MIT Partners

We are working collaboratively with departments both at MIT and beyond to develop technical curricula as well as pilot cognitive approaches such as creative thinking and critical thinking that would be embedded in NEET projects and seminars.

MIT NEET Aeronautics and Astronautics

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Founding and host department for Autonomous Machines.

MIT NEET Architecture

Architecture

NEET Ways of Thinking: Lead developer of Creative Thinking modules

MIT NEET Biological Engineering

Biological Engineering

Founding and host department for Living Machines

MIT NEET Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Participating in Living Machines and Renewable Energy Machines

MIT NEET Civil & Environmental Engineering

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Co-founding and co-host department for Renewable Energy Machines

MIT NEET Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

Participating in Autonomous Machines, Digital Cities and Living Machines

MIT NEET Philosophy

Linguistics and Philosophy

NEET Ways of Thinking: Co-lead developer of Ethical Engineering modules

MIT NEET Materials Science & Engineering

Materials Science & Engineering

Founding and host department for Advanced Materials Machines

MIT NEET Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Participating in Advanced Materials Machines, Autonomous Machines, Living Machines, and Renewable Energy Machines

MIT NEET Nuclear Science and Engineering

Nuclear Science & Engineering

Co-founding and co-host department for Renewable Energy Machines 

MIT NEET Urban Studies and Planning

Urban Studies & Planning

Founding and host department for Digital Cities

MIT NEET Gordon Engineering Leadership Program

Experiential Learning Opportunities (ELO)

Grant funding supports experiential learning projects in NEET Threads 

MIT NEET Gordon Engineering Leadership Program

Gordon Engineering Leadership (GEL) program

NEET Ways of Thinking: Co-lead developer of Ethical Engineering modules

MIT NEET Libraries

Mind Hand Heart Innovation Fund

Community Innovation Funds 

MIT NEET Libraries

MIT Energy Initiative

Collaborating with the NEET Renewable Energy Machines thread

MIT NEET Libraries

MIT Libraries

NEET Ways of Thinking: Lead developer of Self-learning modules

MIT NEET Libraries

Program on Science, Technology & Society

NEET Ways of Thinking: Lead developer of Critical Thinking modules

Web & Mobile Apps

Multipurpose assistance for online stores and offline retail businesses.

Websites

Developing marketing and business strategy to help company grow fast.

Digital Branding

Aftersales support in marketing, sales, and staff training for enhanced performance.

Web & Mobile Apps

Multipurpose assistance for online stores and offline retail businesses.

Websites

Developing marketing and business strategy to help company grow fast.

Digital Branding

Aftersales support in marketing, sales, and staff training for enhanced performance.

Global Academic Community

NEET has delivered invited presentations at other institutions, including Harvard University; Tsinghua University; Olin College; Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; at J-WEL Week; McMaster University, Canada; Arizona State University, Tempe; University of Maryland, College Park; the North American Materials Education Symposium; EU-US High-Level Expert Meeting on Biotechnology, Brussels; University of Massachusetts, Lowell; Open Innovation Forum, Moscow; Afeka College, Israel; HCT, Dubai; and, ITA, Brazil. 
Visitors to MIT with whom the NEET experience was shared and discussed included Reykjavik University, Iceland; Australian National University; Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore; Aalborg University, Denmark; University of Groningen, Netherlands; USAID Egypt Center for Energy Study Tour; German Small and Medium Scale Companies; Bauman University, Moscow; Université Paris-Saclay, France; Brazil Engineering Education Study Tour; Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), Monterrey, Mexico; Universidad de Montevideo (UM), Uruguay; Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, and; ABET.
In April 2019 MIT and Olin College jointly convened a first-of-its-kind Colloquium on the Global State of the Art in Engineering Education, based on the NEET-commissioned global undergraduate education benchmarking study. The report from that study was released in March 2018 and has generated worldwide interest. There were 94 participants in the Colloquium from the 16 current and emerging global leaders identified through the study; they included presidents, provosts, deans, senior faculty, educators, academic and technical staff, and students. The proceedings will be published in ASEE’s Advances in Engineering Education as a Special Issue. The 16 institutions involved in the first Colloquium have proposed that this community should be nurtured and developed. They have announced that the second Colloquium will be held at University College London in April 2020; the organizers are UCL, London, Aalborg University, Denmark, and TU/Delft, Netherlands.
These efforts are in line with the objective of articulating and widely disseminating the positive outcomes of the NEET program so that it benefits the global education community.