business owners, corporations and citizens about the issues surrounding job creation. We need to deploy the money earmarked for economic recovery and start channeling it specifically to job creation. President Obama has put out[…]
In 1987 and in my early twenties, with a knapsack and $300, I landed at an International Conference Center in Stony Point, New York. Having been raised in a bilingual and bicultural family in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Montevideo, Uruguay, and having lived in different parts of the world, I[…]
The tenth round of MindHandHeart Innovation Fund projects is bringing diversity, equity, and inclusion, health, and community-building programming to campus.
Gift establishes the Brit Jepson d’Arbeloff Center on Women's Health.
Voigt Lab's work could fundamentally change cereal plants’ significance of nitrogen from chemical fertilizers.
Even when anyone thought Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election, they didn’t use “she” to mention to a higher president.
technical engineers are building technologies that may prevent heat from entering or escaping house windows, possibly preventing an enormous losing energy.
an integral section of J-Clinic, the MIT-Takeda system will generate academic options and help cutting-edge study to positively influence human health.
Four people in the School of Science honored for efforts toward Institute.